Since our last report on June 12th Ebola was quickly eliminated from Uganda thanks to the exemplary preparation by Dr. Ruth Aceng, her team at the Ugandan Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization.
Thank you for your concern for all of us here in Arua….. we feel appreciated and loved much! In response to todays news of a confirmed case of Ebola Virus in Kasese, Uganda we would like to make the following response.
Emmanuel Asiki Benson came into our care in South Sudan in 2005 as a young boy and now through the Circle of Care and the Education Fund, Asiki is pursing his dreams as a wise, strong, and caring young adult. Read our latest entry where He shares his story.
Part of our mission at His Voice Global is to provide educational opportunities for the orphans and vulnerable children we serve through our Circle of Care. Read more about our current opportunities to build new classrooms in Yei, South Sudan.
On behalf of everyone at His Voice Global I would like to thank you for your generosity and support throughout the year. It is your gifts and prayers that make the work of our ministry possible. Along with our partners in South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya we have seen the Lord continue to bless the work of our hands.
It is our hope that as we raise up and equip pastors and church leaders the body of Christ will be strengthened; that those who they shepherd will continue to spread the Gospel and organically live out that Gospel by caring for the widows and orphans in their respective areas; and ultimately, that Jesus will be proclaimed and God glorified throughout the nations.
Rose is no stranger to the difficulties faced by displaced women and families living in Maai Mahiu. Every day, she wakes early to read her Bible and pray before heading out to meet these women and these families.
In Maai Mahiu, a town that functions off of the revenue of prostitution, there is a group of women who call themselves the Women of Courage. No ordinary women, these are the kind of people who pray unceasingly and have authentic faith in the Lord.
God has given us a deep love for each and every one of our partners in East Africa. Because of this love, we are bound to them and are committed to serve them long-term. Through this love, God leads us to seek physical, social, emotional, and spiritual flourishing.
Innocence sees himself as a change agent. He grew up in an Evangelical Presbyterian Church orphanage in South Sudan. He was transformed from a little boy who had no parents, home, or future to one who has found hope and is following Christ.
Our hope for the Foundation of Hope Theological and Discipleship training classes has always been to come alongside our partners and provide material that would enable them to train, disciple, and equip other believers.