Greetings from Uganda! We are the Oriokot family (John, Elizabeth, and little Gavriella). We serve the Lord in Soroti Uganda by raising up indigenous missionaries through a very intensive two year ministry training. This training includes pastoral ministry, in depth bible study, evangelism, and apologetics. In addition to spiritual training and discipleship, we teach our students skills in organic farming so that they will be able to support themselves once the ministry training is done. The goal of our School of ministry is to equip and send ministers and missionaries into the remote, impoverished villages of Africa.
One thing that makes our School of Ministry unique is that we live with our students, so discipleship is a 24/7 process of both classroom experiences and watching us live out what’s taught in every area of our personal life. While going through our school of ministry, students begin ministering to remote communities through evangelism, Bible studies, prison ministry, children’s ministry, and adult literacy trainings (so that believers can learn how to read the Bible). While in school, our students also head up organic farming classes in areas struggling with starvation as a way to build relationships with those communities, and those relationships then allow us to begin bible studies, evangelism and discipleship ministries to these impoverished people. We do not receive any financial compensation for our efforts from large organizations, but rather rely on small monthly donations coming from individual donors and small churches. God continues to provide our ministry needs through the generosity of individual donors and small churches. You can follow us by visiting Kenyanurse.com, sending us your email at , or befriending us on FaceBook: (John Elizabeth Oriokot). We are always open to receiving visitors, especially those interested in becoming long term missionaries who are in need of training.
You can support our work by making a tax deductible donation with the paypal link:
Or by check. Checks should be made to College Hills Baptist Church, and side marked, "Uganda Missions". Checks can be mailed to:
Uganda Missions, College Hills Baptist Church
2102 Johnson Avenue
San Angelo, TX 76904