Report -- August, 2013.


Robiina Nyakecho Receives Surgery.

In this 21st century, it becomes impossible to preach the gospel without actions. Gone are the days when gospel ministers would preach the gospel of only giving the people hope of going to heaven when they are hurting in hospitals, poor and hungry. Our Lord Jesus Christ would preach the good news about the kingdom and at the same time he would look at the physical needs of man and acts on them. That’s why he fed the five thousand men in the bible. He knew that man needed to eat, drink and he needed good health. That’s why he healed the lepers, crippled and cast out evil spirits for the total deliverance of man.

Dealing with the sick especially in African hospitals is not an easy task. In an environment where people fall sick with no enough medicines, medical equipments to diognise diseases and lack of basic needs like soap, food and even clothes, the sick are sometimes neglected by even relatives(not because they want it) because of little or no resources to give them enough treatment. They are not attractive to look at and even lay hands on them in prayer. Yet remember God is happy with those who visit the sick, feed the hungry and visit those in prison. In fact, Jesus Christ himself compares with those people when he says: I was hungry and you fed me, I was sick and you visited me, and I was naked but you clothed me. Mathew 25:31-36. People who do this practice the real Christianity that Jesus wants and they will inherit the kingdom because of such acts that accompany the gospel. We are committed to continue doing this and urging others to join us in this ministry.

Although resources are not enough, in his ways God has continued to bless Christian Foundation to atleast when there is a chance to help the poor who can’t easily access surgery in government hospitals especially the ones at the district level. Taking someone to have a surgery in Kampala or Mbale is expensive but God has continued to be gracious to his people. In my last report to our partners, I talked about a lady called Robiina and her challenges to access surgery. We didn’t have enough money but thanks be to God because of our partners. It was not easy to get her operated but I thank God that she got operated a few weeks ago. She is a happy woman now. Although there is a challenge of us providing money for transport whenever she travels to Kampala for review, our God is good because goiter will no longer chock her neck. Our God will enable us to support her up to when she gets treatment that is complete. To all of you who support us, God bless you.

In evangelism, God is continuing to heal and save his people. Many people accepted salvation this month and they are continuing to grow strong in the Lord. In all seventy people accepted Jesus in Prisons and hospitals. Our team is continuing to feed the sick at Mukuju health unit and Tororo hospital and the sick are continuing to get medicines.



in Ug Shs
in Ug Shs
1 Rice 50 kgs 3200 160,000
2 Beans 30 kgs 2400 72,000
3 Meat 30 kgs 8000 230,000
4 Silver fish Half Sack 120,000 120,000
5 Milk formula 6 tins 50,000 300,000
6 Sugar 50 kgs 3000 150,000
7 Soap 2 boxes 72,000 144,000
8 Toilet tissues 8 rolls 20,000 160,000
9 Medicines     700,000
10 Vernacular Bibles 30 copies 25,000 750,000
11 English Bibles 10 copies 20,000 200,000
12 Transport     150,000
13 Communication     100,000
  TOTAL 3,236,000


F I N A N C I A L   R E P O R T
Bal c/d 242,000
Donations 3,028,000
Our Contributions 60,000
TOTAL INCOME 3,330,000
Food 582,000
Drinks 450,000
Hygiene Materials 3,040,000
Medicines 700,000
Bibles 950,000
Transportation/communication 250,000
Bal c/d 94,000

Items that don’t have receipts are not found in formal business. May the Lord continue to bless you urbandantly as you support Go'ds work.

Reported by
Eric Sabiiti Alinda