This year has been marked by many examples of God’s restorative handiwork, both through EMI Uganda and our partners, and within us as well; today I’ll share two.


Four construction labourers on the Onialeku Primary School site heard and received the gospel as a result of EMI’s belief and practice of the restorative work of God!

Through the faithful ministry of EMI’s Stephen Mwesigye, who facilitates patterns of daily and weekly discipleship on the construction site, these men made their own decision to surrender their lives to God’s restoration and walk in newness of life with Him!

EMI's Stephen Mwesigye (left) with new believer Opio Dominic (middle) and Pr. David  Emazu (right).


In the intentionally diverse garden of EMI Uganda, we are all called to put our hands to the restorative work of design – sustainable, affordable, and transformational. Where this happens best is in the multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary design and construction teams of EMI.

As we put our belief in restoration into practice, we see the body of Christ in action – disparate parts working in harmony and unity with one other.

The scene pictured here is typical – four professional disciplines and three distinct cultural groups represented – all contributing out of their strengths to the design of a clinic for The Amazima School.

Our Design and CM teams discussing the progress on the Amazima School Clinic.

We thank you for your faithful prayers and support of our work, and pray God’s rich and restorative work in and through YOU!

In Hope,

Phil Greene
Executive Director