Orphanage Support Center

Orphanage Support Center


Edwin Muganyizi

Follower of Jesus:

There are only a few people in Scripture about whom nothing negative is recorded. Daniel is one of them. Although he was enslaved as a war captive of the Babylonians, he was promoted to governor. His unshakable trust in his God’s goodness led him to intercede for Israel, confessing his own sins and those of his people. God heard his prayers, gave him incredible insight, and showed His great love for Daniel and his people, as well as to us through Daniel’s amazing book.

orphanage support center is non-prof-organization, we help poor people. Praise God!!! All friends and family partners on Facebook. This is the opportunity God has given us for projects of the Orphanage Support Center, to be with a good land where we can put our vision projects.

We ask that a man and a woman of God who has a touch in their heart to see this video to buy this land now, send us the money to help us buy this land. You can contact us via this contact [email protected], or you can send your support with Western Union Transfer by this name Edwin Muganyizi - Kampala Uganda. When you send it you can call us to confirm +256 774-556516. Thank you, my God bless your work.

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Hello, Follower of Jesus:
To be reminded of the story of the immortal God putting on a human body to bring you hope for life.
"And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth." John 1:14 (ESV)

Reflective Question:
What do you celebrate at Christmas? Presents? Food? Family? How can you keep your focus on the gift of Christ?
We’d love to pray with you. Respond to this email [email protected] with any prayer requests.

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follower of Jesus:
to be reminded that God is always present, available, and listening to your cries.

"I love the Lord, because he has heard my voice and my pleas for mercy. Because he inclined his ear to me, therefore I will call on him as long as I live." Psalm 116:1-2 (ESV)

Reflective Question:
• When has there been a recent time where you have felt God was not hearing your voice? That God was not hearing your prayers.
We’d love to pray with you. Respond to this email [email protected] with any prayer requests.

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o be reminded that God loves you approaching Him in persistent prayer.

”If you try to be kind and good, you will be blessed with life and goodness and honor.” Proverbs 21:21 (CEV)

Reflection Questions:

Do you keep pursuing God in prayer — or are there some things you have given up on?
What does it look like for you to ask, seek, and knock?
What are some prayers that you’ve given up on that need to be revisited?

We’d love to pray with you. Respond to this email with any prayer requests.

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Dear Follower of Jesus:

Deuteronomy 30:16 (CEV) says, "I am commanding you to be loyal to the Lord, to live the way he has told you, and to obey his laws and teachings. You are about to cross the Jordan River and take the land that he is giving you. If you obey him, you will live and become successful and powerful. On the other hand, you might choose to disobey the Lord and reject him. So I’m warning you that if you bow down and worship other gods, you won’t have long to live.”

Do you ever feel oppressed and strangled by the laws of God? Well, God’s commands bring the highest good. He cares for you. He has put commands in place to give you life, not to stifle it.


1 John 2:5-6 (CEV) reminds us that “we truly love God only when we obey him as we should, and then we know that we belong to him. If we say we are his, we must follow the example of Christ.”
I am sure you notice how often ads pop up on the internet luring you to click on the latest and greatest solution to whatever ails you. Do you have a hard time determining truth from empty hope? Even in religious matters?
for biblical guidance on how to discern truth in your life. Then, respond to this email [email protected] to let us know if we can help you determine what is true in the bible!


Lord, help me let go of my worries and trust You to take care of me and all of my needs. Thank you for being a gracious God who knows my thoughts from afar.


Dear Follower of Jesus:
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10)
The passage mentions God will strengthen you, help you, and uphold you. When has there been a time where you felt too weak emotionally and spiritually to even stand? Listen to prayer for God’s strength then respond to the email [email protected] or call +256774556516to let us know how you need God to uphold you!


Your current quality of life is directly related to the quality of your past decisions. Daily decisions may, more than anything else, reflect what is in your heart. Decisions are made in direct proportion to self-worth, identity and belief in the promises of God.
Since we are freewill beings created in the likeness and image of God who have authority over our own lives, we can rarely have a quality of life greater than our willingness to choose that life in every situation. Even when we are blessed or prospered by someone else’s kindness we usually lose or destroy it because it is beyond the scope of our personal beliefs.

