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PROCLAIM, COMFORT, & MULTIPLY
Parental Care Ministries exists to proclaim The Good News of Jesus in Africa, comfort the hurting, and multiply God’s Gifts through education and discipleship.
Because of your prayers and support, The Gospel is being proclaimed by more than 70 pastors who are spreading The Good News, planting churches, and preaching the Word of God at conferences and crusades throughout Uganda,Tanzania and Rwanda. These pastors are being equipped and mentored because of your support.
The Gospel is being broadcasted through Glory FM radio. The PCM Uganda Choir shares Jesus locally and through international tours.
The sick are comforted and healed through the Kate Clinic. Orphaned and abandoned babies are cared for at the Omwana House.
You have sponsored over 1,100 children in PCM schools throughout southwest Uganda.
Your gifts have provided school buildings, bathrooms and more. Your donations provide seed money to start self-sustaining businesses and access to clean water.
We praise God for you! We are so thankful you share our God-sized dreams! We are so thankful for your prayers. We are so thankful to be on this journey with you!
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Stories Of Hope & Redemption
A Night Celebration and Thanksgiving Let us come before Him with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song. For the Lord is the great God, the great King above all. –Psalm 95:2-3 Earlier this month, we celebrated Parental Care Ministries 10 Year Anniversary...read more
Baby Edward - A Blessing Omwana (Ugandan for "baby") House welcomed its newest addition in February 2018. His name is Edward. Edward was named by a local pastor because his mom passed away during childbirth, leaving him orphaned...read more
A Walk to Remember By: Melissa Wayne, PCM Trip 82 One of the highlights from my trip to Uganda with Parental Care Ministries was the amazing opportunity to walk to our sponsor child’s home in “sweet potato” village. The walk was over 4 miles from Sanga...read more