Update from Rwenzori School of Preaching

Here is an email I recently received from Mbusa Benard, Director of the Rwenzori School of Preaching.  I hope it encourages you as much as it does me!
Greetings to all sponsors of the RSOP in Uganda. Thank you for the Lord`s work and the pure gospel you are proclaiming in spearheading towards winning souls to the most High.
The school is doing well, however; some thieves attached our projects, taking some of our live stock, food and domestic utensils, some tight measures will be applied for good security.
The school is doing intensive evangelism around Kasese district and other areas of western Uganda; we plan to put up more congregations in every district; our students are now doing the work perfectly and are sent out preaching for the new congregations we open, we also work with other men who help us in evangelism from Isengera and Buhunga congregations and the school helps them with some money to do the work perfectly; they work with Jeremiah in moving to many places and the school pays for their journeys.
The school has started helping some new congregations in buying land and setting up shelters like Butohyo and Lyanda churches and we still have many requests seeking for help.
I have done connections with the preachers in Congo to work with church in Uganda and the School and will be invited to school for more discussion; we plan to start where we stopped from when some men evangelized Congo including myself; we planted two congregations i.e. Thako and Kithoma;the Lord willing; more work will be done there.
It has been a blessing to have a preaching school in western Uganda; which had remained behind in getting training centre; though western has more Churches than any other region.
We always mention you in prayers to keep the faith and continue supporting our work; may the Lord bless you abundantly.

Yours in Christ 
Mbusa Benard-Director RSOP
Here is a picture of a goat we purchased after one of ours at the school was stolen.

 This is a picture of some of the school workers laying a brick foundation to hold a water holding tank for the school.

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