READ ABOUT AND SEE OUR CURRENT EXPANSION PROJECTS
The people of Uganda are very eager to read the Word of God and to be able to read it in their native language, Lumasaba, it would be of great benefit as they do their work of whole life discipleship. Many people in the communities that M:MM works in do not speak or read English, so it is of great value to have Bibles in their own language.
Current project: 100 Bibles ($5 each)
Current amount needed to reach goal: $100
The guesthouse has been one of the sources of income for the ministry of M: MM - Uganda. It consists of two houses that were formally residences for two American missionary families that started the ministry in the 1980s. These houses have limitations in serving as guesthouses. Each year, the guesthouse hosts teams of students from Bethel University and North Central University. Interns and other guests come from different parts of the world to learn about whole-life discipleship among the poor.
The specific need now is to maintain, renovate and expand these guesthouses to address the quality and increased demand for their services. All this will require $37,096 over three phases (years).
Current project: The roof/ceilings have been replaced, new walls have been built and plastered, and new doorframes are in place. Much need still remains-continued plastering, new flooring/tiles, paint, cupboards, an extension of the porch to serve as a meeting/living room, and appliances/electronics for the rooms.
Current amount needed to reach goal: $7,150
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Phases 2 & 3 of Renovations
Goals and Objectives of the project:
To increase the revenue so that local revenue of the guesthouses may contribute to financial sustainability of the M: MM Uganda.
To increase the remuneration of staff to meet all their needs so as to fully concentrate on the ministry that God has called them to – ministering to and through the poor.
To conduct exposure/exchange/cross visits for both the staff and the people we train in the communities, for learning/empowerment purposes.
To avoid running out of guesthouse business because of the asbestos roof and inadequate space for those who want to do larger meetings.
To provide more decent and quality accommodation for our guests from all over the world, coming to learn about whole-life (wholistic) Discipleship and Community Development.
Hire more field staff to address the raised demand for our services, beginning with the youth program that badly needs two female trainers. (Increased funds from the guesthouse will create funds that will help us to hire these additional staff).
Create more jobs in the guesthouse for employment.
Begin and establish more relationships for Kingdom expansion.
Future project: Renovation of 2nd guesthouse (2017) and expanding conference room (2018).
Goal: $8,572 (in 2017) & $19,365 ( in 2018)