Meet Joseph Kazidi

Joseph Kazidi came to the school at Talawanda with quite a back story. He had spent his life and career working as a soldier. While he was serving as an armed security guard at a bank, that bank was robbed. The robbers cut him down with machine gunfire. He took several bullets, one destroyed his…

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Modelle School of Preaching Soldiers On

We have continued spreading the gospel irrespective of the insecurity and the pandemic disease. Preaching during this period has been very difficult as some people don’t want to receive strangers and unknown persons. This has been difficult as, one of our main targets in reaching the lost, is by the door to door evangelism. But…

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Rwenzori School of Preaching New Quarter

In December the students completed their second academic quarter. After having such a long interruption due to the lockdowns they were able to jump back in and did well. In January the third quarter began. Students are learning about Bible history from conquest to captivity, the wisdom of Solomon, refuting false doctrines, church organization, personal…

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Upcoming Dates

This month presents a unique opportunity. Leah and I will be traveling with Stan Crowley to Turkey and Ukraine for a mission trip. Brother Crowley was one of the first brethren to visit Kasese, Uganda. His visit there ultimately led to the establishment of the Rwenzori School of Preaching. He was also the one to…

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Back In The Saddle

November was an exciting month for me. It wasn’t because of the election, but because I got to go back to Africa! Gregg and I were able to travel to the Talawanda School of Preaching during a window of time when the travel restrictions for Tanzania were almost nonexistent. Our flights were mostly empty, which…

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Book Review: The Kingdom That Turned The World Upside Down By David W. Bercot

The emerging church movement made news a few years back, with many of our brethren subscribing to the idea that there are true Christians who are in a saved state within every denomination. The idea is that while a particular denomination may teach and practice things that are sinful, the individual members of that religious…

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Worker Spotlight: Kyamuhangawa Jalesi

Kyamuhangawa Jalesi is a native of Uganda. He is one of our farmworkers at the Rwenzori School of Preaching in Kasese. He works hard on the farm. In addition to his normal farm duties, he has been tasked with teaching the students about farming and overseeing their work on the farm. I am always impressed…

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School Report: Modelle School of Preaching

Classes continue as normal at Modelle. The students and faculty are paying careful attention to hygiene and health practices. The farm has yielded a nice harvest of Coco Yams, vegetables, and Casava We are working on planting a crop of both sweet and Irish potatoes. The combination of COVID-19 and the continued fighting in Cameroon…

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