In the village of Gangu, three young men, Ssenyonga Joseph, Kabuubi Julius, and SSebayiga John, found salvation today. Despite being trapped in the clutches of alcoholism, their lives took another turn when JFM discovered them engaged in bricklaying. The weariness etched on their faces spoke of a profound desire for change, yet the grip of addiction compelled them to drink relentlessly.
Amidst the bricks and the struggles, a gospel of love was shared with them, bringing a glimmer of hope. At that moment, the warmth of acceptance enveloped them, and both Joseph, aged 24, John 56, and Julius, aged 26, decided to embrace Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. The love they experienced sparked a newfound strength within, encouraging them to embark on a journey of redemption, leaving the shackles of their old lives behind.
Today marks the start of a new chapter in the lives of Joseph, John, and Julius. The support from generous donors played a pivotal role in facilitating this transformative journey. Their contributions enabled the outreach that became the catalyst for the spiritual rebirth of these young men. Today’s harvest is not just of crops but of lives renewed.