We hope for good outcomes from our decisions about jobs, relationships and health, yet too often suffer disappointments. Many times our failure to choose the outcome God promised (which is, by default, failure to choose life) means that situation will go the way of the world. Because of past disappointment we are sometimes afraid to make a decision for a great outcome. But more than anything else we don’t know it is our choice, our right and our responsibility to choose life: an outcome based on the person and promises of God!

Always remember:
• Decisions come from beliefs.
• Decisions are a form of exercising our personal authority.
• Decisions are made from our perception; so if our perception is faulty so are our decisions.
• Decisions open the door to the grace of God and the grace of God empowers us to live our decisions.
• Decisions actually create the physical energy to accomplish the goal.
• Understanding how to accomplish goals follows decisions.
• Self-worth is the matrix around which all decisions are made.
• Failure to choose life is, by default, choosing death.
• Vows are internal decisions that we have not verbalized.
Making godly decisions moves us into the realm of the Kingdom of God with all its resources. Failure to make decisions creates a default to the world’s system. Kingdom living requires personal, daily decisions to have the outcome God promised!
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Dear Follower of Jesus: God is the same yesterday, today and forever -- and promises He will never leave or forsake His children. He says:
Though I live high above in the holy place, I am here to help those who are humble and depend only on me." (Isaiah 57:15)
Does it ever feel as if He is far away? If it does, would you write us a response to this email [email protected] or call us +256774556516 about it? Someone will be ready to pray with you and answer with guidance


Then Joseph being raised from sleep did as the angel of the Lord had bidden him, and took unto him his wife.
Matthew 1:18-24
Much attention is given to Mary and her piety, but Joseph was quite a man of faith, too.

Verse 18 says that Mary was "found" with child, implying that the pregnancy was observed by Joseph, not explained to him by Mary. And this was after Mary had been away visiting Elisabeth for three months! (Lk. 1:56) Certainly Joseph was tempted with the same thoughts that you or I would have been. How could she expect him to believe that this was a virgin birth?
As special as Mary was, she had an equally special young man for finance.

How many men would have believed such an incredible story even if an angel had told them in a dream? It took more faith on Joseph's part than it did on Mary's.
This is the way it always is. Those who hear of the vision or call of God second hand have to exhibit an even greater faith than the person who received the word from the Lord directly.

The scriptures don't mention whether or not Mary ever attempted to convince Joseph of the truth. What would have been the use? Only God could make someone believe a story like this. It is to Mary's credit that she trusted God and to Joseph's credit that he believed God. Today, do as the Lord bids you and trust God to take care of the rest.
We love you,
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In disciple - making CHRIST is our example for everything. We strive to become like Him by expressing the affection of His heart and by achieving His methods. What was Jesus like? How did He feel about his disciples? Let’s think about what He did and what we can imitate. [email protected] or call +256774556516


It's a new year, and I want to take a moment to say I appreciate you.
Thanks to you, many more teams, tools and language translations of “JESUS” reached people for Christ in 2016…and many more will hear the good news in 2017 through orphanage support center®.

And thanks to so many of you who gave during the year-end campaign. The challenge grant for orphanage support center teams was met!

Now please enjoy a warm thank you from around the world. It's thanks to you that JESUS" continues to reach people across the globe. It's because of your partnership and prayers that men, women and children come face to face with Jesus and experience new life in Him. [email protected] call +256774556516


