Here in Njeru, Uganda under the shadow of a mosque, Pastor Henry Ssevviiri of Life Giving Stream Tabernacle host the 4th annual Soccer/NetBall Tournament as a platform to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. During this time in Uganda CTA hosted a team of 14from FFC to partner with Pastor Henry to conduct multiple venues including Leadership Training Conference, Construction projects, women’s empowerment, water well dedication, widows and orphans ministry, evangelistic rallies.
Now as we prepare to return to Uganda this month, we ask for prayer support as we will spend time in the Eastern and Western parts of Uganda to support a medical clinic, orphans ministry, evangelism rallies, school support for children, women’s empowerment, agriculture development, pig project, water dedication and leadership training opportunities.
Our team will be small but this gives us the freedom to be mobile and cover several areas of ministry need. We will have an intern (Kaitlynn Dugan from TX.) who will be helping CTA communicate to our circle of influence for future teams and missions to join us. You will begin to see post from Kaitlynn on our website and the blog attached.
Please pray for Pastor Henry Ssevviiri and Pastor Joseph Olowo who will be hosting us within their area of leadership. They have been an invaluable resource in CTA’s partnership to work toward community transformation. Under their leadership we will provide support for projects on both sides of the country. Pastor Henry will begin placing a fence around 84 acres on the Lake Victoria designated for Agriculture projects. Pastor Joseph Olowo is working in the West to construct a pig project with a goal to raise 50 pigs at a time. These agriculture projects have become a primary focus for CTA to help our friends become sustainable and validate the Gospel we preach.
Also another primary focus in Community Transformation is clean water, Pictured to the right is an educator in Busheyi Uganda that has dedicated the rest of his life to raise a generation that will honor God with their lives. It is here we will dedicate a clean water project and conduct a medical clinic with Dr. Jay Gregston and family of OK. Please pray for us!
Rev. Ken Galyean