Ministry Highlights

Pictured here is Nathan St. Pierre leading singing and evangelist Tom Geer in the front row. These two men came to Uganda in September of 2019 to lead a week of teaching on working with youth, concluded by a youth conference at Masaka Independent Baptist Church.

Over 300 teens attended the week, which included many skill games.
These participants won balls for bringing visitors to the conference.
She won the drawing for a phone on the last evening.
We played volleyball with a big ball.
Paul Sserunjogi was married to Elizabeth in November of 2019. He helps churches around Lake Victoria.
The Ladies Conference at Masaka Independent Baptist Church was held at the end of November 2019 with about eighty ladies attending. Sally Stensaas taught for the three day conference on being Salt and Light.
Pastor Robert Mwijuka came from the Mbarara area in mid-December of 2019 to preach at the missions conference of Masaka Independent Baptist Church with the theme, “Your Fellowship in the Gospel.”
Abigail and Shae-Lynn Stensaas sang specials throughout the week.
It was a blessing to teach from the book of Ephesians in the January 2020 Tri-annual Bible Institute.
Men from all the different church plants attended the instruction that week.
During the week of TBI, Robert Byekwaso was ordained as a preacher of the gospel. His whole family was able to attend the service as well as many from his church in Lukaya.
In mid-January of 2020, we held our annual teen camp in Kisojo village with six churches in attendance.
The teaching centered around the theme, “I must be about my Father’s business.”
About sixty teens heard the two days of instruction.
Teens recited memory verses throughout the week, led by these two, who were the first boy and girl to memorize every verse in the camp booklet.
The teens from Kasese took home the honor of being the team with the most points accumulated by their participation in all aspects of the camp.
The camp ended with a bonfire on the last night. Many testimonies were given about decisions that had been made that week.
All the teens enjoyed roasted pork as we gave testimonies, enjoyed some fellowship, and sang songs.