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Isaiah 9:2-3 (KJV) 2 The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined... 4 For thou hast broken the yoke of his burden, and the staff of his shoulder, the rod of his oppressor, as in the day of Midian.

Join with us in our Global Mission to defeat satan and his kingdom of darkness and conquer the Nations of Africa for the Lord. Africa WILL BE A CONTINENT OF LIGHT in Jesus Name.


Meet our Ugandan Partners on a Mission for the Lord

Preach, teach, deliver and release the Word of God and demonstrate the Power of the Blood of Jesus and His Holy Spirit to a land that's been ravaged by decades of dictatorship, civil turmoil and social and political and governmental corruption. Our Lord has heard the cries for help from our Ugandan brothers and sisters and are sending us to their aid. We believe that the Pure and True Gospel 0f the Good News of the Kingdom will be preached in Uganda in Jesus Name. We believe that our Lord will open up the heavens and pour out the Latter Day Rains of His Holy Spirit and His Annointing upon this dry and parched land and allow it to produce a righteous harvest for the Kingdom of Heaven in Jesus Name. 


We will exalt and lift up the Name of Jesus everywhere we go through our Ministry, Outreach, Humanitarian and Community efforts, by sowing spiritual and natural seeds in the land by:

  • Preaching and Teaching the UNCOMPROMISED Word of God.

  • Conducting Evangelistic Crusades and Revivals.

  • Local Church Outreach Assistance – Join with local church and help them with their Outreach Mission efforts. We will teach them the importance of using the land for financial sustainability and creating business enterprises that will be a blessing to the community through the sales of its products or services.

  • Building Wells – Providing FREE clean, uncontaminated water to the villages.

  • Setting up Regional Food Pantry/Clothing Centre - Feeding the hungry and clothing the naked.

  • Orphan Ministry - We seek to obey the commandment of Isaiah 58 by building Regional Christian orphanages/schools. We must change the reputation of orphanages in Africa starting with Uganda. It’s widely known that African orphanages are not set up to help the orphans but to finance the greed of those managing the orphanage at the expense of the orphans. We will work to eliminate/minimise childhood illiteracy by offering FREE educational programs that will also be available to the children within the communities. This Orphan Ministry will be a blessing in the communities and serve the orphans not man. We look to God in Jesus Name!

  • Adult/Elderly Ministry – Provide adult illiteracy programs, food, clothing and shelter assistance to the neglected and abandoned elderly by setting up regional Centres in the Central, Western, Eastern and Northern regions.

We declare and decree that the people of Uganda will finally be able to walk in their God-given freedom and enjoy the blessings of Abraham in Jesus Name. Amen.

Official Name: Republic of Uganda.

Capital: Kampala.

Regions: East, West, Central, Northern

Form of Government: Presidential Republic.

National Day: Independence Day, 9 October (1962 Independence from UK).

Currency: Ugandan shilling (UGX).

Languages: English (official), Swahili (official), Luganda/Ganda, Arabic, various Bantu and Nilotic languages.

Major Religions: Christianity, Islam. Traditional indigenous beliefs are practiced in some rural areas and are sometimes blended with or practiced alongside Christianity or Islam. According to 2002 census:
1. Christians made up about 84% of Uganda's population
2. Roman Catholic Church has the largest number of adherents (41.9%) with the northern and West Nile regions, predominantly Catholic.
3. Anglican Church of Uganda (35.9%).
4. Islam, with Muslims representing 12% of the population. The Muslim population is primarily Sunni and the Iganga District in Eastern Uganda has the highest percentage of Muslims. Indian nationals are the most significant immigrant population; members of this community are primarily Ismaili (Shi'a Muslim followers of the Aga Khan) or Hindu.



"Kwa ajili ya Mungu na Nchi yangu" ("For God and My Country") 


The official insignia (coat of arms) of Uganda reflects the identity, aspirations and economic activity of Uganda. The Crested Crane (Regulorum gibbericeps) includes all the national colors (black, yellow, and red) plus it is friendly, gentle, and peace loving, characteristics true of the Ugandan people. To the left is a Kob (Adenota kob Thomasi) which symbolizes the abundant wildlife found in Uganda. The spear and shield are traditional tools of defense in Africa. The sun represents the abundant sunshine found in Uganda as an equatorial nation. The drum is a symbol of the cultural heritage of the Ugandan people. The upper blue lines (top of shield) represent Uganda's abundant rainfall while the lower blue lines (under the shield) represent plentiful lakes and rivers. To the left see coffee growing and to the right cotton, both cash crops of Uganda with cotton being grown less today than in previous years. The motto For God and My Country reflects upon Uganda as a nation of people who fear God and love their country.


The flag of Uganda was adopted in 1962. The black color identifies Uganda as a black nation of Africa, the yellow represents the abundant sunshine Uganda enjoys being situated on the equator, and the red represents Uganda's brotherhood with the rest of Africa and the world. The crested crane, the national bird of Uganda, adorns the center of the flag and stands on one leg facing the flag pole. The raised leg symbolizes that Uganda is not stationary but moving forward. 


Oh Uganda may God uphold thee,
We lay our future in thy hand,
United free for liberty
Together we'll always stand.

Oh Uganda the land of freedom,
Our love and labour we give,
And with neighbours all, 
At our country's call
In peace and friendship we'll live.

Oh Uganda! the land that feeds us, 
By sun and fertile soil grown,
For our own dear land,
We shall always stand,
The pearl of Africa's Crown

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