more than 2,700 million people, who is more than two thirds of makind, have yet to be evangelized. we are ashamed that so many have been neglected; it is a standing rebuke to us and to the whole. there is now, whowever, in many parts of the world unprecedented receptivity to the Lord Jesus Christ. We are conviced that this is the time for churches and pare church agencies to play earnestly for the salvation of the unleashed and to laucnh new efforts to achieve world evangelism. Areduction of foreign missionaries and money in an evangelized country may sometimes be necessary to facilitate the national church's growth in self-reliance and to release resources for un evangelised areas. Missionaries should flow ever more freely from and to all six continents to a spirit of humble service. The goal should be, by all available means and at the earliest possible time, that every person will have the opportunity to hear, understand, and receive the good news. All of us are shocked by the povery of millions and disturbed by injustice which cause it. Those of us who live in influent circumstances accept our duty to develop a simple life style in order to contribute more generously to both relief and evangelism. (John. 9:4; mtt. 9:35-38; Rom. 9:1-3; 1cor.9:19-23: Mark.16:15: Isa.58:6-7:Jas.1:27;2:1-9: Matt.25:25.31-46: Acts.2:44.34.35).
Today it's me AIDS foundation is an indigenous independent non- profit, non-governmental organization concerned with the improvement of lives of destitute and vulnerable people infected and affected with VIH/AIDS epidemic and dedicated to carryout evangelism in the comunities.
Began in 2006 as a brain - child of Church leaders, Julius .M. Lwanga and Jessica Irene Lwanga. TOday it's me AIDS foundation started its work by coming to the rescue of the HIV/AIDS patients from the opportunistic infections and stigma. To achieve this, we opened up aclinic (wanyange medical centre) that offers free medication to the most disadvantaged persons living with HIV in Uganda.
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