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Mid July 2018 – Motor Scooters Delivered to Grateful Pastors!

Motor Cycles Delivered to Grateful Village Pastors!

July 27, 2018 update: Moses Magezi, our faithful servant and project lead on the ground in Uganda, has provided us with an update on the use of some of the funds we raised at the CTM special event we held in June at the home of Dan and Ann Noel.

As you recall, during the June event we were able to raise donations for the work of CTM in Africa.  We noted during the well attended event (we had about 7-80 people attend!) that CTM is entirely dependent on donations from faithful friends and supporters – here in the U.S., and well as to some degree in Africa and elsewhere.

Among the needs mentioned was the need for pastors of these small back country villages to have some form of transportation (other than walking) – to get around the village, go for supplies, and minister to their flock.  As you have seen in previous blogs, we have been providing as many bicycles as we could afford to pastors in the villages.  But some of the larger jungle villages with 100-200 people really calls for a small scooter for the pastor.

We are happy to report that with some of the funds you had donated, we were able to purchase this July four (4) motor scooters for some of the pastors in the larger villages! The pastors who received the motorcycles included:

  • Pr. Paul MWESIGWA from the Bumogoli church
  • Pr, Kizito blessing from the Kabale church
  • Pr. John Okuni from the Kasala church
  • Pr. Vicent Muloki from the Bulondo church

Please see the photos included that depict the events that took place at the meeting in mid July at the Nabigaga church.

The pastors received the motor scooters with great joy. These scooters will allow they to: visit local church members; go for suppliers into the local town, or run an urgent errand.

Notice how the local churches pray for the pastors, and over the motor scooters, as they received these gifts of transportation from our CTM supporters. These pastors are from the same churches we have been visiting over the past 3 years, helping them establish their church, equipping them to teach their members about the Lord, supplying them with materials, enabling them to get access to fresh water when and where we can.

Above you can see the pastors with the 4 scooters, and the church members and leaders praying for them as they get ready to be on their way.

On the right you can see how the church pastors and members assembled are IN prayer over the CTM vehicle, and for Arthur and Esther, Moses, and others of the local CTM team as they get ready to be on their way back to Kampala.

One of the local church leaders also prayed fervently that the motor scooters would be blessed, and the pastors who rode them would be looked after by the Lord of all Creation.  In the video enclosed you can hear her prayers as all listened and joined as one.

In closing, we want to thank you for your generous hearts in giving to make the work of CTM in Uganda possible.  You  are the members of the body of Christ that have made this possible through your giving.  Now these pastors can tend to their churches, and be much more effective in ministry.

To God be the glory!

Updates from CTM for June 2018 – Well Completed, U.S. Visit, Villages Ministry

Greetings,

I wanted to give you all an update on what else has been happening so far during June 2018.  

The Borehole has been Completed!

As you know from an earlier post, the well (borehole) on Arthur’s home property had run dry earlier in the year. His family was without water (11 children), and so the situation became desperate very quickly!

CTM U.S. raised funds to truck in a water tank, and supply the family and our lead pastor with water for 2 months while we worked on raising funds to drill a deep well, and provide a permanent solution for water.

By the grace of God, YOU gave and came through, and the deep well “Phase 1” has been dug and is now in place, providing fresh water to his family!  Thank you all for your donations.  We are now hoping and praying for a “Phase 2” – to put in additional piping to the street, and toward the local village – so that others can come and get fresh water.  This will take additional donations, and planning (we will need spigots, and monitoring of this capability), but we believing in sharing what God has provided! Please be in  prayer for “Phase 2”

Arthur Magezi Visiting the U.S.  – Orange County, Phoenix, and Portland

Our own Executive Director and Founder Arthur Magezi has been visiting the U.S. for about 2 weeks so far, for several purposes:

