A church in a muslim dominated area of Uganda shares the love of God with their community.
Water. It is what the people of Marare, Uganda treasure above all else. Though the people of Marare are of different tribes and religions, water is what brings them together. Decades ago, the community was assisted to have a protected well. But, over time, the well became polluted with silt, rubbish, decaying matter, and debris. What was once a blessing to the community had become a source of water-borne diseases. Two youth leaders from the local church, after studying TCT through a program of Food for the Hungry, decided to show God’s love to their community by cleaning the well one Saturday. When women came to draw water, they saw the two youth working and joined in to help. The Water Source User Committee saw [...]
Last week, Anna blogged about the complexity of generational poverty and the need for prayer. The truth is, we see Him answer these prayers every day. We are so excited about what God is doing amongst those who are experiencing poverty—bringing transformation in their thinking and causing them to flourish. We just finished up our first ever TCT East Africa Forum, with 31 pastors and denominational leaders. So I’m sure that, in the coming year, we’ll be sharing lots of stories of God’s power and faithfulness from that group of dynamic men of God! Here are a couple of “Praise God” stories from TCT-partner churches in Uganda… […]