Learn how you can bring the gospel to Uganda

Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. It is abundant in wildlife and has been called the Pearl of Africa. It has a population of 45 million with Kampala as the capital where 1.8 million live. Luganda is the most common language spoken. Uganda won its independence from Britain in 1962 but has faced a multitude of problems ever since. From the brutal dictatorship of Idi Amin, war, violence, mass killings, ethnic genocide, poverty, the abduction of children for use as child soldiers and sex slaves with some 2 million Aids orphans. Uganda is very poor with the average citizen making only $455 per year or 1% of the USA. Political corruption is high. Despite all of these challenges, the church of Uganda is emerging strong. 14% of Uganda is Muslim, many claim to be Christians in Uganda with an estimate of 12% being evangelical. Evangelical Christianity is the fastest growing spiritual movement in the country. An exciting church planting ministry is reaching hundreds of unreached in the remote and difficult areas. It is an exciting time to pray for and support iPastors in Uganda who have a passion to reach their country for Christ.


PastorDaniel&Erika.jpg

Support a Ugandan Pastor

God is doing great things in Uganda. The pastors in Uganda are passionate and absolutely dedicated to reaching the unreached areas of Uganda with the gospel of Jesus Christ. The average wage in Uganda is $1.50 per day. $50 a month sends one of these Ugandan pastors into full-time gospel ministry where they can focus their attention on preaching the gospel and planting churches among the unreached for the glory of God!