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In The Backcountry of Uganda

As 2012 drew to a close, Andrew visited Uganda. While there, he made his usual stops in Kampala and the surrounding area, visiting the ministry's Ugandan headquarters and the Charis Bible College extension school. Andrew also toured a part of the country he had never seen before, traveling to one of the most remote and primitive villages in the nation. In this episode of The Inside Story, Andrew shares how the trip impacted him and takes viewers on a journey to the village he visited in the northeastern region of Uganda.

Reader Comments (2)

Greetings from Arua, Uganda! A friend of mine sent me this link about Mr. Wommack's recent trip to Uganda and wanted to know what I thought about it. We've been listening to several of Mr. Wommack's teachings, and my friend had the opportunity to visit the CBC in Kampala and sit in on some of the classes.

The problem we have is that internet is expensive for us, and we are on a "pay as you go" data plan, so watching a 42 min video will use a great deal of data. Is it possible to get an audio only link for this message? We are missionaries with Youth With A Mission in Arua (northwest Uganda near Congo and Sudan borders) and we would be interested to listen to Mr. Wommack's message if we could get just the audio version.

Thanks so much for your time, and many blessings from Arua!

December 2, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterVikki Wright

They are pastoralists, that's their culture. It's wonderful to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to them but their culture is nomadic. They move around with their cattle and they drink milk. Please seek to understand first.

February 24, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterlillian butungi

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