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Chidobe Village Mission – Zimbabwe

Chidobe Village Mission – Zimbabwe

Chidobe Village Mission/Clinic Dedicated in September 2017, first ever Clinic April 16, 2018. Treated 167 with only the basic medicines, Tylenol, Ibprophen, Cough Syrup, etc… Open invitation from the village chief to return and conduct a proper clinic with 2 days in Chidobe, and 2 days at another designated clinic site further into the Zambezi Valley, with an open invitation to plant a second church. Well (bore hole) with Solar powered submersible pump in Chidobe, Zimbabwe 2019 – $15,000 needed…

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Call to Africa – 2018/19 Projects

Call to Africa – 2018/19 Projects

Educate a Student at Good Shepherd Primary School  $175/ semester will educate and feed a student in Njeru, Uganda. Pastor Henry Sevviiri has dreamed of getting children off the streets and into a Christ Centered education that offers hope and a future to 700 plus students. Many of these students cannot pay any or part of their school fees. Please prayerfully consider supporting a child’s education.   Medical Clinic in Zimbabwe  April 2019 help us establish a mission clinic in…

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Call to Africa – 2019 Schedule

Call to Africa – 2019 Schedule

January 15-25, 2019 – Uganda Mission – Travel to the Eastern side of Uganda and facilitate  venues in Busembatia and Jinja. Clean Water project, Women’s Empowerment, Orphan and Widow Ministry, Medical, Soccer, Leadership Training and Outreach. April 5-15, 2019 – Zimbabwe Mission – Chadobe/Bulawayo Medical Clinic, Sports Ministry, Evangelism and Church Plant. Ngoze Mine Ministry, Women’s Ministry and Leadership Training. Help us establish these two church plants and use clinics to share the gospel. April 22- May 1, 2019 –…

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2017 Travel Schedule Begins for CTA

2017 Travel Schedule Begins for CTA

Our 2017 travel schedule begins! From January 9 – Feb 2, Call to Africa will host 2 teams in Uganda. Our first team will conduct Medical and Eye Clinics, in the Western Side of Uganda.We will work with our good friend and CTA Field Director – Pastor Joseph Olowo. Kirungu and Ntgoma will be 2 villages where we be during 12-15 of January 2017. Please pray for us as we continue to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ as we pursue…

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Return to Uganda June 2013

Return to Uganda June 2013

  This is one of many very special pictures of one of our teams that joined me in Botswana. If you notice my friend Phil Hunsucker (top middle, grey hair and sunglasses) smiling. He and his wife Debbie invited us to attend Crosspointe Church where we have now been members for 4 plus years. Phil was supposed to be coming with me to Uganda this week but the Lord called him home Sunday afternoon about 7PM. Please pray for his wife…

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2013 Continue to Pursue the Heavenly Vision

2013 Continue to Pursue the Heavenly Vision

January 8, we leave with a team from Alabama and OK to begin a new community transformation project in Wonduruba, S. Sudan. The New year brings great opportunities in the bordering countries of Uganda and Botswana. Beginning in Southern Sudan we will work with our friends from Uganda and the team members from USA to partner with local leaders in S. Sudan to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a new area. Our home church is Crosspointe Community Church in…

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Partners in the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Partners in the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Pastor Henry Ssevviiri Pastor Henry Ssevviiri of “Life Giving Stream Tabernacle” has witnessed the Lord’s transforming power as he reflects over the last 12 plus years since planting this church in 1999. Daily the pressures mount from a growing ministry and involvement in community transformation. which includes a Christ Centered Church, Clean Water, Education for 520 Preschool through P7, Feeding Center, Women’s Empowerment, Adult Education, Bible teaching, Preaching, Pastor, Evangelist and Training Leadership throughout Uganda and surrounding countries. Plus raising a family that honors God…

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