Please join Barry Wood Ministries for our Annual Clay Shoot – Benefiting BWM’s Africa Mission. When: May 11, 2022 Where: Elm Fork Shooting Sports 10751 Luna Road Dallas, Texas 75220… Continue Reading
Shepherd’s House Almost Finished!
In 2017, BWM began the construction of the Shepherd’s House Pastor Training Facility and construction is almost finished. The last item to complete is the dormitory, pictured above. We are… Continue Reading
Northwest Kenya Mission
Last month BWM Field Coordinator Mike Green and Kenya Country Director Pius Kuto travelled together throughout northwest Kenya and hosted multiple training sessions using lessons from the Shepherd’s Guide training… Continue Reading
Pastor Training in Paidha
Earlier this month our team met with staff members Faustino Ringe and Jakisa Ufoyrwoth in far northwest Uganda just this side of the Congo border. It was an exciting trip!… Continue Reading
Budadiri Baptism and Fellowship!
Uganda Country Director Willert Delgone has organized a monthly gathering of 7 local churches in this region to worship and fellowship alongside each other. Willert began work in this area… Continue Reading
February Mission to Mbarara!
Thank you to the 12 American volunteers that came to Mbarara this past February to share the love of Christ with our Ugandan brothers and sisters. This part of Africa… Continue Reading
Trouble in Tanzania
Last week one of our ACT (Aids Combat Team) Men in Western Tanzania was robbed at gun point. Emmanual Bosco was travelling to perform video evangelism on his motor bike… Continue Reading
I broke my foot! I’m just getting back in the swing of things and I ran into a little bit of a speed bump. I played basketball this week with… Continue Reading
You are Welcome!
Well I am back in Uganda and I am finally getting down to writing another blog post. It is the short rain season here and we arrived just in time… Continue Reading
Resurrection, Ascension, and The Throne – 1 COR 15
Intro: The Biblical account of Christ’s bodily resurrection is not a stand-alone event in history; yet all to often we only think of it in terms of Easter and the… Continue Reading