On Wednesday 2nd March 2017 we began what is commonly called Lent. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent season. Why Ash? Ash signifies fasting, mourning, weeping and wailing for the atonement of our sins. The Jewish religion demanded that when one is fasting he/she puts on sack cloth and ashes all over the body[…]

Dorothy’s Testimony

My name is Dorothy, and i feel so much joy sharing this testimony of how outreach has impacted my life. I began my salvation journey this year in April, but it seemed too hard for me then because i did not have much support from my circle of friends and family. And now for a[…]

By: Dennis Suubi School Outreach!!! Perhaps your asking why school outreach. Well am sure everyone on the outreach team has their testimony. I will tell you mine. When I was a teenager I struggled with identity, asking myself “who am i?”, “what am I good at?”, “what should I improve on?” And many other identity[…]


.:: By: Karamagi Kristen ::.. I started off preparations for this mission with not many expectations but just for the team to bond and grow together spiritually and to be overwhelmed greatly by God while out there spreading the gospel. I am pleased to say that the Lord graciously allowed me meet my expectations and[…]

Differently Enabled!

..:: By: Bonita Mulelengi ::.. Differently enabled! You never truly understand the depth of a word until you experience or have an associated experience of the same. ‘Differently enabled’ are the words printed on the shirts that some of the T-shirts that the children the Uganda School for Spastics were wearing on June 26, 2016[…]

It was another beautiful Sunday but one of a kind! Going for church outdoor, I definitely had mixed feelings and I was not sure what to expect about how the day would turn out but I decided to be a part of the amazing cause.   We visited the Kampala Spastics School formerly the Kampala School of the[…]

Life Twinkles

We visited the Uganda School of Spastics (Formerly known as Kampala School of the Physically Handicapped): A school dedicated to teaching children with special needs. Some had mental incapacitation whereas others struggled with movement and I think there was an issue of nerves. I am trying to be cautious with my language because I learnt[…]


..:: By: Alia Zion ::.. The King will reply, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:45) Amazed, buoyant, humbled, dumbstruck, elated, astound, exhilarated…………………. None of these words can express what I truly felt as we slowly descended[…]


For a moment, I thought we had gone to the wrong place. There were children running everywhere, shouting; all excited by our arrival. Conventional thinking would have anyone going out to share with, support, or offer aid to someone in need, think lowly of that person. We call them disadvantaged, unprivileged, disabled, etc and though[…]

Church Outdoor – So Fulfilling

..:: By Dennis Wandera ::.. My time at the Spastics school was so fulfilling – a perfect reminder that God dwells among the “least of society” like the handicapped children hosted there. I went for church outdoor ready to bless the children, but even in their physical state, they instead blessed me. Given opportunity, i[…]