  • To speak to supporters at the CTM “Taste and See” fund raiser onJune 2nd. This was a fantastic event, and you can learn more about this by visiting our home page, checking out the photos, and reading an earlier blog entry.  Attendees heard from Arthur the latest news about CTM’s work in the Ugandan villages, as well as hearing from others that have visited Uganda and participated in CTM missionary outreaches.
  • To visit small groups in Southern California, in particular groups affiliated with Saddleback Church, Calvary Chapel Mission Viejo, Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and Crossline Church.  Arthur has already met with several small groups in homes, given them a personal update on CTM’s work, and ministered to each of them in a very special way.We also took a special trip to Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, the original Calvary Chapel Church.  By the way, this  church started in the latest 60’s as part of the “Jesus Movement”, with many thousands of young “hippies” coming to the Lord through its ministry.  We visited the Chapel Books Store, picked up some bibles to take back to Uganda, and met a young man by the name of Phillip Yeah who kindly put us in touch with the directors of the CC Bible College. We are hoping to arrange an appointment to see them in June, to see how we might be able to enroll 4 of our regional pastors in CCBC. Please be in prayer for this meeting!
  • To visit Calvary Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona. Calvary Community is a large (about 12,000 members) Calvary Chapel affiliated church located in the growing metropolis of Phoenix, Arizona.  It is very missions oriented, and a Bible teaching church. A member of Calvary Community – Nathan Walters – went on the TU3 outreach in 2017, and was so taken with CTM’s work that he invited Arthur to meet with the pastors at CC Phoenix.  He did so, and they were very receptive to the work of CTM in Africa. They are now planning to send several pastors to Uganda this August to participate in TU4, and see how they might become more involved. Praise the Lord!
  • To visit Portland, Oregon, where Arthur plans to attend Multnomah University and work toward completing his doctorate in ministry.  Arthur is nearing the end of this task, and will shortly receive his doctorate, and publish a book on how each believer should develop his/her ministry.  He also will be visiting local churches in Oregon, as well as our partner eTeamGlobal and their support team.

CTM Raising Up Regional Pastors to Grow Village Pastors

As you know, CTM had planted 42 small churches in the last 3 years alone (over 150 if you go back to the early 2000’s).  To ensure these village churches grow, we need now to focus on how best to grow and develop the pastors of these village churches – spiritually, socially and economically.  So they can minister and develop their individual church bodies.

To this end we have brought the first of these regional leaders – Naomi Migabi, and Alan Ntwiga – to the U.S. to begin in-depth biblical training.  The are now in Portand, beginning their education, and we hope to enroll them in a bible college soon so they can begin formal education in God’s word, and in the ministry. Our goal is to enroll them in formal bible college training, so they can go back and become the regional pastors we need in the various regions of Uganda.

As this strategy begins to take shape, Arthur will move more into his executive director oversight role of the churches, providing overall leadership –  and regional pastors will be focused on teaching and developing their pastors in each of their regions.  Please be in prayer for these new regional pastors, and give as the Lord leads to their support and education.

CTM Monthly Village Outreaches in Progress!

Moses Magezi, and project lead for monthly village support, reports that the CTM team visited several villages during late May and early June (Arthur was on some of these trip, before his departure to the U.S.).

Accompanying Moses was Rev. Ezekial Dachomo from Nigeria, Ivan, and Monday.  Some of the churches visited included Buwangala, Bulondo, and Kisanga.

They held four days of

  • Preaching and teaching God’s Word in the villages 
  • Showing the Jesus Film to villages who had not yet seen it
  • Laying on hands and praying for people to be healed (and indeed many were healed!)

The roads were not easy to pass according to Moses, but he says “by the grace of God” we made all the trip successfully.

Thank you all for your prayers and support.  Please continue to pray specifically for safety for Arthur in his travels; for the new village churches, that God in His might may continue to watch over them and protect the people; for our new regional pastors, that God would open the right door to a bible college for them.  And for wisdom for CTM leaders.

Be blessed.

