For one desirous to grow their mission passion, one may consider one or all of the opportunities we offer to stir their mission passion
- Take a journey through ACTS;
This is a bible intensive study through the book of acts as we follow the early mission movement as it grew from humble beginnings to turn the world upside down.
- Join a book club;
Many missionaries and mission minded believers have attributed their mission passion growth to biographies and writings of earlier devoted men who gave their lives for the cause that are both inspiring and challenging. The FMT library is also accessible for those around Mbarara.
- Do X-plore and GO-mobilize;
These are group oriented bible studies produced by Centre for Mission Mobilization [www.mobilization.org] that can take you a long way in understanding the heart of God for the nations and exploring your first steps in mobilizing others.
- Attend a Kairos course;
Find out more here.
FMT Prayer Calendar January 2021
Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you.
Colosians 3:13 (NIV)
Give thanks to God for the year 2020. It has been ayear of survival but God has been faithful. Give thanks to God for His mercies, love and for the gift of life.
Pray for the revival of prayer meetings in Kampala and Mbarara. Always remember that there is an inseparable link between prayer and effective missions hence pray for world evangelization.
13th-18th: Church Plant
Ask the Lord to send long term laborers to live among the Karamojong and share the love of Christ with them.
19th-24th: FMT Staff and Community
Pray that the Lord touches our hearts to give to the support of missionary work around the world. Pray that God will use the talents and resources that we have for the glory of His name.
25th-31st: People Group
Pray for the Hausa people group in Niger. Ask God to strengthen, encourage, and protect the small number of Muslim Hausa who have become followers of Jesus. Pray that traditional Muslim culture will soften, creating open doors for the Gospel.