God’s Faithfulness Each Year
God is Always Faithful ;Jesus answered, “I tell you for certain that even before Abraham was, I was, and I am.”John 8:58
One way God is not like us is that He is outside of time itself. This is not so easy for us to picture, but God explains clearly that He “inhabits eternity” in Isaiah 57:15. We're created beings living in time, so we experience time much differently than our God, who says “I am the first and I am the last.” (Isaiah 48:12). As we look forward to the New Year, how astounding it is to realize that God is already there! How can we relate to someone who says He is "the one who is and was and is coming?" (Revelation 1:8) What we experience in our lifetime has a lot to do with beginnings — and endings; Where is God in all of these times?
He Is.
We like to celebrate New Year’s Eve/Day, anniversaries, new beginnings, memories of friends and family, as well as just being in the presence of a loved one. Does God experience time as we do? Does He also like to look back and remember? Does He encourage us to make a fresh start? He does all of these things and more because He is not limited in time as we are. He lives outside of our time, but He is with us inside of our time also in the form of the Holy Spirit. “Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly I say to you, before Abraham was, I am.” (John 8:58) What does that mean? It means that Jesus is in the present with Abraham, just as He is present now with you and me. God’s faithfulness is a miracle. He is.
He Was.
God instructed the Israelites to look back on the way He had worked in their lives, to remember how He had saved them from slavery. Deuteronomy 5:15 says, “You shall remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the Lord your God brought you out of there by a mighty hand and by an outstretched arm; therefore the Lord your God commanded you to observe the Sabbath day.” We are also to remember that God’s faithfulness means that He has provided a way to save each person in the world through Jesus Christ, His Son. At just the right time (Galatians 4:4), Jesus came to give Himself as the perfect sacrifice for all sins of those who would trust his name. “By his one sacrifice he has forever set free from sin the people he brings to God” (Hebrews 10:14). He was our complete offering of sin. He has endured the suffering that sin causes and He triumphed over the raging power of sin by rising again. He was.
He Will Be.
For fellow believers, God will always be present with us in every step that we take from this point forward. He is accessible, available, listening, caring and completely present. He promised this to the Jews long ago.
In Genesis 28:15, he reminds His people of the promises in His covenant, “Behold, I am with you and will keep you wherever you go, and will bring you back to this land; for I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you.” He also promises us through Jesus that He will always be with us: “For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor any other created thing, will be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Romans 8:39 He will be.
Pray this week:Jesus, thank You for your promise never to leave or forsake me. You are the same yesterday, today and forever. Remind me always that You are fully present with me right now, and You promise that You always will be present in our lives fully. You are faithful. May I know Your presence in a very real way today. Amen.
How will you begin to more deeply understand that God is eternally present this New Year? God is always there for us [email protected] or call +256774556516


Why did God send Jesus?
Be sure of this: He is with us always, even to the end of the age.
Remember the things I have done in the past. For I alone am God! I am God, and there is none like me. Only I can tell you the future before it even happens. Everything I plan will come to pass, for I do whatever I wish.
Isaiah 46:9-10 As we are finishing the Christmas season, we are reminded that not only did Jesus come at this time, but He is always with us!
A mathematician once calculated that eight predictions of Christ's coming (like the ones in “Part 4” of our Jesus Booklet) had one chance in ten "quadrillion" (10,000,000,000,000,000) of being fulfilled in one person. Why did God go to such dramatic lengths to prove Himself?
He did it to “pitch His tent” with us John 1:1-18 sums up the mission of Jesus. He needed to become a man to live among us. Verse 14 literally says He "tabernacled," or "pitched His tent" with us. So that He could represent us before His Father, “He was tempted in every way that we are, but he didn't sin.” (Hebrews 4:15) “Because Jesus experienced temptation when he suffered, he is able to help others when they are tempted.” (Hebrews 2:18)
He did it to make us God’s children God became a human child to make children of God out of those who believe in Him. (John 1:12) He "made peace through the blood of his cross." (Colossians 1:19-20) The only way eternal God could die was by becoming flesh and blood like us. It showed us He "is not ashamed to call [us] his brothers and sisters." (Hebrews 2:10-15) This is one reason the celebration of what we have in common ("communion") with Him is so meaningful. (1 Corinthians 10:16)
He did it to “explain Himself Becoming human was the way God made Himself plain to us. Without Jesus' sacrifice, no one was worthy to be in the presence of God; "But God the only Son is very close to the Father, and he has shown us what God is like." (John 1:18)
He did it so we could remain and continue His work He wanted us to be fully convinced. “Who overcomes the world? Is it not the person who believes that Jesus is the Son of God?” (1 John 5:5) Jesus said, “As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” (John 20:21) In His earnest prayer before His arrest, Jesus asked that His followers could “be with Me where I am and to see My glory,” (John 17:24) Why are we not yet there? We have been left here to continue the public ministry of Jesus: “God is making his appeal through us. We speak for Christ when we plead, ‘Come back to God!’” (2 Corinthians 5:20)
Pray this week: Lord, thank you for coming to earth to be with us. I’m grateful for the chance to become a child of God. Please help me continue your work and to tell many others how they can come back to you. Amen. Send your massage through [email protected] or call +256774556516