Paul

Paul M. Dooley
Secretary – Christ Transformation Ministries
Web: http://www.CTMAfrica.org
Email: CTMAfricaInfo@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ctcministry/

February Update Highlights – The Naguru and Bumogoli Churches

Greetings Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

As you know, one of our goals in 2018 is to reach out to the local Uganda village churches on a monthly basis – visting them, encouraging the pastors and beleivers, and continuing to build up these “baby” village churches.

Last month we sent you news about our local CTM village support team, and their visits to the churches at Bulondo, Irundu, and Sinini. In February we bring you news about our follow-up visits to:

  • The Naguru church
  • The Bumogoi church

The Naguru Church

This church is lead by Pastor Monica, who is the mom of 9 children! The church as been in place for 1 year, with about 37 members. Fortunately she now has a bicycle to get around the village, provided by CTM’s gracious donors such as you!. She does have a bible, but many of the members do not (they need about 20 bibles in the native Luganda language).

There is a church structure, but it temporary and made of sticks and a thatched roof. They need a permanent structure, with a metal roof to guard from the rains soon to come! The children are meeting when thay can outside for school, on benches (ther is no school building).

An urgent need for this church is a “borehole” (water well). The is currently no nearby water borehole at all, so there is a lack of access to fresh water (a family member must walk 1-2 miles for water, from a stream or pond, and there is danger of sickness as a result of using such water).

The church also is very much located inthe bush, so there is no nearby hospital or medical clinic (we visited this church in 2017, and brought in medical supplies to treat the people).

You donation can help provide:
– A permament church structure for the memers to meet, pray and fellowship in
– Funds to drill a borehole
– Donations for bibles (20)

The Bumogoli Church

The Bumogoli Church is led by Pastor Paul, who is married, and has 4 children. Thje church has been established for 3 years, and has about 56 members. A temporary church structure is in place, but there is a need for a more permanent building.

Although the pastor has a bible to preach and teach from, about half the members have no bible! So there is a need for about 25 bibles – in the local language, but also some in English.

The church also has no nearby borehole, so family members must trek to the nearest stream or pond for water – risking disease.

Your donations are needed to help this church:
– Dig a borehole for the community
– Provide 25 bibles for members
– Provide funds for land to build a church building
– Estalish a school and medical clinic

How You Can Help!

First, remember to pray for the pastors and believers in these churches. Pray for their needs specifically, and if you feel led, give whatever you can financially to these churches, to help address these needs.

>> Please go to https://ctmafrica.org/donate/ to make your secure, online donation.

Your gift is tax deductible, and we will make sure your donation goes specifically to meet the need you express when you make your donation.

Thank you, and may the Lord bless your for your prayers and financial support!

Paul M. Dooley
Secretary – Christ Transformation Ministries (CTM)
www.CTMAfrica.org

January Updates from our CTM Regional Support Team

Greetings in Christ,

As you know, one of our goals in 2018 is to reach out to the local village churches on a monthly basis – visting them, encouraging the pastors and beleivers, and continuing to build up these “baby” village churches.

We thank you our supporters so much for contuing to pray for CTM, and to support the people and these churches financially  on a monthly basis.  During this past month of January, Moses and other members of our regional support team visisted several village churches:

  • The Bulondo church
  • The Irundu church
  • The Sinini church

We had the opportunity to film a couple of the pastors, to provide you with further insight into two of these local village churches:

Highlights from the Bulondo church

The Bulondo church has been planted since 2016, and is now about 1 year old.  Pastor Vicent Mulooki leads the small flock of believers, and has a wife and 5 children to raise as well.  Here is a short video clip of the pastor, who prasies God our Lord for His provision, but also lets us know of the needs of this small but growing church.  Needs that we can help address thorugh our prayer and giving include:

  • Funds and support for a borehole (water well). The community has no well, and thus many contineu to be sick and die of disease
  • Support for buying some land on which to build a church structure. Currently the church building (in photo) is being rented. If you would like to donate toward land for the church structure, please do so!
  • Lack of nearby hospital.  CTM will be visiting this church during our next outreach, to provide medical help and treatment – since there is no nearby hospital or clinic
  • Lack of a school for the children.  The community has no school for the children, so Lord willing CTM will be visiting this church several times this year to provide teaching and training to the families that are part of this village.

