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Mountain Ministry

Supporting 30+ churches in a rural, mountain area.

Mbale city sits in the foothills of Mt. Elgon, the 2nd highest mountain range in Uganda. Naturally, accessibility is difficult due to the altitude. In these remote mountain villages, local partners are needed to support the government in the delivery of essential services.

JENGA’s Co-Founder, Pastor Vincent Munyosi, was born in this area and is passionate about access to services for all people. As a pastor before founding JENGA, this includes supporting a network of churches to stand in the gap and act as a bridge in supporting the government to offer services to their local communities in the areas of education, business, agriculture, and income generation.

Grace and Andrew’s Story

Grace was born into a Muslim home and she married a Muslim man called Andrew. Andrew is a treasurer for their local mosque and has been battling a chronic illness for many years. Goden had shared with both Grace and Andrew about the Gospel and the hope that Jesus brings, but at that time they were not interested.

After one month, Goden felt led to go back to visit them and he found that Andrew’s illness had worsened. He prayed for him and there was a great improvement in his health by the end of the following week. When Goden went back to visit Grace and Andrew for the third time, they were more interested to hear about the Good News of Jesus. Grace decided to become a Christian.

This was a very big surprise for Andrew, and he encouraged his family members to also visit church with his wife, not caring what their friends and leaders at their mosque might say. Goden now holds discipleship sessions in their home and more people are attracted to hear more about Jesus and the difference He makes in people’s lives.

Names have been changed to protect identities