Thoughts from Gregg Knight

It has been almost two years since stepping into my beloved Uganda. We can keep up with the Rwenzori School of Preaching through WhatsApp and Messenger. Let me tell you about the evangelism work of Mbusa Benard, Jalesi, and Maate John! Please remember that the brethren are unable to worship, and travel is very limited…

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A Note from the Director of Manna Project

Dear Supporters and Friends of the Manna Project, Greetings from Oklahoma, Texas, Africa, Asia, and from literally all over the world! I find it amazing on nearly a daily basis the impact that we have been able to make in some of the farthest and most remote parts of the world. God has continued to…

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Talawanda School of Preaching Fall 2021 Update

June was very busy as prepared for our first graduation which was held on the 3rd of July, as our first intake graduate. Our new students began classes on the 12th of July, with a new 13-week course designed to teach the Gospel, which helped us to baptize three of our new students. This summer…

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Work Spotlight: Uganda Food Relief

The COVID lockdowns this year have continued, and in Uganda, they have been particularly harsh. Over the summer, the president of Uganda imposed a very strict forty-two-day lockdown, which was only partially lifted at the expiration of its original time. This has caused many Ugandans to lose the ability to work, lose access to marketplaces,…

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Modelle School of Preaching Fall 2021 Update

Classes continue as normal at Modelle. The students and faculty are paying careful attention to hygiene and health practices. The school farm did well during the June harvest. We had a good harvest of corn and we planted beans after the harvest. We hope it will do well also. The corn harvest will help feed…

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Rwenzori School of Preaching Fall 2021 Update

Covid is slowing down, but Uganda remains under a strict lockdown. Meanwhile, our people in Congo are in civil wars, and some are being killed by the rebels. Due to the COVID lockdown, the school remains closed, and so students and faculty are focusing on doing door-to-door evangelism and the work is going on well.…

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Upcoming Dates

Travel restrictions are shifting again, and it is not yet clear what the implications of the new mandates will be. I am hoping that this will become more clear after the first of November. From there we will be able to make new travel plans accordingly. In the meantime, I am beginning the process of…

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A Busy Summer

By now it has come to be expected that COVID will create interruptions and challenges in just about everything we do. International travel is much more complex than it was before, with governments changing their restrictions and requirements frequently. Because of this, more than once this year a trip has been carefully planned and scheduled,…

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Meet Joseph Kazidi

Joseph Kazidi came to the school at Talawanda with quite a back story. He had spent his life and career working as a soldier. While he was serving as an armed security guard at a bank, that bank was robbed. The robbers cut him down with machine gunfire. He took several bullets, one destroyed his…

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