Building Communities in Uganda
Catch the Fire Worship Flags is a partner with New Chapter Vocational Training Center to transform lives among an under-served segment of Uganda’s rural population so that they are liberated from vulnerability that comes from generational poverty.
Supporting New Leaders
We believe the next generation are leaders for today. Catch the Fire Worship Flags partners with organizations like YWAM and Circuit Riders to support young leaders who inspire their generation to love Jesus and be on mission with Him.
Unreached People in Bhutan
Imagine if your business license was revoked because you talked about Jesus in public. Despite that, the church in Bhutan is growing. Catch the Fire Worship Flags supports Bhutanese Believers who bring the good news of Jesus Christ to remote areas of unreached people.
vocational training & spiritual discipleship
Transforming lives among an under-served segment of Uganda’s rural population so that they are liberated from vulnerability that comes from generational poverty.
Most non-government organizations (NGO) are concentrated in urban areas. There is a lack of education & training centres in rural Uganda due to a lack of necessary infrastructure such as water, electricity, and human resources.
As a result, many underprivileged people in rural areas don’t have an opportunity to receive education which could improve the standard of living for themselves and their community because they cannot afford the high cost of studying in schools located in urban centres.
Without an opportunity for advancement, people are stuck in a cycle of poverty which leads to a lack of purpose, depression, and high suicide rates. Those affected by poverty often develop destructive coping skills such as gambling, drug abuse and prostitution.
To transform lives among an under-served segment of Uganda’s rural population so that they are liberated from vulnerability that comes from generational poverty.
To provide immersive (live/work) Christian discipleship and vocational training in rural areas in order for individuals to effectively provide for their own families while providing skills that benefit their rural community and contribute to Uganda’s economy.