"Reflective of God's Kingdom Reign on Earth"

KV Staff (From L to R Silver, Lawrence, Christopher, Frances, Paul, Gloria and Innocent)
"Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." 2 Cor. 3:17

Freedom in Jesus (trusting His payment on the cross for our sins and embracing the Holy Spirit to overcome worldly temptations) reigns at Kingdom View. Even now more are enjoying their promised abundant life of freedom, prior to the grand opening activities in the pavilion.

From "Solving Problems God's Way" training to movie nights to godly relationship studies, the pavilion already is in big demand even as we add finishing touches.
Problem-solving God's Way Training with games, riddles, certificates and more.  
The painting held by Margaret was a gift to Kingdom View from Elizabeth, a student.
"I just saw God at work the entire time," a leader of the 70 students who participated in the recent relationship discussion led by a pastor from Watoto Church. Her pastor added, "We had a great time talking through a very critical topic in the lives of campus students - relationships. You have such a tranquil place. It is really reflective of God's kingdom reign on earth. We loved it."
Guests are told that although the hillside panorama from the pavilion including Lake Victoria is awesome, the name, Kingdom View, primarily represents our mission. Our mission is to help people see things from God's perspective rather than worldly views that lead to bondage.
God provided an amazing sunset backdrop. Watoto UCU cell groups discussed relationships with Pastor Ken. There are over 50 fellowships on the UCU campus of 8,500 students

Various fellowship groups from Uganda Christian University have enjoyed the pavilion and it is becoming a popular place for celebrations like birthday parties. Currently we are discussing meeting options with Navigators and Bible Study Fellowship International and Life Ministries (CRU) who need meeting space. We are excited to see what the Lord is doing upon final completion of the facility.

Gonzaga Christopher Byomire, KV Coordinator overseeing the activities.
Our coordinator Christopher tells a story of a recent movie night featuring a movie, The Least of These about missionaries ministering to lepers in India: "The most amazing thing that happened was that two individuals showed up with invitations from other friends. Interestingly both were supposed to be a part of the party that was loud in the next hostel. One of them was a Muslim. They both were in tears. They thanked God who led them to Kingdom View instead of the other party.
They promised to be present for every movie night. The Muslim person was amazed by the comments. He is being shown a light from Kingdom View."

Lord willing, we anticipate a formal grand opening and dedication of the pavilion later this year. Praise God we recently received a donation which covered costs for a sound system and large screen HDTV!

We still need $3,800 to complete work including floor finishing, backside retaining wall, plumbing soak pit, brick barbecue grill, kitchen cabinets and road repair. $2,900 kitchen fixtures, appliances, catering items. $1,221 for 20 tables, and 100 additional chairs. If the Lord would lead you to help, please click below.

Would you consider making a donation to complete one or more of the areas?
With joy and grateful hearts,

Mark and Margaret