How do I know if I will be effective on the mission field?
Missionary service is both physically and emotionally demanding. Talk with your pastor, or others who have served on the mission field about any concerns you may have. You may also consider becoming trained to serve as a missionary.
How do I apply to serve with Trust Future Uganda?
Meet with your local pastor to discuss your intention to serve; your church’s recommendation is an important step in the application process. Contact us at email@example.com about the current needs and available opportunities. Our phone number is ; +256 752976020, +256 706667888.
Are there any physical requirements for service?
Physical health and fitness is an important aspect of most missionary work. The terrain in Uganda is different, and our missionaries often have to walk many miles, or use motocycles(bodaboda) to get from place to place. Our outreach projects include feeding programs and health clinics set up in remote areas, so a missionary must be able to walk an average of six miles a day and be able to lift 20-30 pounds.
Do I need to save a specific amount of money before I go?
Missionaries at Trust Future Uganda live “by faith,” as such our missionaries must raise their own support.
What does a missionary do on a typical day in Uganda?
Three days a week, missionaries in Uganda spread the Light of the Gospel, while sharing and demonstrating God’s love to the poorest of the poor in Uganda. Depending on their talents, missionaries may work in construction, medical clinics, schools, horticulture training, the orphanage or any number of outreach projects.
How will I communicate with family and friends?
Although needing to frequently travel into the remote areas we refer to as “regions beyond,” our volunteer missionaries typically live at With in the community where the organisation is based, where they have periodic access to the internet. Social media and email are the most time-efficient and cost-effective means of communication in this country.