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BELOW ARE SOME TESTIMONIES OF THE ONES GOING TO UGANDA IN AUGUST THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN ON MISSION TRIPS TO UGANDA AND HOW THEIR LIVES HAVE BEEN AFFECTED AND HOW GOD HAS USED THE EXPERIENCE IN THEIR LIVES.  ALSO FROM ONE THAT HASN'T BEEN TO UGANDA BUT WILL BE GOING. IF YOU HAVE BEEN ON ONE AND WOULD LIKE TO SHARE A BRIEF TESTIMONY EMAIL IT TO ME ALONG WITH A  PICTURE AND WE WOULD LOVE TO POST THESE, ALSO.


























MIKE AND KELLY PHILLIPS

It's easy to start because anything we do starts with Jesus. Philippians 4:13 says, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” The labor and the fight is a walk of faith and that walk will take us to Philippians 4:13. It’s a living word that takes our team to Uganda and unites us as one body. The first time in Uganda my mind and heart went to serve and help in any way I was needed. I felt like we had a lot to give, but the first time a child grabbed my hand and wouldn’t let go, I knew we would receive far more than we would give. 

 The people of Uganda are beautiful people. Everything they receive they know comes from God. They wouldn’t accept anything until they gave thanks to God in worship. I did not build churches, schools, or feed the hungry alone. I loved on the children, taught, and preached the gospel of Jesus Christ! I learned early on that I was part of the body of Christ working together as one that built churches, schools, and fed the hungry. God put us with Mission Mbale to bring out a team that would eventually become Mission Budiba Breakthru. I learned that just sending money does not actually build the buildings that matter. The buildings that matter are the ones built by God that are eternal! God works through man to build temporary buildings to bring His people together, in love. This is what opens the door to the world. Uganda has taught me what it’s like to be homesick. I dearly miss my brothers and sisters in Uganda. When God’s people gather in his name, I know he is in our midst. Matthew 18:20 illustrates that best to me.

God put us with Mission Mbale to bring out a team that would eventually become Mission Budiba Breakthru. I learned that just sending money does not actually build the buildings that matter. The buildings that matter are the ones built by God that are eternal! God works through man to build temporary buildings to bring His people together, in love. This is what opens the door to the world. Uganda has taught me what it’s like to be homesick. I dearly miss my brothers and sisters in Uganda. When God’s people gather in his name, I know he is in our midst. Matthew 18:20 illustrates that best to me.

 God called me into the ministry, but I wasn’t called alone. He called my wife, Kelly, as well. I have been to Uganda twice and in August, Kelly and I will go together as husband and wife. I know that having her by my side will strengthen the ministry as it strengthens me. We look forward to seeing what God does with us, the team, the church, and Budiba! God is always giving and we look forward to August. I’m excited for the stories I’ve told Kelly to come to life as she sees them firsthand. In closing, we’re reminded of our mission statement: It’s not the church’s business in this world to simply make the present conditions more bearable; the work of the church is to release here on Earth the redemptive work of God in Christ Jesus! 


KEVIN HORTON AND SARAH CLAYPOOL

  Sarah and I are engaged to be married and are excited for the things God is doing in our lives. Sarah’s   grandparents were missionaries in Cuba during the reign of Castro. Her Mom and Uncle lived several years   there and she has an adopted Aunt from Cuba. It’s safe to say that mission work is in her blood. Through     nursing she had the opportunity to travel overseas to do medical mission work, but moved before the trip     came around. Through Mission Mbale and West St Baptist she met Warren and Mary Faye Moore and they   introduced her to Uganda. She was instantly led to go and began making plans. She wasn’t able to make the   August trip, but her time finally came in January of 2018. To say it was overwhelming and extremely   fulfilling  are understatements. 

 I don’t have a history of missionaries in my family, but I was taught early in life to follow Jesus and to 
help others whenever you can. With that being said, I never entertained the thought of going to a foreign country to do mission work. When the opportunity came, I reluctantly agreed  thinking that it wouldn’t actually happen. As time passed, I started to feel more and more led to go. I had no clue why I was pulled to Uganda and I was certain that I wasn’t qualified. When we got there and met the people and witnessed their love of the Lord, I knew I was where I was supposed to be. I can testify that the Lord works in mysterious ways and if you feel led to do something on His behalf, you should see it through!  The perspective I gained from this trip has been life altering. 

 Sarah and I have sponsored two children in  Uganda who are very special to us. George is 12 years old and is studying to be an engineer. Joshua is 6 years  old and just began school. We thank God daily that He placed these two children in our lives. We’re your typical American people who have busy lives and schedules. We’re impatient and tend to want things to  happen right now. God has used Uganda and these wonderful people
 to show us a different way of life.  He has taught us that things happen on His perfect timing and spending time worrying is a waste.  We thought we were going to Uganda to teach these people, but after coming to know them and their positivity,   we realized God placed us there for them to teach us!



















CARMEN  CLAYPOOL

i'm the daughter of missionaries and my first memories are of life in another country, When as a small child I didn't even speak English.
I was raised with a heart for missions, and was taught that "God's biddings are His enablings".
So when my daughter, Sarah, invited me to join her on the mission trip to Uganda my heart responded with a resounding, "Yes!"
I'm grateful for this opportunity to serve as God's hand extended in whatever way He sees fit.


















Lynn, Kasey and Morgan Phillips

Uganda, Africa holds a special place in each one of our hearts. We have been on multiple trips to Uganda and each one changes your heart in a way that is pretty indescribable. To see the conditions these people are living in yet how happy they are is a completely humbling experience. The journey to Africa can be physically and emotionally taxing but once we got to Budiba, we knew everything was far beyond worth it because they are the most grateful and loving people we have ever encountered. The people of Budiba may not have many material things, but they know and love Jesus Christ so really they have it all. They trust that God is going to provide for them and thus far, He has willed amazing things to happen for the people of Budiba. There is still a lot of work to be done and needs to be met, but there is hope for the future because of the love God has for all people and the willingness of us to be God’s hands and feet. We are beyond grateful for the opportunities that have been presented to us to travel to Uganda and we can’t wait to be able to go back in the future. 
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