by Ignatius Ssereba, Pastor and Caretaker of Amazing Grace Church and Orphan Home.
I’m so honored to write to you once again, following the visit of our beloved friends Bill Wegener and Reno Marsh to our country, especially our church, which JFM has helped so much with the food programs, orphan care, and personal needs to many of the beneficiaries in different categories. I was so happy to host the crew at my place, and they gave us a lot of time to see us.
Due to a rising number of orphans in our church (causes are mysterious), especially both at the new and the old house, and since the school fees are on us, remember we are covering all the other needs. Then education is a bit costly, and as a result, we found it essential to consider building our own primary school. We prayed and believed God for this great need until JFM said they could give a hand, so we now started on this, and more so, we believe God for the supernatural provision as we are looking forward to pushing this project which seems quite costly.
Once this project is done, we will be able to;
1). Educate our orphaned children at a minimum cost.
2). Persuade the entire school population into the church through evangelism and Christian education as a sub-unit in the curriculum.
3). To instill the desired discipline of Godliness and morals in the working staff, the students, and their parents.
4). To shape and guide leaders of tomorrow, of course, we shall fade away someday, but the ministry responsibilities carry on. Therefore this criteria secures the future of the following church age.
5). To equip and educate the students in general knowledge, literacy, entrepreneurship skills, perseverance, trending global concerns, and I.C.T.
I’m so grateful and excited about this project, am so thankful to our donors and also for the great leaders we have at JFM. I look forward to seeing God’s greatness, causing giant dreams from the spiritual realm to come into the physical realm. I believe we are going far. Still a long way, though!
I can’t thank you enough, though! But I am so grateful for each one of you. May the almighty God bless you abundantly. Shalom!