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Heads Hearts & Hands in Uganda has been active all summer, feeding hungry families, continuing our medical services to patients identified in our 2019 clinic, and following up with those in spiritual need. We're writing to let you know about some urgent needs for which we are accepting designated giving through the end of of October 2020. 100% of your designated donations will be sent to their Ugandan recipients. In God's perfect timing, H3-Uganda was incorporated just last year and we have the ability to wire money quickly to meet these needs. 
In case you didn't see this update on social media, Pastor Rodgers Atwebembeire, the acting chair of the board of H3 Uganda, was kidnapped and robbed last week, along with his family and the young women that he and his wife care for. Machete-wielding robbers took high-value items from his home and members of his household were tied up and held hostage for seven hours. Rodgers is looking for a security system that will ensure the safety of his household in the future and his family needs counseling and care in the meantime. If you would like to donate toward these immediate needs, click here and make sure to note that the money is designated within the PayPal notes section, or on your check's memo line, for Pastor Rodgers.
Kennedy Sentamu, who has been a leader at New City Church and for H3 for years, has been accepted into distance learning through Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, to pursue an advanced degree in biblical counseling. We're so happy to support Kennedy as he seeks to serve the Ugandan church in this vital ministry. Here is a photo of him with his wife Vicky, his son Jesse and daughter Katelyn. If you would like to give towards Kennedy's tuition, click here and within the PayPal notes section or on your check's memo line, designate Kennedy.
Pastor Rodgers Atwembeire sent a report this summer detailing H3-Uganda's work to feed hungry families. 50 different families have received supplies and support from New City Church. Below, see photos of the food distribution. If you would like to support this ongoing work to feed the needy in Kampala, click here and donate via PayPal, designating "food" in the notes, or on your check's memo line.
We think you'll enjoy this update from our Ugandan patient coordinator, Robert Kalenzi:
This is Christian R. He is aged 27 born of a Kenyan mother and a Congolese father who are currently living in Kyaka Refugee Settlement in Western Uganda. His parents came to Uganda over 10 years ago after being displaced due to instabilities in Congo where they all lived. 

Riziki came to our clinic with paralysis and muscle wasting on his left side and continued general body weakness.... In the last few weeks, with your support he has been able to consult with a neurologist who recommended doing a number of tests including an MRI. After these tests at Nakasero Hospital and scan at The Woman's Place, no definite issue was found except high levels of LDH in his body...(
LDH is an enzyme which turns sugar into energy.)

As I write this now, the neurologist has put Riziki on nerve stabilizers to see how he will respond. Please continue to pray for him that our doctors will be able to assist him and that he will be able to receive treatment that will bring good health and strength to his body.

Thank you for your continued support of
Heads Hearts and Hands!

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