Highlights from the Sinini Church

The Sinini church has also been in existence about 1 year, and has now grown to about 70 members.  Pastor Daniel Gwaku leads this small church, and takes care of a wife and 10 children as well!

The church is on temporary land, so they do need money to pay for a permanent structure.  Other needs include:

  • Funds for bibles – currently the church has about 50 bibles in the local language, and the flock numbers about 70.  So we need more bibles.
  • A community school – like so many other communities, the people have no local school for the children.  And so CTM will of course provide some training and teaching during our next outreach here.
  • Medical help – as there is no local clinic, CTM will plan to provide medical treatment during our next outreach to this village. You can help by providing funds for medical supplies!
  • Church land – the church is using rented facilities, so any help you can provide to buy land for a church building would be awesome.

How You Can Help!

First, rermember to pray for the pastors and beleivers in the churches of Sinini and Bulondo.  Pray for their needs specifically, and if you feel led, give whatever you can financially to these churches, to help address these needs.

>> Go to Donate to make your secure, online donation,.

You gift is tax deductible, and we will make sure your donation goes specifiically to meet the need you express when you make your donation.

Thank you, and may the Lord bless your for your prayers and financial support!

Paul M. Dooley
Secretary – Christ Transformation Ministiries
www.CTMAfrica.org

 

 

CTM Uganda Partners with Nigerian Church in Follow-up to Churches …

Last month we told you about our CTM regional teams following up with the newly established churches that were planted as result of Transform Uganda III.

In addition to that outreach (which we want to continue on a monthly basis), our CTM Uganda team partnered with the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) to followup with many of the other churches that have been planted previously.

The material for this update with provided by our Nigerian brothers and sisters, who we worked with very closely this past July-August, during Transform Uganda III. As you know from previous posts, the Nigerian Church posted a volunteer pastor in each village during the week of TU III – with each pastor residing in a village for the whole week – encouraging, supporting, and loving the new believers.


As a result of this close partnership formed duing TU III, the Nigerian Church decided to work with us again to do some more followup.  Thanks be to God for these brothers and sisters!  Some 16 decided to participate in this additional outreach, traveling from Nigeria to the various villages where we have planted churches in the northern Uganda bush country. Due to difficulties that arove, only 7 were able to leave Nigeria and activiely participate in this additional outeach to the other villages.

The New Life For All in conjunction with the Child Evangelism Fellowship of Nigeria organized and packaged the program by obtaining the Visa for the journey and the training materials for children ministry. The Family Life Program was also packaged to help the newly born again Christian couples, forming the basis for  child evangelism. Here is a summary of the additional followup visits that took place in November, in partnership with them:

The Journey to Uganda 

Monday, Nov 13th –  The 7 delegates left Kaduna for Uganda on the 13th, arriving by the 16th and enroute to their mission.

Friday Nov. 17 – Nov . 20th   – the team started at a village called Kiyinja- Kiluuma –Butloogo. Evg. Jonah Tsado, Evg Dorothy Bagaiya, Evg. Lucy Sheshi and Evg. Margaret served there along with Pastor Emma who was translating and organizing the team from Nigeria. The training continued on Saturday 18th and on Sunday, the 19th of November.

The team members were divided to worship in different churches and to share God’s word; great testimonies were recorded. On Sunday Evening the team had the Family Life teachings that made great impact, and  many people had many questions and they were answered by the help of the Holy Spirit. The Family Life program continued on Monday 20th and it was very amazing. The team started receiving good testimonies it was very encouraging – we give God all the glory.

