*Formally Jaguza, Sanyuka Children Ministries is a holistic, Christ-centered child development program that was initiated as a response to the ever increasing number of street, orphaned and vulnerable children in Uganda. Their aim is to extend the love of Jesus Christ, the feeling and support of a family, and the hope for a better future to the neediest children in Uganda.
Prayer is the fuel that has kept this ministry going, you can join our prayer team to lift up the children and the ministry leaders before God in prayer.
- Pray that the children served, partners and sponsors will come to know or continue to be established in the love and knowledge of Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior
- Pray for God’s provision towards the “Beyond” capital campaign whose goal is to establish a permanent development center for the children to flourish
- Pray for both the Local (USA) and Mission (Uganda) leadership teams for God’s guidance, wisdom and leading in the service of these children and many more in the future.
We are believing God in such a crazy and radical way to see Him establish, sustain and grow this ministry to leaps and bounds that He desires. This requires a lot of financial, intellectual and physical sacrifices. Please consider partnering in the following ways:
- Sponsor a child by signing up to give a monthly donation towards the education and wellbeing of one of our children
- Give a one-time donation towards our capital campaign, our goal is to purchase land and construct a development center
- Other donations such as, clothes, sound system for choir, chauffeuring children during their stay, cooking meals
You can become a child/ministry ambassador and be the voice of the children in your area / circle of influence. Below are some ideas:
- Introduce us to friends, organizations or people who you know and believe could be potential partners
- Host open houses / events to increase awareness of plight of children in Africa / Uganda
- Consider visiting Uganda on a mission trip to serve and minister to the children and people of Uganda
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