Pro-life worldwide

Afrikan Life Campaign – serve and save

May has been a month for school holidays in Uganda. As Afrikan Life Campaign family standing on
the word of God ACTS 26:18″ “Am sending you to open their eyes so that they may turn away from
darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God and may receive forgiveness of sin and place
among those who are sanctified by faith in me” life” we have used the holidays as an advantage to
reach out to the youth through community outreaches, peer learning and bible study lessons to
ensure that they understand the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the value of life through pro-life teachings.
In the same month of May we are glad to have been part of the World Pro-Life Summit in Sabia. In
this meeting we were able to attend virtually which gave us an opportunity to share what we do and
also heard from other countries of what they do to promote life and support children around the world.
Through community out reaches that we had with holiday makers, they were able to share their
experiences at school and out of school. We had 15 youth giving their lives to Christ which was an
achievement. Among the youth we were able to give them chance to share out what each one of
them did while at school and out of school. One of the youths confessed that she had an attempt to
do abortion because of peer pressure and worries that she would not live a happy life and will be a
dismay to the family. She survived doing the abortion because of one the youth we had reached out
and taught values of life. She was also able to speak out to other youth to know “that our God is
merciful and forgives our sins. 1 John 1: 19 “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive our
sins and to cleanse us from a righteousness”.
We are glad that we had enough time interacting with youth who aired out some of their challenges
that they face. Also in the photos below is Shafiq in school uniform who servived abortion because his
mother was hiv/Aids positive,i meet him 8 years back and had taken time not following him but in May
on 16th i went to their village and check on him and found out he’s now grown up and still on
medication, i was so much happy to see him growing up, and i believe and trust God for his good
We are also appreciating IPEK to allow our children to attend school We believe and trust God’s