I pray and hope that you and your loved ones had a wonderful Christmas celebration as we did here in Uganda.

You all have been in my mind and thoughts. It has been a very engaging time of ministry from one ministry activity after the other all activities aimed at improving the quality of life and spreading God’s love to his people.

This, you are making possible, and I would not miss this opportunity to say thank you. Thank you for your guidance, prayers, and most generous support.

Since my return from the USA; I have conducted leadership training classes for Ministry leaders, had a very impactful outreach that was conducted by students from 5 universities in Uganda. This led to over 500 people give their lives to Christ. We also planted a new church in Bugembe, this was out of one of our Bible studies that were boosted by the outreach. We also had a very impactful youth seminar that brought different youth together to share their experiences and were encouraged spiritually and emotionally.

We test pumped and installed 7 water wells, and 6 water wells are now providing fresh clean water to over 150 homesteads each in Bulike and the surrounding areas. Over 80 children were immunized at the Nana clinic, one of the fruits of the partnerships of UCSS and the Ugandan Ministry of Health.

Bulike Primary school had an open day, an event where we invited the community to see the activities at the school. Since it was also the school of the term, we encouraged the children to teach their families what they learned at school.

We also had a thanksgiving event, where UCSS together with the different community leaders and stakeholders gave their praises and gratitude to God for the great transformation happening in Bulike and Buluya and its surrounding areas. With undoubtedly many praises, we also acknowledge the great drought and extremely hot weather that has greatly affected both the UCSS and community farms. With many crops drying off to the extent of looking that they have been burnt with fire. This has adversely affected the community who have had an extremely low harvest for the past 2 seasons and have worries of no food for the future. Please continue to pray that God can provide a compressor to be able to irrigate.

Sixth UCSS ChurchCoffee Plant being destroyed by much Sun ShinePassion Fruit destroyed

To crown it all, we had a wonderful Christmas celebration. The people UCSS serves are now able to grow, thrive, and celebrate the birth of Christ because of your continued love, prayers, and support. We at UCSS look forward to many more years of partnering with you in His service.

Thank you so much for your support!

Peace and joy.

Dr. Ronald Kaluya

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