Who We Are

Mission

Equipping community based teams for effective ministry through joint prayer, training and providing needed resources.

Vision

A vibrant community of Godly leaders demonstrating Christ’s revolutionary love in their Churches and communities across the Great Lakes region of Africa, leading training and provision of resources that will spur hope in the lives of children.

Programs

Research and Communication:
Focusing on sustainable peace processes and essential basic needs; access to safe water, education and family leadership.

Special Projects:
Our primary goal for research and communication is to support more actors with timely information essential for designing up-to-date interventions in target communities. Our secondary goal is to implement special projects to address critical gaps observed, in collaboration with relevant existing development practitioners in the target community.

Leadership Development:
Empowering Community Based teams (CBT) and enabling them to reach out to their larger target communities using available resources and a language most of the people understand. Our leadership development scope includes program design, planning, implementation, monitoring and review, ICT integration and leading participatory community based interventions with practical focus on HCA active programs within the target community.

Projects

Safe Water Initiative:
A research-powered advocacy initiative for safe water for Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement.

Sports Ministry:
A Church-oriented program with focus on holistic development for children and teenagers age 3 to 17.

Where We Work

The Great Lakes region of Africa—7 countries

Current:
Uganda—Kampala & Kamwenge (Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement)

Future:
Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania.

Our Inspiration

Our ministry is founded on five inspirational scriptures:

  1. Numbers 20:1-13. Although God still took Moses to heaven, he showed He had been angry at Moses’ failure to carefully observe the instruction He had given him. Moses could not be allowed to enter the Promised Land.
  2. 1 Samuel 2:12-4:22. When Eli was the High Priest, his sons were rebellious and very disrespectful to God. They gave in to their shameful greed and sin that God had to also judge their father for ignoring to correct them. Eli seemed to have treasured his sons more than helping them obey and fear God. Eventually he lost them to war and equally died when the news reached him.
  3. 1 Samuel 8. Prophet Samuel was a very respectable prophet but his sons did not follow their father’s example of unreserved obedience to God. Their ungodliness was one of the reasons the Israelites dwelt on to demand for their own king like the gentile nations. 
  4. 2 Samuel 11-22. There was transcendent peace in King David’s family until he sinned against God by committing adultery, scheming with intention to hurt others, murder and telling lies in attempt to conceal his sin. As a result his family became so chaotic and uncontrollable that even one of his sons successfully captured power from him and attempted to eliminate him.
  5. Deuteronomy 6:1-9. God commanded the Israelites to obey Him and instruct their children in righteousness.

Our Values

  • Biblical Foundation
  • Attentive Listening
  • Commitment to Learning
  • Focus on young people
  • Partnership with the Church
  • Leading by Example
  • Inspirational

Philosophy

“It is Christ’s revolutionary love that Africa needs to bring radically new relationships – between clans, tribes, nations, races, political parties and ideologies. It alone can cure economic exploitations, rampant corruption, unjust laws and hostility between religious denominations.” Bishop Festo Kivengere (1988)

It is important to help people make choices that bring hope and restoration to a society marred with conflict, injustices and all forms of deprivation for centuries. A step-by-step review of human behavior, conflict, resolution, outcomes and God’s interaction with people from creation to-date can help individuals, groups or community to re-evaluate their position and consider undertaking a recovery process that leads to forgiveness and healing. This will bring peace in families, communities and entire nations at large.
It’s revolutionary love that makes our hearts burn with eagerness to help those in difficult conditions, and to help others find grace for a new reconciled life with long lasting healing of relationships. That will bring hope and lead to impressive transformation. Revolutionary love can move boys and girls from streets back to school; to working with their hands to sustain themselves and also be able to help others who are needy.

How to be Part of this Ministry

  • You can write to us or fill a connection form on this website under contact, introducing to us your Church, organisation or ministry.
  • You can contribute to the ministry through prayer, volunteer service, material or financial support.  
  • You can link a friend or partner you know is committed to the same calling and values to our ministry.

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