Educating a child is one of the main focuses of our ministry. We support local orphanages and churches in Uganda help build free schools, support the procuring of materials, and other resources in order to maintain a well-rounded educational environment for children. Children are eager to learn, but there are times when there isn't enough to provide for their education that each of them need.
Education is more than reading, writing, and math. It is one of the most important investments a country can make in its people and its future and is critical to reducing poverty and inequality. Children, who learn to read, write and count will provide a better future for their families and countries. With improved education, so many other areas are positively affected. In short, education has the power to make the world a better place. ACTNIM doesn’t provide the teachers, but we help in building facilities of education where they do not exist. We partner with churches, businesses and other organizations to make it possible that a dream is fulfilled, a life is saved or a community is able to prosper. Millions of children each day miss out on an education because of circumstances they have no control over, and suffer as a result. We urge you to invest in the future of a child or a person attempting to better their lives. Won’t you help?
We are working with two schools and partners to upgrade the facilities and provide a better learning environment for the children and their education. Sponsoring a child helps us do that.
The Care Bear Home is a place where Mama Bear with the help of Papa Bear, help their Cubs come to relax and enjoy themselves before or after they have worked on the Mission Field. March is the 6th Anniversary of the opening of the Care Bear Home, that has hosted several missionaries, church groups and ministers from the United States and around the world that are doing Kingdom work in Uganda. And even some teenagers. If you are coming our way, contact us and let us know so that we can make room for you.
Dr. Dickson Obwoya
Chaplains Randy & Rosalyn Jarmon
African Rain Ministries
Bishop James & Mable Mugobansonga
International Revival Full Gospel Ministries
Pastors Adalberto & Milady Santana
Rainbow World Missions Inc.
Brother David Katehangwa
ACTNIM Transportation Ministry
Apostle Basemera aka Patricia Mujungu
Psalms Class Teacher
Minister Sasha Edith Butler
"Journey to Excellence"
Dr. Peter Prince
Voice of His Presence Ministries
Pastors Ricky & Barbara Ammons
House Of Faith Ministries
Sister Birungi Gloria
Ministers Kenneth & Tina Leonard
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church
Bishop Victor & Rosie Nieves
Mercy Church of God
Brother Jonathan & Sister Cuki Russell
Radiant Hope International Ministries
Bishop Chuck & Pastor Clara Patterson
Apostle Uche Ndubuisi
TRIGA Outreach International
USA / NIGERIA
Sister Malia Collins
Apostle Steven W. & Lady Rene Banks
Proceeding Word Church
Pastor James D. & Lady Regina Charity
Ferguson Grove Baptist Church
Dr. Daniel & Lady Linda Baltimore
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church
Pastor Gloria Mason, Bishop Spencer & Evangelist Marion Logan
Hope Chapel Deliverance Center
Bishop Kenneth L. & Evangelist Janice Hill
Rehoboth Church of God
Sister Erika Congress
World Outreach Worship Center
Minister Deborah Lee Barrett
Catalyst Empowerment Group
Hope For Girls In Crisis
Hope For Girls In Crisis is an organization that provides love, hope and a future for girls that have been sexually abused and forced into motherhood, through trafficking, rape and incest. They provide opportunities to complete and further their education; parenting skills to help them care for themselves and their children; life skills that will assist them in becoming independent and living on their own; spiritual guidance with love and hope for the future. We support this organization and encourage others to assist in this effort.
Drs. Deborah and Reginald L Freeman, Jr. are active members on the National Executive Board for Miss Tourism of Uganda and work closely with governmental agencies that help to promote the industry worldwide. As part of this initiative we engage in the uplifting of young women, and the cultural aspects and diversity of Uganda.
ACTNIM is involved with university administrators to help future leaders make sound decisions about their careers and contributions to their communities and the world.