Kibale Followup Activities

The second  team was led by the mission cordinator Evg. Sheshi with Eld. Stephen Bage, and Mummy Rakiya Buba. The team was giving an unusual resounding welcome along with Bishop Emmanuel Kabonge. Almost what happened in Mubende happened in Kibale too. We had similar programs exept that a conference was organized which was comprised of pastors, Sunday school workers, adults and children. The pastors and children workers were separated and trained while the rest were assigned to other helpers for other activities.

Progarams started on Friday 17th November and ended on Monday 20th November there was trianing of pastors and Sunday school teachers, Crusades and Film ministry every evening. On Sunday, the children were seperated and taught specially and all the children and teens prayed to receive Christ. Evg. Stephen Sheshi remained in the adult church and share God’s word and  when the invitation was given, virtouly all the worshippers repented and made Jesus their savior.

On Monday 20th November There was practical session where the trainees were given the chance to for practicals to use the wordless book to win school Children to Christ and it was very effective, as many children were won to Christ. The Family Life session was taken on Monday aftenoon and it was a wonderful time with the church, some questions were asked from the participants and were answered as the Holy Spirit led us.

Kamuli District Followup

On Tuesday 21st November, the two teams come together and traveled to the eastern part of Uganda –  though they had to stop over at Kiwanga Kampala to pick the new team of organizers and interpreters under the CTM, led by Eld Alan of the COCIN Church Kiwanga. The team first arrived at a village called Balawoli where Pastor Timothy Iduli welcomed them , and the first team stayed there for the training. The second team proceeded to the next mission station – the Bumongoli village, near Lake Choga.

On  Wednesday 22nd November they started the training both at Balawoli-Kamuli and Bumogoli-Buyende.

Balawoli Missionary Outreach

On Wednesday the training started , Evg. Sheshi, Evg Bage and Mummy  Buba anchored the work there, though the number was few the first day due to bereavement in the village –  but it keep rising gradually.  On Thursiday  23rd November 2017 the team was blessed to have Evg. Richard Muwanguzi, the Eastern uganda education director of CEF Uganda who joined the team at the Balawoli mission station.

On Friday 24th November the teams trained till afternoon, then they shared with the students in different schools to practice what they have learnt, The team witnessed many children give their lives to Christ. Even within the days of training, the team managed to visit a school in the community – witnessing to both pupils and their teachers, and many accepted Jesus to His glory.

The second team served in the Bumongoli village, but had to be sleeping at a nearby village. Almost the same activities happened in Bumongoli mission station which was led by Evg. Jonah Tsado, CEF National Director. The team had a wonderful experience as many of villagers confessed that they never knew children could receive Christ as their savior. Some promised to start children work immediately. The Family Life Program was a great blessing to many families that participated, and many burning issues and questions were answered.

On  Saturday 25th Nov. the teams started their journey back to Kampala to wind up this additonal mission outreach to the village churches established by CTM in northern Uganda.  Praise the Lord for the soft and gracious hearts of these Nigerian brothers and sisters – so selfless and willing to help and support their Ugandan brothers and sisters.

May the Lord continue to bless the Nigerian Church, CTM, and all the people whom the Lord has chosen to fill His Kingdom!  Stay tuned to this Blog, our eNewsletter, and our Facebook page to stay current with CTM.

And if you would like to Donate to Christ Transformation Ministries, to help offset the cost of these outreaches to the village churches, please visit our web site Donate or Get Involved pages.  We still need monthly donations from supporters like YOU to continue this ministry.  To partner with us, visit https://ctmafrica.org/get-involved/

Transform Uganda III – Post 1 – Preparing for the Work to Come

Transform Uganda III – July 2017
July 19 – Aug 2, 2017

Here is a breakdown of the activities of Transform Uganda III, as well as some other CTM activities I was engaged in while down in Uganda. This is the first of a series of posts, as there is much to share!

