Ministry Highlights

Paul Sserunjogi became the pastor of Masaka Independent Baptist Church in early 2021. In September, someone blessed him with a 4-wheeler to replace his current motorcycle and help him in his travels.

On September 21st, churches were cleared to meet in person in Uganda. Missionary Keith Stensaas, and several other men, taught a Tri-annual Bible Institute in October to over 70 men from churches in the region around Masaka.

Gabriel was saved in 2002 in Kisojo. He attended the church since then, cleaning and helping where he was able. He recently went to heaven and Charles held a burial service in October.

Here is a short video testimony to a supporter regarding how God worked on our behalf to give us our current immigration status in Uganda.
At the end of May, we had a Skype call with a youth class at Shady Grove Baptist Church in Louisiana. We showed them some common food dishes from Uganda, g-nut sauce and matooke.

While we are away from Uganda for a short furlough, a mechanic is revamping our ministry van. The country is now locked down, due to a COVID outbreak, so all parts stores are closed and movements are restricted.

Before the lockdown, the youth pastor of Masaka Independent Baptist Church, Waibi Robert, attended a public school class to preach the gospel.

Segawa Charles, a leader of Kisojo Independent Baptist Church’s ministries, speaks at a burial in the community in March.

A young man named Matia was led to the Lord and influenced by Segawa Charles in Kisojo and today he is ministering the gospel to many people including children and those in prison.

Paul Sserunjogi is now the pastor of Masaka Independent Baptist Church. Ivan joined the church in April after many years of discipleship and training in the youth ministry.
Our youth continue to sing each month during the church services.