strengthening churches and discipling our community for Christ

Church Strengthening

Church Strengthening

The Church Strengthening Department is committed to building up God’s Church by biblically encouraging, developing , and equipping church leaders so that churches are spiritually maturing, achieving God’s purposes.
SHEPHERDS Training Center

SHEPHERDS Training Center

Shepherds Training Center is committed to building God’s Church by training men to wholeheartedly love God, deeply know Him, effectively proclaim Him, and thoroughly equip God’s children to follow after God.
Local Church

Local Church

Community Bible Church of Kubamitwe is the backbone of SOS’s local community outreach. CBC seeks to fulfill its God-given mission to glorify God, strengthen its members, and reach the lost within its community while also providing a “model church” for the pastors trained at Shepherds Training Center.
Community Outreach

Community Outreach

The Community Outreach Department is devoted to discipling and serving our community by lovingly building relationships, holistically empowering families, and faithfully pointing our community toward the Lord Jesus Christ and His Church, so that they know, love, and enjoy their Creator and His creation.
Legacy Christian Academy

Legacy Christian Academy

Legacy Christian Academy is a Christ-centered, high quality, kindergarten and
primary education that develops students academically, intellectually, and
spiritually to make an impact in their homes, community, and nation.

LIFE ON MISSION CONFERENCE 2018

 

 

We are pleased to partner with Harvest Bible Chapel of Calgary to present the “Life on Mission Conference 2018: Living with a Fear of God,” taking place January 12-13, 2018. Spend a weekend exploring what it means to truly fear God and how to live life in response. Ensure you have an exalted view of God and a humble perspective on yourself. Is there a better way to start a new year?

 

“ … impacting the precious people of Uganda through sound Biblical teaching and training in God’s Word, and through sacrificially demonstrating Christ’s love.”

Mary Nakisitu

Mary Nakisitu

My name is Mary Nakisitu. I live in Nakijju with my mom. Both my parents are peasant farmers. I have one sister and four brothers. I am in first grade. My favorite thing to do in class is learning the letters and sounds of the alphabet. When I grow up, I want to become a teacher. My favorite color is yellow and my favorite Bible memory verse is Genesis 16:13.
Davin Olyano

Davin Olyano

My name is Davin Olyano. I am five years old. I stay in Kubamitwe with my mom and dad. My dad works at SOS with the Estate Team and my mom is a housewife. I have two brothers and one sister. My favorite subject is coloring. When I finish school, I want to become a teacher. My favorite color is purple. My favorite Bible verse is 1 John 4:8.
Angella Nakyejwe

Angella Nakyejwe

My name is Angella Nakyejwe and I am six years old. I live in a village called Netunze with my mom and dad. Both my parents are peasant farmers. My favorite color is yellow. When I finish school, I want to become a hairdresser.
Victor Okowo

Victor Okowo

My name is Victor Okowo. I am ten years old. I live in Ntebbe with my Grandparents. Both my parents work and live in Kenya. I have three brothers and three sisters. I have been at Legacy for one year and I am in K-1 Yellow. My favorite subject is Math and when I finish school, l I want to become a police officer. My favorite color is yellow and my favorite Bible verse is 1 John 4:8.
Willy Waswa

Willy Waswa

My name is Willy Waswa. I am six years old. I live in Luteete with my mom and dad. Both my parents are peasant farmers. I have one brother and two sisters. I am a twin. My favorite subject is Reading. When I finish school, I want to become a farmer. My favorite color is yellow. My favorite Bible verse is 1 Peter 4:8.

Uganda

Uganda is considered one of the poorest nations in the world, with 38% living on less than $1.25 a day. These needs are primarily a result of the horrific reign of Idi Amin Dada in the 70′s, the devastating results of the AIDS epidemic, and a continued culture of poverty, single-parent families, alcoholism, and various parasitic false religions promising wealth and health.