Uganda Bible School

White Fields has a long history of working in Africa; in our early years, our focus was in Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Today we work in the country of Uganda. Thanks to partnerships with individuals and churches, such as the Shadow Mountain Mission Committee, our Director for Uganda Onesimus Ngoboka graduated with his M. Div. from Southern California Seminary in El Cajon, CA.

White Fields Ministry has committed to training and raising new pastors to serve the darkest and most forsaken villages with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Since opening the Uganda Bible school in August 2019, we have continued to educate our pastors and leaders in the church. James Fazio Th.M., D. Min. Dean of Bible and Theology, Professor of Biblical Studies, and Jeremiah Mutie Th.M, Ph.D. Professor of Theology and Church History from Southern California Seminary traveled to Uganda and taught our church leaders during the first week of the grand opening of the Bible school.

Burdened for his people and blessed with a gift of teaching and training young men and their families to become pastors, Onesimus leads our church planting efforts in Africa. Onesimus pictured with his wife, Betty.

Our pastors may not serve in large cathedrals surrounded by crowds of admiring church attendees, but they are diligent ministers going right into the villages to the homes of people who need the Lord. They stand up to persecution and boldly proclaim biblical truth against all opposition. Through our faithful partners in prayer and finances, we are seeing how God has blessed this area with our gifted leaders who will have the opportunity to keep growing in their biblical knowledge, and in turn, go out and keep preaching the gospel.

White Fields Ministry looks to transform an entire community, and as part of the local church’s outreach to the community, they have created a government certified school in their district. Graceland Elementary School. The school has Bible-based courses that teach children the word of God as well as traditional classes like science, reading, math, English, etc. This investment in the future will allow correct theology, discipleship, and Bible teaching to continue for years to come. Some of the children that attend our Elementary school will be our future leaders!