Category: Uganda

Jonathan Walker served at the OP Uganda Mission’s Akisyon A Yesu Presbyterian Clinic in the summer of 2019. Jonathan’s photos include a nice look inside the clinic, as well as some colorful local scenes…

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It is amazing how strong the people are, that they are able to travel great distances just to receive medical care. It is a sobering feeling to know someone traveled so far to seek your help. Of course, they receive more than medical care, they receive the Gospel, too…

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Being here on a short term trip has been a real reminder that we are called as believers to proclaim the gospel no matter what context we are in…

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Joe and Jan cataloged almost two thousand books, created a library system, entered each book, searched for the Library of Congress number, printed catalog numbers …

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This excellent video by missionary Chris Verdick serves as a great introduction for those considering applying to serve short-term in Uganda…

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Raun and Joshua traveled to Uganda to help with a roof replacement project led by missionary deacon Mark Van Essendelft, his sons, and several other young men, all of whom worked tirelessly in the sun for more than two weeks…

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITY: The OP Uganda Mission is seeking Missionary Associates to work in the Mbale book room, help with homeschooling missionary kids in Karamoja, or do maintenance work…

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Raun and James graciously responded to the need for a team of skilled men to travel to Uganda and help make significant repairs and upgrades to one of the missionary residences…

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Current Opportunity: Short-term missionaries can serve in a variety of ways with the OP Uganda Mission year-round…

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YEAR-ROUND OPPORTUNITY: Teaching assistants are needed to work with the Karamoja Education Outreach pre-school program in Uganda…

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The lack of success, abilities, or circumstances does not negate obedience to Christ’s parting words (Matthew 28:18-20) . . .

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Being a member of Team Uganda 2015 was an experience that changed my life. Actually, it didn’t just change my life. It changed me. Short-term mission trips do that to people. We go in thinking that we have all of this knowledge and wisdom to share, but in the end, we are the ones who learn so much . .

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The team’s teaching focus was eight questions and answers on the offices of Christ—our prophet, priest, and king. Their ministry of teaching the Catechism, as well as other Biblical material, will be brought to four more schools and two Karamoja Education Outreach (KEO) venues during the next two weeks . . .

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