KAMPALA, Uganda — Every day for nearly a year, an average of about 2,000 refugees have entered Uganda from South Sudan. Most of them are women and children who have spent several days traveling by foot, fleeing a civil war and famine that has devastated the world’s youngest country. Some saw their families killed and their homes burned to the ground.
Gcom members involves disciplining refugees and teaching them how to start cell groups and churches within the camps. We doesn’t just dive into the gospel message and try to convert them, We get to know them, share our personal stories, and tell them, “We have been where you are. We can understand what you are going through.”