November 2015 Hope4Kids Report



Busoga region of Uganda has the highest concentration of Muslims in the country. Mosques are found in towns, trading centers and villages which is not the case in other parts of Uganda. Although other parts of the country have mosques in big towns, the number of Muslims is very small compared to Busoga region. Christian churches are also in Busoga and evangelical ministers are preaching the gospel in this area. The Islamic religious concervatism restricts its followers from converting to Christianity but our God is good because in Uganda we have the freedom of worship that makes people of other faith to listen to the gospel of Jesus Christ whenever we visit prisons in Mayuge. God has continued to touch people in this area and a good number of the people we minister to have continued to accept Christ as their Lord and savior.

Muslims in Mayuge Prisons

When you visit prisons in Mayuge, its common to find many Muslim inmates. Several times when we don’t have good interpreters, Muslim inmates come and interpret for us and a good number of prison inmates including muslims come to Christ. For example dulling our last month’s visit, an inmate called Farouk was the best interpreter I have ever had at a prison facility in Mayuge. I remembered how God used a horse to prophesy when there was no human being to tell Balaam of his mistakes when he was lured by Balak to go and curse the children of Israel. Numbers chapter 22:27 to 37.

As usual with the material blessing accompanying the gospel we take to these facilities, many people are given hope that being in prison is not the end of everything. We tell them not to look at the prison warders/authorities as enemies but instead to look at them as people implementing the law of the land. We tell them to turn away from doing evil and do good if they are to avoid prison and to do what God wants if they are to enter heaven one day. We at Christian Foundation for Community Development (CFCD) thank God because of his mighty works whenever our Team goes out for evangelism.

The bible tells in the book of Romans that how can they believe when they have not heard. Someone should be there to communicate Gods word if people are to believe that Jesus loves them and that’s why he left the heavenly glory to come to earth to die for our our sins. Many people are coming to Christ through our ministry outreaches and we are committed to continue sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ up to when we go to heaven or even up to when he comes back to take us to where we belong. That’s heaven.

Visiting Pomede Church

In the book of Acts of the apostles Chapter 15:36-41, Paul and Banabas came up with a plan of visiting and the churches they had started to strengthen the believers. Although they disagreed not to go one direction because of one brother whom one of them wanted to go along with, in the end the mission was fulfilled although they took different directions. Dulling one of the week days last week, Eric decided to visit one of the churches in Pomede that begun as a result of hospital ministry.

The church that begun in one of the Christians home that was prayed for and later in a makeshift old tauplin tent now has a temporally shelter where they worship from. Being a week day people were not many but Christians present were all joy to see Eric. They were encouraged to remain strong in the Lord and not to be taken by worldly desires.

The scripture shared was got from the book of Mathew chapter 6:25 about the words of Jesus not to worry about what to eat or drink. Eric talked about how we are workers with Christ and interpreted the scripture in the real context. Eric specifically said; “First seek the Kingdom of God and all these things will be added unto you”. He continued; accept Christ and do Gods will and you will see his blessings. He will feed you, cloth you and provide all you need. But food, clothing and all you need is not going to fall from heaven like mana. We must work because God will always bless the work of our hands since we are co-workers with him. He talked about how people sometimes misinterprete the scripture and they end up with a life of regret and curse.

To enjoy Gods promises, we must work with God Eric says. Till the land, do whatever your hands finds to do in Jesus name and all will go well with you Eric counseled. In Africa where poverty raised its ugly head and everybody is struggling to get out it, the Christians received the word with one heart and appreciated it. It was a good visit of encouraging and strengthening Christians to remain strong in their faith. We appreciate Gene and Eaine Toth/ Seaside Church who supported us from the beginning. CFCD shares with you in the blessing of Pomede Christianity Focus Center. The one who sows and the one who waters are all workers in Gods Kingdom. God bless you all.

Reported by, Eric Sabiiti Alinda.


in Ug Shs
in Ug Shs
1 Rice 80 3,500 280,000
2 Maize flour 50 2,000 100,000
3 Cook oil 10 7,000 70,000
4 Meat 15 9,000 135,000
5 Potatoes 20 2,500 50,000
6 Beans 50 2,800 140,000
7 Charcoal 1 45,000 45,000
8 Spices 1 80,000 80,000
9 Sugar 50 3,200 160,000
10 Milk Formula 50 3,200 160,000
11 Ordinary Milk 250 1,800 450,000
12 Soap 2 72,000 144,000
13 Sanitary Pads 35 3,000 105,000
14 Toilet Tissues
10 20,000 200,000
15 Communication 1 300,000 90,000
16 Amugas Allowance 1 70,000 70,000
17 Nights Allowance 1 50,000 50,000
18 Naigagas Allowance 1 30,000 30,000
19 Achams Allowance 1 50,000 50,000
20 Abbos Allowance 1 30,000 30,000
21 Anyaras Allowance 1 50,000 50,000
  TOTAL 2,689,000


Balance Forward (previous month 40,000
Donations (external wires-withdrawn) 2,500,000
Local Contribution (internal) 149,000
TOTAL INCOME 2,689,000
Running Balance 00