Evagelism School Graduation 2nd Session 2017

The second session of the Evangelism School graduated on the 26th of November.  It is always a time of joy and sadness.  We are so happy that they are ready to return to their home areas to work to share hope in Jesus with the skills they have gained, but we are also sorry to see our friends leave.

The session started in July with 32 students, two of which came for the 4-weeks of health evangelism only.

Close to the end of the session, the remaining 30 health evangelism/lay evangelism school students went out on effort in two villages.  At those villages they conducted health expos, health outreach, and health teachings along with spiritual outreach.  At the village of Ludewa there were about 100 people attended the health expo and 57 at the village of Utiga.  The students helped many people with various health issues, including probably saving the life of one person who had been bitten by a poisonous snake.  The entire leg was swollen.  Through the use of charcoal and prayer, the person is able to walk again.  The challenges were many for the students at the two locations, lack of clean water being a serious one.

We praise the Lord that through these efforts, six people from each of the two villages (twelve total) accepted Jesus as their Savior and were baptized at the end of the efforts.    Thank you for all the mission partners out there that pray, encourage and support this work!

Kibidula Video

Take a moment to watch the Kibidula video and see our dedicated missionary staff at work in the various outreach projects that we run. Some of those programs are the School of Evangelism, School of Agriculture, One Day Church Project, Lay Missionaries, Aviation Outreach, Primary School, Publishing work, Livestock farming, Avocado Farm, vocational training of young women in sewing and young men in carpentry. If the mission of Kibidula touches your heart and you would like to help, please contact us.

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Sunflower cycle

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The Kibidula farm units produce all of their own food on the farm, including cooking oil! Beautiful sunflowers cover the hillside in a vast array of vibrant yellow. These are planted, the seeds harvested, the oil is then extracted through a press, and the oil used in cooking in each of the 3 farm units. It is incredible to have organically grown plants that yield all you need to live on.

Self Sustaining Farm Units

Kibidula Farm Kibidula Farm Kibidula Farm

The Kibidula Agricultural school is a 2 year program that is holistic and well rounded. Each person studies the knowledge of organic agricultural farming as well as getting their hands into the soil. There are three farm units, as we call them. They are groups of students who live, study, and work together on the farm. Each farm unit has a portion of land in which they work and harvest the bounty. The students have rooms to sleep, a kitchen, meeting place, and carpentry shop. Each of these students feel much gratitude for the opportunity that Kibidula has given them.