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Our Ministry


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Five Churches serving more than 2500 weekly

In July of 2007, after 3 weeks of small village crusades ATK International planted the first Christian Church within a group of nearly 100% Islamic villages in Uganda. Since then, four more churches have been planted, as the ministry has expanded to more that 25 interconnected remote villages.

Every week ATK sets up speakers and instruments to conduct crusades and outreaches in different villages. We fervently praise and worship followed by a message to know Christ, and then more praise. Many bible studies are held each week lead by one of our five lead pastors. On Tuesdays Discipleship Class is held for all leadership and staff, and anyone else who would like to attend


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In 2015 a Christian primary school was built followed by a second primary school in 2017. 70% of the 600 students are from Muslim families. In February of 2019, ATK opened a High School serving S1 and S2 students. We are planning to add one grade level per year for the next four years to graduate S6 students. 


Fresh, clean water is NOT taken for granted in remote areas in developing countries. ATK has drilled three bore holes (water wells) and piped an artesian well bringing clean water to thousands. They are strategically placed very close to the schools and churches. Water borne illnesses have decreased significantly.  




CONCRETE BLOCKS AND PAVERS  began in 2017 as a way for high school boys to earn monies to go to school. These boys have made all the blocks, pavers, and concrete fence posts that were used in the construction of our high school. Soon we will be selling the blocks to the public, which will help finance the high school

PROJECT LYDIA began in 2010, with 10 women to help widows and abandoned wives to take care of their families.  Today approximately 350 women and 50 teenage students work with Project Lydia make jewelry, baskets, and handbags. One result: teenage marriage and pregnancy rates have significantly reduced because of hope of a better future. Many more girls are going to secondary school now.

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