The Guardians Youth Football and Cheerleading Organization (USA) and (Uganda) are here to instill Christian values in a family setting while learning and developing fundamentals of the game of football, soccer and cheerleading. This is part of the Youth Initiative Program to instill and encourage our children to becoming good citizens in their respective communities.
In 1999, my whole life changed, and I remember I was scared at first, but I knew God would not have told me to do the work, if he was not behind me. It was and is His vision for me, even today! It became my battle cry to go to the Nations and I knew I had to be trained to do the work right.
At the time I got a lot of support from Apostle Steven W. Banks, (LWCF). He encouraged be to go. I remember being told I was too zealous to do the work of a Missionary and at that time the Church was new and not ready or equipped to do Missions, the way the Lord had showed me. He released me to go to Faith Landmark Ministries in Richmond. I was working Missions in my local area, which we call Jerusalem, but I wanted more. I wanted to go!
Then It happened! I graduated from St Leo University in 2001 and was accepted into Regent University, where I pursued my Master’s degree in Missiology. In that very next year, 2002, I took my first Missionary trip to Mombasa, Kenya. After that it was trip, after trip, after trip.
I remember transferring and working at DCA and coming under Pastor Bob Collins and Mommy Collins. I asked for covering for my Ministry in 2005. In 2007 Pastor Collins encourage me to transfer my license to COG and help establish a Mission Program for World Outreach Worship Center, which was open to all to attend and they did. I received my Exhorter’s license in 2008. Pastor Collins showed so much love and support for Missions, that he set me up in an office with a classroom to teach. He presented me with his chair from his office, which I proudly sit in today. When Mommy Dot died, something died in all of us, but the Lord saw fit to help me and the church establish a school in Ethiopia. Mommy Dot Academy was built and opened.
• Because of the loving support and encouragement of these Three (3) Mentors in my life, I have had the Lords blessing over many things.
* Till present over 40 Mission classes have been taught local and other states.
* Over 15 mission teams have traveled with me to Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti, Germany and Uganda.
* Two schools established, and several other schools/orphanages being supported through sponsorship.
* Changing Destinations: Journey To Excellence, providing Global Leadership Training in Nigeria and Uganda.
* Teens traveling local and overseas, doing Mission work.
* Partnerships with several churches and ministries, local and aboard.
* ACTNIM, A Cross The Nations International Ministries, was established.
* Bridging the Gap Initiative was established between Black Africans and Black Americans to defeat the lies about cultures and for them to know that with God Loves they are one.
* Two interns, for ACTNIM, are being supported in Africa and the USA.
* One local Christian base faith Football team. North Peninsula Guardians
* North Peninsula Guardians Uganda at Kawotto School, Kajjansi.
* 3 years with Cru Military Volunteer Chaplains (Affiliate staff) partnering with Life Ministry Uganda.
* 5 years with AIMS
* Mission home for travelers in Uganda, “Care Bear Home"* We both have received our Doctorates
But change has come, and our season dictates that my husband and I had to go to a different level and direction in Ministry.
Although we have both left our churches as members, we have not stopped the work. There is a great need in the Community. We have been called to work with the youth.
• So far, we have supported 4 retreats. Two for the boys and two for the girls.
• We have also help set up a food drop, once a month for the local Blessings.
• Overseas work with our partners in Uganda. (4 Months out of the year)
• Mission Training Classes
• Bridging The Gap Conferences
• UICE Support (Washington DC)
Through much prayer and seeking the Lord's face, ACTNIM will, in the near future 2021/2022, open doors for Counseling, Tutoring, Bible Classes, Sports Support, Referral Center, Food Help, Prayer and a Sanctuary for Wednesday Night Services. It will be called “The Community”. Our Motto, “Come as you are and let God use you just as you are!”. So many churches have become Businesses and stopped being KINGDOM. We will be doing Kingdom. All this, because three people really loved me for me and their love was felt by me. For that, I will always be grateful! Keep us in your prayers, as we keep you in ours! Through all of this, I give God the Glory!
Sister Afaayo Ruth