Greetings From Uzima Outreach!

Follow God’s example, therefore, as dearly loved children and walk in the way of love, just as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us as a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. Ephesians 5:1-2


Geoffrey’s been in Uzima Children’s Home for a couple years now. He came from a difficult background of neglect, but today we rejoice in how far he has come.

Although he is very quiet and reserved, he’s always paying attention to everyone and everything around him. In fact, results from his most recent testing proved he is near the top of his class. We thank God for Geoffrey, and we pray God blesses his future as he grows.

God has really been moving in the rehabilitation program. The last couple of months we have had many new clients join the program, and the older clients have been a great source of hope as they share how God has transformed their lives.



Recently we planted another round of tomatoes in the greenhouse. Please pray with us that we have a successful harvest.


From November 1 to December 31, 2021, we have been offered a donor match program for all new supporters that add recurring gifts through online giving. For every first gift from a new recurring donor that is added between November 1 and December 31, 2021, that first gift amount will be matched. The maximum amount they will match per new monthly online giver is $50, and the total maximum amount they’ll match is $1,000. So, if you’re thinking about becoming a new regular online giver, or you know of someone who would like to help, now is a great time!

Thank you for joining us in the mission with your faithful prayers and support.


Prayer Points:

  • Please pray for Geoffrey to grow into a godly young man.

  • Pray for the clients in the rehabilitation program to continue on well in recovery, and for their faith in Jesus to grow all the more.

  • Pray the tomato project be a big success.

  • Remember to pray for the Turners while they are in the U.S.

  • Pray for continued provision for the ministry during these hard times.

  • And pray for the children of Uzima to grow more and more in love with Jesus.

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