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Wow! What a friend we have in Jesus.

As I look back over the past year and even further back over the past 12 and a half years heeding God’s call to follow Him to East Africa and war torn Uganda in particular, I see how Jesus has indeed been a friend that sticks closer than a brother. It has been an amazing journey of faith that grows better and better.

The vision God has cast seems to be ever picking up speed and causing us to feel that all we can do is believe and hang on. So much has happened in the past year that it is hard to consolidate it into one report.

Certainly the greatest area of growth at Restoration Gateway (RG) has been in the area of spiritual formation. Being on a front row seat to watch God add His people to His work has been so incredible. The...

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Only God can heal deep wounds. He uses people like you and me to do it.

Restoration Gateway exists to join Christ in restoring peace and healing wounds among the vulnerable children and war-torn people of Northern Uganda. 700 acres of land overlooking the Nile is being developed into a holistic, reproducible community through Orphan Care, Health Care, Empowerment, and Ministry to the Church.

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Meet Patricia, one of our wonderful Restoration Gateway children. This Christmas, you can sign up to sponsor Patricia or one of the many other Restoration Gateway children! From now until the new year, we will even send you a free Restoration Gateway shirt while supplies last!! The link to sponsor can be found in our bio.

At Restoration Gateway, we’re not just passionate about meeting the physical needs of children. We are passionate about empowering them to be the leaders of their generation. One way we do this is through our Oaks of Righteousness school. Our school currently has over 190 students from primary school to high school!

We are so thankful for our RG Mommas who nurture and care for our orphans! Meet Momma Teddy, who is the house Momma for Pod 1 House 1. Momma Teddy loves to make jewelry, cook, knit and sew, and loves black eyed pea leaves with okra. Momma Teddy loves the children in her house so well and we are so grateful for her!