Faith reaches out

Recently we were able to go out into the community with visiting pastor, Ev. Muyingo Martin, from Uganda.

Martin ministered beside us in Mahagi Town as we continued our activities there. This included encouraging expectant and new mothers whilst we distributed birthing kits. During prison ministry in the Central prison of Mahagi, we joyfully witnessed 11 inmates giving their lives to Christ. Also in Mahagi town, Ev. Martin gave Bible teachings and conducted home ministry.

In addition, Ev. Martin was able to travel out to the rural village in Jalasiga area where he gave a three-day evangelistic seminar and Redefined staff taught on God’s heart for nature and sustainable agriculture. This trip also coincided with the continuation of the Eyeglasses distribution in these rural parts.

Newborns and mothers supported through the Birthing kits

Newborns and mothers supported through the Birthing kits

Agricultural training session

Agricultural training session

Ev.Martin during the rural teaching seminar.

Ev.Martin during the rural teaching seminar.

**Please note that tax-deductible donations received through Australian Mercy have not been used for church-related activities and will not be used. This is a condition of the Australian government.

If you would like to give a donation to our faith activities, please contact us separately, or make a note  to Australian Mercy that it is a donation for the church activities and you therefore do not require a tax receipt.

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