Dear beloved of God, partners and dfriends, i
would like to ask you,to
pray for us, about our project of orphanage support center, our children need the food
and etc. so that take time pray for us. thank


Hello, follower of Jesus:

“You know that our Lord Jesus Christ was kind enough to give up all his riches and become poor, so that you could become rich.” (2 Corinthians 8:9)

Can any human act of generosity or humility be compared to what Jesus did? What change(s) does this inspire you to make about how you celebrate Christmas? Just respond to this email to let us know!


Second corinthian 2:14
begins with a note of preise:''thanks be to God ''paul says, who always leads us in triumphal procession in
preise and thanksgiving
are essential to authentic Christian living!!


John Lennon wrote a song called “Imagine” that says we should imagine that there is no Heaven, nothing to die for, no religion, and everybody living life in peace. There is no peace in this world without Jesus Christ. Imagine what this world would be like without Jesus Christ. It would be much worse than it is. Imagine what the United States would be like; much, much worse.

Without Jesus we would not enjoy many of the things that we take for granted today. Without Jesus there would be no nativity, no gift exchange, no family get-togethers, no bright lights, no “First Noel”, no “Silent Night”. In all seriousness, without Jesus we would not know the forgiveness of sin. We would all still be carrying our past sins. I am so glad Jesus came!

Our nation is on a dangerous track to remove the nativity and Jesus out of Christmas. Some places are refusing to allow employees to refer to Christmas in any way since it really is a Christian celebration. Many have managed to establish enough commercialization at Christmas time that many in our world could celebrate the season without including Jesus at all. Many are content to just leave Jesus out of Christmas. It's an oxymoron if I have ever hear one!
If we remove the nativity from Christmas in America, Christmas could degenerate into another Mardi Gras.

Mardi Gras was originally established by the church as a celebration dinner before a 40 day fast leading up to the passion of Christ on Easter. Mardi Gras has now become a drunken, n**e, immoral, decadent, heathen party that has nothing to do with the 40 day fast (lent), or with the passion of Jesus leading up to the resurrection.

I say we keep Christ in Christmas! We must remember that Christmas is all about God’s greatest gift to us and not about us giving gifts to each other. Giving gifts to each other is all fine, but when it dominates over the Christ in Christmas, our gift-giving becomes out of balance with the true value of the season.

If Jesus had never arrived, we would still be living under the old covenant of the Old Testament. Since Jesus had not yet come, it was just the law that they had to go by. Without Jesus, most of us would not have been included in God’s covenant people. At the time, God’s covenant was with the Jewish people. The Gentiles were not included in God’s plan in the Old Testament. We would not want to live our life under the old covenant. The old covenant was exclusive, not inclusive. The penalty for sin under the old covenant was death by stoning. It makes sense to think the Apostle Paul, who lived under both covenants said the new covenant is better than the old covenant.

We know the love of Jesus Christ, but just to imagine a world without Jesus is a very painful thought. I would rather face the worst of human tragedy and have Jesus in my life than to be without Jesus in my own life and never have any suffering or pain. The good news is that Jesus promises us eternal life without pain or sorrow! Now the most spiritual among us face pain and sorrow, but not in Heaven! The Spirit Jesus Christ is in our world as I speak, and even those who do not know Him live under His love and anointing.





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