Missions Hosting

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The Bunjos also present their massage of restoration through books, audio tapes, DVDs, and CDs.
Between them, the apostles have publishes 7 books and many more in the pipeline.

The missions program of CRMI involves hosting Christians from other nations on short-term missions in Uganda. Over the last 30 years, Uganda has experienced a remarkable revival that has resulted into the number of born again Christians rising from a few tens of thousands in 1980 to the current between 6 and 8 million and number of churches jumped from hundreds to the current over 50,000. God put in John Bunjo’s heart to have Christians from other countries come on short term missions to Uganda, and experience for themselves some of the remarkable things God is doing as well as participate in filling some of the gaps that remain in the Churches’ growth and development.

Since 2007, CRMI has hosted tens of mission teams. The mission teams have been involved in medical work, providing free treatment and medications to thousands: preaching and teaching in churches , conferences, etc; working with the children of Hope projects, e.t.c.

The missions program has resulted into some remarkable life changes for some of the participants. John and Hellen Gill who first came to Uganda in 2007 as part of a mission team from UK have now evolved from being ordinary Anglican church members to leading their own ministry, J& H ministries. The Gills had never given public testimonies of their faith or prayed to someone to recive a miracle, but as they kept coming on missions, they disciverd their calling. Hellen attended and complited a degree course in theology. She is now a fiery preacher of God’s word. The Gills continue to work in Uganda training church leaders on a discipleship

 

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