Uganda Missions Update

07/15/2014 – Uganda Missions Update

Uganda/Sub-Saharan Africa

“Rev Godfrey has done wonderful and good job in Malawi just only few days to open our eyes in how believers can make multiplication of church planting…It is my fervent prayer that Rev Godfrey and team will come again in Malawi to strength the work of CMC in Malawi through practical and theory of church planting in the villages.”
-Pastor Hussein Nguwo
March 2014




Recent Highlights

Godfrey’s Travel to Sierra Leone

In a 10-day period from the end of May through early June, Godfrey and his team traveled to four regions of Sierra Leone. Ministry included¬†evening crusades and training regional church leaders how to reach all villages in Sierra Leone with the news of Christ in order to accomplish the vision of “a church in every village.” In one village where they trained 139 church workers and pastors, the trainees immediately put their lesson into action and walked through three villages practicing the Evangecube, a tool which uses pictures to help explain the gospel. The result: They led 764 people to Christ in only 3 hours!

Bible Project in Uganda

There is a great need for bibles in the villages and Godfrey explains the impact one bible can make. “One family we gave a bible to started a small group by gathering their friends. Next week we are going there to start a church. The group has grown to 47 people in the last 2 months!”

Building together is an act of worship. Working towards the goal of a church in every village.
LTWC Kinaawa, May 2014
996 new believers as a result of training and evangelism in 4 regions of Sierra Leone, June 2014
After every training, trainees practiced using the Evangecube to share the good news. In just one hour, hundreds heard about Jesus.
Prayer & Support Needs:
  • Bibles. Cost is $10 each. Hundreds are coming to Christ each month.
  • Expansion of piggery project so it can generate income to help provide for Godfrey’s family and ministry needs.
  • Restoration center for people coming out of drugs, alcohol, and prostitution. Project cost is $90,000. They have locally raised about $30,000 including pledges. Goal is to be completed by the end of 2014.
  • Upcoming trip to Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia August 4-17