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We’re less than two months away from our first day of classes at The Amazima School! Here’s how you can be praying:
Thanks to all who have prayed and given sacrificially so that hundreds of students may come to know Christ through The Amazima School!Read the Whole Story
“If you want to get rich in a year, you plant beans.
If you want to get rich in ten years, you plant trees.
If you want to be rich for the next hundred years, you plant people.
I know that Amazima Ministries will certainly be rich for hundreds of years!”
- Julius Musasizi Kizito, District Education Officer of Buziika
On November 30th, we gathered under the hot Ugandan sun to celebrate a big moment for 62 of Amazima’s students! 250 people, all proud guardians, staff and students came together to take in this glorious achievement… graduation. The excitement throughout the land in Buziika was palpable as everyone worshipped and prayed, giving all the glory to God for this incredible moment!Read the Whole Story
A few months ago, Paragon Marketing decided they wanted to invest in the first class of students at The Amazima School. And they didn’t just want to write a check. They wanted to participate. They wanted to do something.
So what did they do? The Paragon Marketing staff spent hours filling 75 BACKPACKS with school supplies, toiletries, and other items our students will need come February. These backpacks are now in a container on their way to Uganda and should arrive just in time for our first day of classes at The Amazima School.Read the Whole Story
“Nazareth! Can anything good come from there?” Nathanael asked. “Come and see,” said Philip.
Many of you are probably familiar with this exchange about Jesus’ hometown in John 1.
People from Nazareth were looked down upon and certainly weren’t promised bright futures. We know of another place with a reputation like Nazareth.
War-torn Northern Uganda is still recovering from devastation caused by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in the 90’s and early 2000’s. Hundreds of thousands were displaced and thousands were murdered. Children saw things no child should ever see and the emotional scars are still present today. How could anything good could from a place like that? Come and see.Read the Whole Story
Every so often, all of the seemingly small, behind-the-scenes moments of ministry lead to tangible victories; like hundreds of children from Buziika and surrounding villages gathered for two full days under the name of Jesus. Thanks to the help of our staff, the local community and you, 288 of Uganda’s youth attended Amazima’s youth conference!Read the Whole Story