Welcome to Mission Mbale

Mission Mbale exists to transform futures and hopes through the love of Jesus... one child at a time!

Our Current Need

Ebenezer Christian School - Completion of Phase 2 of the School Construction

We have the ground floor slab and the walls completed and are awaiting the funding to pour the roof slab. The total cost to complete these three classrooms including desks, lighting, etc. is approximately $50,000 which will also provide for a large septic system to cover the school and dorms and complete the bathroom/showers that are part of the school structure. We are striving to have the school completely finished by the end of the year so as to have the classrooms ready for classes at the first of February 2020 at which time we shall have classrooms for Grades 1-5 and will have an additional room for use as a dormitory. We are now nearing 100 students enrolled with close to 40 of those students living on site full time.

Thank you for your continued support of Mission Mbale and all that God is doing!

Child Sponsorship

The Sponsorship Program is the heart and soul of our ministry and is a Christ-centered program aimed at transforming the futures and hopes of the children of the Namatala Slum in Mbale, Uganda.

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"Heaven and earth will pass away, but my Words will not pass away." Matthew 24:35

As TeamMbaleOctober2019 counts down the miles and minutes until our touchdown in Atlanta, my mind races with many thoughts. Most are simply reflections of the beauty, the victories, the joy, and the "WOW GOD!" moments that defined every step of this amazing journey back to MBALE as well as of the many before. I thank you in advance for taking the time to read this post as it is very crucial that we remain committed to keeping the main thing the main thing as we continue our faith journey together!!

What I want to to talk about it in the following paragraphs are those "What If" thoughts (and questions) which are ALWAYS going to exist when doing Christ-centered ministry in a self-centered world. As Pastor Fred always says: "Where there is vision... There will always be provision." The vision for sharing the Gospel in Mbale has NEVER been stronger than it is today!

Before moving any further though, I want to clearly state that I do not write this post out of a spirit of fear or doubt about the future of Mission Mbale's ministry presence in Mbale, Uganda. It is simply a reflection on the realities of doing ministry in the real world that must be considered!

The above verse declares: "Heaven and earth WILL pass away" and the reality is that ministry efforts are not immune to this declaration by our Lord! To believe that Mission Mbale could not be impacted by events such as political upheavals, a world-wide financial crisis, wars, terrorism, etc would be a very unrealistic and unhealthy ministry plan!

Just as dangerous though would be for us to begin focusing on the "What Ifs" is and begin pulling back in the ways that we are helping expand the Kingdom of God in Mbale because of a fear of the unknown! To abandon our dreams and visions to spread the Life-transforming Gospel of Christ's love IS NOT an option!

The past four years have truly been a beautiful display of God's perfect timing and provision. However, I fear that the things that stand out most in people's minds are those earthly things that will pass away... Buildings, farmland, school buses, etc, etc! However, those of us who have walked on the ground in Mbale can tell a much different story about the unbelievable life-transformation that is happening in that place!

My challenge for all of us in the Mission Mbale family as we move forward in ministry is found in the Words of our Lord in Mark 16:15--And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation."

We will continue to build and go as the Lord makes provisions for these things but they will simply be an outflow of blessings that come as we faithfully share the GOSPEL of Christ's love to the people of Mbale. Why? Because of the promise found in the last part of the verse which started this post: "God's Word WILL NOT pass away!"

To those of you who have stood with us over the past few years... THANK YOU! Your faithfulness has rang out this unmistakable message loud and clear: Our hope is built on nothing less than Jesus' blood and righteousness!

We are humbled and blessed to have each you surrounding us and simply ask that you commit to staying the course with us in the months and years ahead! Though we may not know what the future holds... WE KNOW WHO HOLDS THE FUTURE! AMEN? PRAISE GOD! HALLELUJAH! AMEN!

Yes, there may come a day when the Mazungu's(white people) will not be able walk freely in the villages that we have come to love BUT the Words of God WILL NOT pass away!

"Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith." Hebrews 12:1-3

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