The Lord prepared our way before us, blessed the entire team while were there, and accomplished much during this mission. Literally hundreds received Jesus as their personal savior, people were delivered from the powers of darkness and brought into the light of God’s love, hundreds were treated by our medical teams, men were counseled and invited to draw closer to the Lord, and women and children were ministered to by the village teams we brought.

July 18th, Tuesday – On the Way to Uganda!

Boarded the plan at LAX for Uganda – which means first a long flight to Dubai, a stop-over, then on to Entebbe, Uganda. Met a girl on the plane from Cornerstone Community Church in San Clemente. She shared that she was part of a team going to Kenya, to minister to primary and high school children.

I told her about Transform Uganda, and CTM, and gave her our website address. Who knows, perhaps this local southern California Church may want to partner with us in our teaching ministry in the future!

July 19th, Wednesday – Met up with eTeamGlobal leaders in Dubai

Upon arriving in Dubai I met up with leaders and team members of the eTeamGlobal organization, with whom CTM was partnering to do the Transform Uganda outreach. These included Tim Robnett, Founder of TR Ministries and eTeamGlobal; Mike Parker, eTeamGlobal project lead and CTM board member; Paul Slankard, TU project lead; and Bill Wagner, accountant and project recorder.

We made it through customs, and boarded the bus enroute to the Copthorne Hotel to spend the night for our layover (Emirates puts you up free in a nearby hotel, if your layover exceeds 10 hours!). It was a splendid room, and I was able to get some blessed rest before wakuch on hising at 5:30 am for breakfast! The meal was served buffet style, and we had our fill as we talked about the upcoming TU3 project, excited about what the Lord was going to do!

We took off from Dubai, and arrived at Entebbe about 2:00 pm in the afternoon. I met up with Tim, Mike, Paul and Bill, and we proceeded through customs and entered the line to get our Uganda Visa. There we paid $50 each for the Tourist Visa, and proceeded on

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through to get our car and get going to the hotel. Later that afternoon we arrived at the Space Hotel, and checked into our rooms.

A refreshing meal was served that evening, and we gathered and discussed our plans for TU 3 and the upcoming week. Everyone was in good spirits – laughing, smiling, and getting to know each other better.

Thursday, July 20th – Kampala, Space Hotel

I woke up early, 5:40 am local time. I could hear the 1st of the loud speaker calls to prayer from the local mosque. It reminded me that we are in a spiritual battle for the souls of God’s creation. Yes, we are ministering to the medical, economical and social needs of people during Transform Uganda – but more importantly, we are to share the good news of Jesus while we minister! He alone is the Way, the Truth, and the Life that we all need to life this life to the fullest. And not only that, His resurrection life means we will live with Him and our brothers and sisters in Christ forever!

Nice dinner last night with the TU 3 leadership team. A fantastic meal was served by KIzza’s staff, while we talked of plans for the upcoming week.

I left with Arthur for his home in the outskirts of Kampala. I finally arrived to see a pleasant and well built home just a few miles outside the city. Here Arthur lives with his wife Esther, and his 13 children (4 biological, others adopted). They range from Rebecca, 9, all the way up to Moses, 25 (project lead for local CTM).

Abbigail is 19, and is studying law. To help pay fees, she is setting up a small booth in town to sell tapes, souveniers, and other items. Nathan is 21, and studying software development. Chris 24, is studying filming. Nygoma May is 16, and then there is Geoffrey, 24. Allan, Rachel, Patience, and Emmanual are among the other children. The children that are at home all pitch in, helping to work the farm to raise crops – including corn, fruits of various types, and bannanas.

In the evening I met Wycliff, a member of the local CTM board. Wycliff is a consultant, and specializes in programs and project management. I plan to work with him in developing the CTM programs we have in mind for 2018.

