John Bosco

Recent Ministry

We thank God for the funding and support of White Fields Ministries, without which we would not have seen this rapid progress in our ministry.

Bauru is a woman in her forties whose son was kidnapped. She came to us asking for prayer and for two days we fasted and prayed for her son to be found. He was recovered, and we are grateful to God for keeping him safe.

Different ministries exist in our church to benefit the individuals in their daily lives. The adults formed an association to help each other purchase household utensils for their homes. Evelyn was able to afford household utensils through the combined efforts of the group. The youth started a piggery project. They have one pig that is four months old. They are sharing in the care of the pig, and when it gives birth, they will share the piglets.

Praise the Lord for the positive impact of the church on the community.

  • Pray for Bauru and her son to recover from their traumatic life event.
  • Pray for the ministries of the church to thrive and for the adults and youth to continue working together to benefit the whole group.

Asaph and his wife have no children. Asaph is twenty-four, and his wife is nineteen. They had been renting a one-room house. Asaph is a boda-boda rider and ran away after failing to pay the rent that had accumulated for a long time. His wife returned to her mother-in-law after being chased away from the house. She reads the Bible at the church and is the church secretary. We pray that God will provide them with the money to clear their outstanding debt and to build their own home.

  • Pray for Asaph and his wife to be able to pay off their debt and have a fresh start for the future.

We are training the congregation to participate in the ministry by reading the Bible and learning how to interpret it as well as teach others. Ambrose is in his mid-twenties and is being trained to lead the Nyampiki fellowship. Edian is an elder in the church and between him and his wife they are encouraging the youth. Evelyn is a choir leader and excels at encouraging other members to persevere in serving God. We pray for these individuals to be blessed by serving God and for those who do not have Bibles to be blessed with a Bible so they can read God’s Word.

  • Pray for the leaders and elders of the church to grow in their faith and persevere in serving God.
  • Pray for the provision to give Bibles to individuals who do not yet own a Bible.

Through the door to door evangelism in the community, we visited seventeen families this past month and talked with a total of sixty-two people. We held an overnight prayer with an audience of people from many different areas. Pastor Robinson and Osbert preached at this gathering from Psalms 91:14-16. Twelve people accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.

“Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him;
    I will protect him because he knows my name.
When he calls to me, I will answer him;
    I will be with him in trouble;
    I will rescue him and honor him.
With long life, I will satisfy him
    and show him my salvation.”

Psalm 91:14-16 (ESV)

Christine is fifty-five years old, she loves to fellowship with us but has not come to the church. Instead, she invites us to her house to pray with her anytime she encounters a problem. She is close to salvation but has not yet surrendered her life to God. Denis has been talking with me and attended the overnight prayers but also has not decided to follow Jesus.

  • Pray for the outreach and evangelism to draw new people to become believers.
  • Pray for those who are still considering salvation to have all their doubts removed and to fully accept the saving grace only possible through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

Praise the Lord for pastors willing to preach the truth to their community

Pastor John Bosco & Family

Pastor John Bosco’s Ministry

My name is John Bosco, and I am a Pastor in the Kigaaga area of Rukungiri, Uganda. Our church is one of several strategically networked churches seeking to bring the good news of the Gospel to the poor and hopeless in our community. I became a believer in Jesus after my brother attempted to have me murdered several years ago. You can read my testimony here. I have a beautiful wife named Scovia who works alongside me in ministry in addition to my two sons and one daughter. We served for several years in our church and were disciplined and trained for positions of leadership. In 2017 with the help of White Fields we were sent out to plant a new church in Kigaaga.

Kigaaga is an agricultural trading center where most of the people farm or raise cattle, pigs, and chickens. Witchcraft and demonic activity are prevalent here. The Catholic and Anglican churches teach that it is okay for their members to get assistance from demonic forces and explain that their church can only do so much. We stand as a beacon of hope teaching the freedom that Christ gives us from the wrath of sin. Numerous people have been freed from demonic oppression after running to our church for help. You can read these stories in previous updates on our archive page. In 2017 we purchased land and began constructing a permanent church building as a symbol of our long-term commitment to this community.

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Several of the activities I do on a daily, and weekly basis includes:

  • Leadership training every Monday with our mother and sister churches.
  • Trade skills class for women in our church to increase their income.
  • Evangelism outreach with 5 members of the church.
  • Organize a dance ministry for the youth in our church called Kingdom Steppers.
  • Conduct house visits to homes in our community.
  • Friday night prayer from 6 pm to 1 am.
  • Lead church fasting from Friday night to Sunday morning.
  • Teach Bible Study class on Saturday evenings.
  • Sunday morning Bible study class for young leaders.

My wife and I are committed to ministering to the people in our community and seeing them transformed from darkness to light. Thank you for your support of national church planters and the unreached in our community.