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Ugandan Missionaries Receive Training in the U.S.

Musana Camps had a fantastic opportunity this year to pursue training for a Ugandan missionary couple.  Last September, we were able to send Medi and Eva Kanyike, and their boys, Jesse and Eden, to a camp ministry training program in the U.S.  The year-long Leadership Training and Development (LTD) program is located at Forest Springs in the northwoods of Wisconsin.  Medi and Eva have been part of Musana Camps for many years now.  They are both invaluable and integral to our ministry.  Their leadership and…

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Cabins for Kids Two Year Anniversay

There is excitement and anticipation in the air as we hear the bus rumbling down the camp drive.  Once the bus rolls to a stop, campers come tumbling out of the door, ready to be done with their journey, stretch their legs some, and have some fun.  We welcome them, perhaps with a silly song, and as we chat on the way to their cabins, we wonder about each campers’ story and how they are going to be challenged and changed by God’s Word during…

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Caring for Children as a Community

“Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 Children in any culture face pressures and influences from very many sources. The sons and daughters at New Hope Uganda deal with the additional challenges of having lost their father and possibly mother. As a result, their guardians are often grandparents, uncles & aunts, or other relatives. In many cases, the child has been moved from one living situation to another and…

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A Day in the Life of Our Sons & Daughters

With the hope of giving our prayer partners around the world a glimpse into life at New Hope Uganda, our daughter Hannah shared what a typical day during the school term looks like for her. [caption id="attachment_6720" align="alignright" width="200"] Hannah in 1st grade (2010)[/caption] Hannah joined school at New Hope Uganda nine years ago, when she was seven years old. Her mother lives in a different district than where Kasana Children’s Centre is located, too far for Hannah to come to school every day. So…

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