Arthur and I discussed the purchase of a used Benz 4WD vehicle. As you my know, the existing CTM vehicle is very old, with over 300K miles on it. It is rusting, and breaking down frequently (which is why we have had to rent vehicles to get to the villages). This used Benz 4 WD has low miles, and appears to be is solid condition. We are having a mechanic check it out before finalizing the purchase. This will provide us with a reliable off-road vehicle, help reduce expenses, and enable us to visit the villages 1-2 times per month to continue the work God has started in TU 3.

Next posting:  TU 3 Begins! 

New Borehole in Village of Nabigaga Strikes Water!

Well drilled in Nabigaga nails it!

5/25/17, 5:07:09 AM: Moses Magezi:  Glory be to God in the Highest!  The bad devil has again failed so

badly! We have succeeded also in Nabigaga, with the new borehole drilled up to 62m, and striking water yield of 3500 ltrs per hour of constant discharge!

Thank you all for your contributions to Christ Transformation Ministries to make this new water well successful at Nabigaga! You are God’s instruments!

Halleluyah!

Uganda food shortage, donations toward food

From Pastor Arthur, Nov 27th 201 6…
My dear fellow believers,
I don’t want you to be alarmed, but we are experiencing a general famine in my country. The rain was not good the last season and it became even worse this season! We lost most of our crops. The people in the villages are in bad state. The government has started supplying food. We have five churches in the most affected areas.
And food costs have generally gone very high. Some wealthy churches in the city are donating food. We are all affected. With my large family, I am also feeling  impact of the food shortages
Please be in prayer about this. If you know donors who can donate towards food distribution, that would be great.  Just note when you send your check, or in the memo for the donation on the web site, that you wish your gift to go toward food for the Uganda CTM churches
May the Lord bless you.

Nov 21st, 2016 – from Pastor Arthur:

Dear servants of God, I greet you in Christ Jesus.

I have come back from the field to meet church leaders and plan for churches_growingnext year missions. The journey was a bit challenging as the car got into some issues and we were delayed – but thanks be to God we still made it, and had a nice meeting!

We have identified 15 locations for new church plants and we have 13 leaders to train for leading the new church plants in July next year. I need to make two more trips before the Christmas season starts. So, continue praying for resources to buy TEE books and a car.

prayer_timeHere you can see we get very much into prayer time. We have stepped up our prayer ministry to ensure we are always listening to God’s direction, and in a right relationship with Him.

Here you can see wtchcraft items in the area of the Kisanga church being burnt. Muslim witches planted their stuff in the door way of the church. The Lord showed witchj_craft_items_burnedthe pastor in a dream and he dug the place in the morning and removed them. We then burnt them after the meeting. This church is growing fast and we needs resources to build a big church. Pray with us.

Have a blessed day.

Rev. Arthur Magezi
Founder/Executive Director
Christ Transformation Ministries (CTM)
Web: https://ctmafrica.org/
Ph: +256782911817

Timothy Etoori Joins CTM as Financial Manager, Uganda!

We are excited to announce that Timothy Etoori has joined Christ Transformation Ministries (CTM0 as our in-country Uganda Financial Manager.

Timothy is a resident of Kampala, Uganda, and a long time friend of Arthur Magezi, CTM’s Executive Director.  Timothy brings a wealth of financial management experience and expertise to CTM financial operations in Uganda.  His background and qualifications include:

  • Member of Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) of Kenya, and Uganda
  • Certified Financial Services Auditor
  • Employment history includes a broad array of experience serving various types of institutions, including the Opportunity Bank Uganda Limited, FINCA Uganda Limited, Carr Stanyer Sims & Co., and CELTEL Uganda

Timothy’s key responsibilities as our Financial Manager, Uganda, will include:

  • Local in-county financial management of CTM activities, including budgeting and  accounting
  • Financial reporting to CTM global and local authorities
  • Ensuring CTM compliance with local laws and regulations
  • Working with counterparts in the U.S. to achieve our financial goals and objectives

In addition, Timothy is a published author, and has written several inspiring books –  one of which is entitled “Visions of Glory”.

Please joins us in welcoming Timothy to the CTM team!