Abundant Life Crusades
Tony and Marge Abram have been sharing God's Good News for over 64 years!


VOL. 52 No. 10

In this month’s ‘Good News’ report we are featuring the country of Uganda.  Last month (Uganda Report #1) we shared 20 of the ministers we started supporting earlier this year.  This month, we have taken on 5 more and added 5 more orphans to those we are supporting.

I remember years ago, when Marge and I stopped in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to see T.L. Osborn and his wife Daisy.  We were talking with Sister Osborn when Brother Osborn came out of his office and hugged me tightly saying, “Tony, you will never be the same.”  I did not know what he was referring to and asked. He said “Tony, you just came back from almost a year in Africa. You will never be the same.”

This is true. If you have any preach or any ministry in you, the Africans will bring it out of you.

Our largest crusades have been in Africa where we have seen thousands come to Christ and hundreds healed.  One crusade in Nigeria there were more than 4,000 people testifying of a miracle of healing in just one crusade.  In another city the lights went out in the whole city, yet the 50,000 that came to the crusade found that lights were only working on the fair grounds we were using for the crusade. Signs and wonders!

I have been asked, “What is a wonder?” I answer, “It is something that makes you wonder.”


All these national workers are being supported.

Tony and Marge Abram

Our love of ministry for Africa has never dimmed. This is why we have gone to many nations of Africa and why we are supporting so many workers there who are winning souls to Jesus. On this page and on the back, you will see 5 photos of National Workers (pastors, evangelists) and 5 new orphans that we have taken on by faith to support.

The cost of the ministers to keep them on the front lines of evangelism, winning souls, is only $25.00 per month and for full support of the orphans it is $15.00 per month. It is unbelievable that in the USA and Canada, many people working make these amounts per hour.

Our ministry with folks like you, make it possible for our ministry to support 20 orphans and more than 120 National Ministers so that 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, someone supported by this ministry is out there preaching the Gospel and winning souls to Christ.

The size of the country of Uganda is 91,135 sq. miles or 236,040 sq. km, slightly smaller than the state of Oregon. Uganda is a landlocked country. The terrain is mostly plateau with a rim of mountains. Its highest point is Margherita Peak on Mount Stanley which stands at 5,110 m (16,000 feet). Uganda's lowest point is Lake Albert at 2,000 feet.

The climate is tropical; generally rainy with two dry seasons (December to February, June to August). The northeast of Uganda is semi-arid and therefore drier. The country is generally very fertile with many lakes and rivers. Just over 27 million people live in Uganda. Life expectancy is around 51 years. Birth rate is on average 6.7 per woman. 4.1% of the population is believed to have HIV/AIDS. Literacy rate is just under 70%.

With so many not able to read you see how important it is for the preaching of the Gospel. It is a very poor country where only Jesus our Lord can make the difference. These orphans are very precious and it would be good if you would lay your hand on their pictures and also on the 5 new national workers and pray for them, for the orphans that they may grow up to be followers of Jesus and for the workers that they will win many to Christ.

James 1:27 (KJV) Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.

2 Corinthians 6:1-2 (KJV) We then, as workers together with him, beseech you also that ye receive not the grace of God in vain. 2 …. behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation.

Pray for us that we may continue to be good stewards of what God has called us to do.

God bless you.

Tony & Marge


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