tony and marge abram, christian evangelist and missionaries

Tony and Marge abram
Abundant Life Crusades

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Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever!   

 

UGANDA & Kenya, EAST AFRICA WORKERS REPORT!
Volume XXXXV No. 11

We recently took on, by faith, 2 new evangelists and ministers in Kenya and 18 in Uganda, Africa. We are supporting these fine workers at $25.00 per month through our friend and fellow worker, David Walker Ministries.

Can you image that for only 25 dollars you can make it possible for a worker in Uganda to be a full time soul winner for Jesus? It is because Uganda is so poor.  All of these 20 workers are in full time ministry. The 2 workers in Kenya are near the border of Uganda. Please pray for them. 


Peter Norigiyesu ministering in Budembe.


John Martin Olowo ministering in the Magodes district.


Paul Wandera working for the Lord in Sirango, Uganda
They are all winning souls but we am praying that God will make them greater soul winners, perhaps a new Billy Graham, Billy Sunday, T. L Osborn, etc.

I am thinking about a young evangelist in Ukraine whom we began to support with only $20 per month. In two years he was self supporting and has now opened over 100 churches. PTL! Our God can do anything!

So we present these photos, information, and their names, trusting many of you will include them in your prayers.


William Okware working in Ligingi village area.

Francis Othieno ministering in Patumbu District.
      
<-Left: Oketeho Sam Opoya ministering in Kiyeyi.       
->Right: Joseph Kira ministering in Kasuleta, Uganda.

James Oboth ministering in the Tororo District, Uganda.


Aggrey Ofumbi soul winning in Nagake, Uganda

      
<-Left: Geofrey Okuta ministering in Okwata, Kenya.            
->Right: Ariya Fanansio working for Jesus in Asinge, District


Joseph Odulla evangelizing in Asinge, District.

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<-Left: Village homes in Uganda. & Tony & Marge Abram in East Africa.         
->Right: Tony wining souls in East Africa & Tony and Marge teaching together.

Ugandian Facts:

Population: 31,367,972 take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS; this can result in lower life expectancy, higher infant mortality. English is the official national language, of Uganda after independence, taught in grade schools, used in courts of law and by most newspapers and some radio broadcasts.

Uganda is home to many different ethnic groups, none of whom form a majority of the population. Around forty different languages are regularly and currently in use in the country. The Republic of Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa, bordered on the east by Kenya, the north by Sudan, on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the southwest by Rwanda, and on the south by Tanzania. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, within which it shares borders with Kenya and Tanzania.

According to the census of 2002, Christians made up about 84% of Uganda's population. The Catholic Church has the largest number of adherents (41.9%), followed by the Anglican Church of Uganda (35.9%). The next most reported religion of Uganda is Islam, with Muslims representing 12% of the population. The Census lists only 1% of Uganda's population as following Traditional Religions, and 0.7% are classified as 'Other Non-Christians,' including Hindus.

Judaism is also practiced in Uganda by a small number of native Ugandans known as the Abayudaya.


James Obbo working in Kryeyi, Uganda.
      
<-Left: George Wanjala in Kubuna, Uganda.              
->Right: Anderia Ikatan working in Orioyi for the Lord.

Daniel Ergurat soul
winning in Amon, Kenya

Oketcho Samuel soul winning in Budaka, Uganda
      
<-Left: Stephen Okware ministering in Bukiiri, Uganda.          
->Right: Patrick Emorut ministering in Tororo Town, Uganda.

Oketcho Abraham working in Lugingi, Uganda
We are still burdened over the needs in all of Africa, from the Muslim north to the sick, dying, hungry and lost of all of Africa.   Join us in praying for Africa and especially for these new workers that you are helping us to support with your faith and prayers.

We are truly ?workers together with our Lord Jesus Christ!

Please visit our website at www.tonyabram.com to see and read the latest Good News reports in color.

Also, we have now posted over 100 of my sermon outlines.  Many are blessed.  Preachers, both young and seasoned, are using them for which we are glad.  Please forward this news to others on your email list, especially those who would pray for us, two senior missionaries that have taken the Word into over 125 countries in the last 45 years.

We love you and pray for you.
Tony & Marge Abram.

3 John 2:  ?Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth.?


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