Uganda: Disabilities Ministry
Uganda: Gulu Medical Ministry
Uganda: Jesus Is The Truth Nursery And Primary School
Uganda: Jesus Is The Truth School Scholarships
Uganda: Pastoral Leadership Development - Northern Region
Uganda: Ramona's Reach
Uganda: Where Most Needed - Gulu
Joshua Rattin is the Country Director and also coordinates the Pastoral Leadership Development ministries. His wife Abigail is ministry head for the Disabilities Ministry, Medical Coordinator, Communications Coordinator, and Short Term Volunteer Coordinator for the ACTION Uganda team. She has a heart for special needs children. The Rattins arrived in Uganda in 2011. Their five children, Grace, Moses, Ana, Noah, and Micah Otim, love living in Gulu, Uganda.
Mariana “Anna” Pedrosa joined the team in Gulu in 2013 to become the head teacher at Jesus is the Truth Nursery & Primary School, ACTION Uganda’s Christ-centered school for vulnerable children.
Kathy Matthews is raising support to join the team fulltime, Lord willing in 2016.
Pastoral Leadership Development (PLD) is a key ministry as we believe that the answer to the world’s brokeness comes only through Jesus Christ and that through the Church. In the north, the PLD team studies together several times a week to prepare to take conferences to rural pastors in remote regions of Northern Uganda. They focus on 4 locations to build upon solid foundations. Guest pastors from abroad join the team several times a year to contribute additional expertise as needed.
Dr. Abigail coordinates the medical ministry which spans across ministries and includes ministry to the missionary community to help other missionaries stay on the field. Funds are always needed as the team strives to provide the best possible medical care to the most vulnerable.
ACTION Gulu: Deliver me – a photo compilation video on the 12 years of ministry that pioneer ACTION missionaries, Jerry and Candis Bingham, have been involved with in N.Uganda (thanks to ACTION missionaries, Rich and Joy Sayer, who created it).
Vulnerable children, children with special needs, rural pastors, orphaned children
Acholi tribe in addition to other Ugandan and East African tribes.
Animistic, Protestants, Muslims