More than 17 yeas ago, Christ School began in a remote area of western Uganda with 25 students. The school began in the midst of war, unrest, and adversity. It began with a vision for shaping future leaders equipped with a heart for God and His Kingdom. As we near the 20-year mark, this mission
I just arrived home to Bundibugyo from Football Nationals – what an adventure! We traveled from Bundi to Fort Portal on Friday evening, 17 girls + 2 coaches + 1 teacher + 1 conductor + 1 driver all packed in with our luggage to a mini-bus (think 15 passenger van with a tiny bit more
Christ School Bundibugyo lies in the far reaches of Western Uganda, just a few miles from the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. Our boys and girls football (soccer) teams have qualified for the Regional Tournament for Western Uganda. They have played their hearts out on the field, worked so very hard, and won
One of the ministries I have the joy of being a part of here is the Girls’ Football (Soccer) Team at Christ School. We have a stellar team, who’s made it to Nationals for a number of years and who are so full of personality. Spending my afternoons on the pitch (field) with them is
As I type the list of our candidates, I am absolutely overwhelmed, to the point of tears and prayer. How am I a part of deciding futures for these students? Of choosing the next ten for our Christ School Orphan and Vulnerable Children Scholarship Program? For 10 of them, their lives are about to change.