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When you join us for a Hope Encounter in Uganda, you will be part of bringing the hope of the gospel to people who need Jesus. You'll encounter children, leaders, and communities who need the hope of the gospel. Ultimately as you encounter children, families, leaders, and communities, you'll find that you, too, need the hope of the gospel.
Encounter Jesus.


Reserve a Trip
Our team in Uganda is eager to host your team with a great itinerary, lodging, and transportation. You'll have several options for ministry opportunities that will help others encounter the true hope found only in Jesus.

On my mission trip to Uganda I visited Bethany Village and was able to get a feel for Uganda and see the beautiful country and people.  I loved it immediately!  I had the opportunity to share Christ in nearby villages and play with the school children.  I was so drawn to the people and the culture that I returned for a second trip a few months later.  It is amazing to consider how God used an Africa Renewal trip not only to change my life but also the lives of hundreds of others.  

Holly W.

God used my trip to Uganda to soften my heart and expose me to a completely different part of the world.  He opened my eyes to see, softened my heart to love others and foster relationships with people, and help me grow in my faith.  Every time I travel to Uganda God pushes a reset button on my heart and brings into great clarity what is truly important in my life.

Richard L.

I had the tremendous opportunity to visit Africa Renewal in Uganda.  While I've worked with many international mission groups - Africa Renewal is different!  Their vision is abundantly clear from the moment you meet them - changing their country from the inside out by equipping the next generation of young leaders with an education and a firm faith in Jesus. A highlight for me was seeing the child I sponsor and his family - hugging them and praying with them was something I'll never forget.

Adam K.