Paul and Pam, you are a special gift to us and the country of Uganda. You are uniquely call by God to this country and your love for the likes of us have made a big impact in our lives and ministry. Please know that the enemy does not to see people doing what you do, but the truth is that your submission and love for God and each other inspire us everyday. Keep up the good work.
Jimmy & Helen Kiwanuka … Pastor of Jesus Life Church, Jinja, Uganda
We thank God for the long time relationship we have enjoyed with each other since we met. We still remember that sermon you preached when you were invited to share at Jinja Christian Center. It must have been a hard time for you to serve God alongside any African. But thanks be to God that you left the past behind and you purposed to continue serving the Lord in Uganda.
We thank God for the time, labor, and commitment you put into teaching us in the Next Generation Leadership Institute. The messages you taught us, especially the sonship verses and the orphan mindset, have been so inspirational and life changing.
Thank you for laboring to model to us fatherhood and parenting as whole together with your wife Pamela. Pam has been so inspirational in teaching Helen and other women about issues of women and to prepare certain dishes and types of food that they didn’t know how to prepare. Paul, you have as well helped us to start meetings and fellowships of men. We have sharpened and inspired each other in may ways.
On addition to that, we appreciate you so much that through you we have come to meet many other brethren from the U.S who have stood with us through prayers, words of encouragement and supporting us financially and materially. Though we are still financially growing, we have been able to pay for our house rent and bills.
We as well thank you for being part of Jesus’ Life Church. You have persistently brought new members to be part of our family church that we share Christ together. You have given us good discipleship materials and teachings through the school of Antioch to help us grow the church.
We can’t forget to thank you that, it was through Next Generation Ministries that you invited me to the U.S to learn, share, and experience through the diverse cultures of the U.S. You did this by driving us personally to almost the whole of America. It was a great opportunity and experience for me and the work of God here in Uganda.
Today, we are involved in other peoples lives because you and other people have been involved in our lives. The list is endless. We believe that as long as we are still here on earth we will continue to be a blessing to one another.
We hope that we have been as well a blessing to the next generation ministries.
Rebecca Nakanjako … Aspiring nurse or physician, Jinja, Uganda
Next Generation Ministries is indeed a river of relationships connecting people to resources. Ever since I got to know about NGM my life and my whole being change. What it has done and is still doing in me is indescribable.
With the help of the directors of NGM, who are my parents now, I have been nurtured from being a girl into the woman that God intended me to be
I wouldn’t be the same person I am today if it was not for NGM because we live as a family … something that I had never experienced before. I’m glad and will always be glad to be a part of Next Generation Ministries.
Peter Bukenya … Former Driver (six years) for Next Generation Ministries, Jinja, Uganda
Next Generation Ministries has helped me discover who I am and who God meant me to be. I was a taxi driver running back and forth to Kampala 3 times a day for six years. I didn’t know Christ and I was not much of a husband or father. I did not know God loved me so much and that He wanted me to do something big with my life. NGM helped me discover I needed Christ and that God wanted me to be His son. Now I know where I am going with my life. I enjoy being a family man. God has enabled me to buy land, build a house for my family, and become a leader in my clan and community. If I did not have Christ in my life I have no idea where I would be today. Many of my friends from the transportation business are either dead, in prison, or going nowhere with their lives. I am very happy to be a member of NGM and I promise to work hard with them to help see our vision become a reality … changing Uganda one person at a time … just like God changed me.