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Welcome to Missionary Ventures Great Britain and Europe.

 We are an international mission organisation and a UK registered charity committed to preaching the gospel and making disciples to impact the nations for Christ. 

Our mission is to provide Christians and churches with great opportunities to get involved in what God is doing around the world.

We do this in three main ways

sending short-term mission teams overseas, raising up short and long term missionaries together with administrating and raising funds for programmes and projects.


We are beginning to make some real progress as you will see from the photos below.

The land has been bought, site cleared, bore-well drilled, foundations laid, building the ground floor medical centre and first floor children’s home is underway.

Praise the Lord!  Despite inflation and the strengthening of the Indian Rupee against the pound and dollar making life difficult, due to the very  generous giving from many churches, individuals and a range of fundraising initiatives we are making some great progress.

Hugo driving the 4x4Phew.... after travelling 8975 km/5576 miles we finally arrived back home from a 6 week ministry trip. The travelling distance was much, however, the roads in Africa are always 'interesting'!? Especially when we travelled on a specific road in Mozambique that was gravel/dirt road with some tarred pieces of road here and there. We also experienced many road works and detours in Zambia on route to Malawi. We spent 4 weeks in Sinazongwe, Zambia, conducting children's ministry and then travelled onto Lusaka in Zambia, central Malawi and 

Kathy and Nigel Harding - Kampala, UgandaKaramoja ChurchKaramoja Churches

In March, Nigel Harding was able to leave his pastoral duties for a week, to check on ministry activity in Karamoja. Some months prior we had sent funds to Pastor Robert Olupot of PAG churches in Moroto, received from Missionary Ventures International, for the construction of two churches on Mount Moroto. It was amazing to visit these new churches, and especially to hear the children rejoicing over what God was doing among the Tepeth people. We have just received news that another church has recently been planted higher up the mountain. A spiritual mountain fire has begun.

Can you help?

Showing the need for a Landrover in Uganda, Kitgum: Rex and Melinda

We’ll update you with progress as
God provides. 

If God leads you to give go to Just Giving page and click on the Donate button, or you may wish to send your donation through our PayPal page.

If you wish to send a cheque through to us please make it payable to: Missionary Ventures and find our address here.

Please state on the method you choose that it's for:
"Rex and Melinda, Uganda” – Thank you.

Brad and Camie Matlack - Missionaries in Nairobi, Kenya These sweet kids live in a section of Ngando that was also affected by the flooding.These sweet kids live in a section of Ngando that was also affected by the flooding.

When the days are long, dry, hot and dusty, we all long for rain.

The gardens need rain.

Water for our homes becomes a problem. And the dust is just everywhere!

But, it seems that this year, things don't come to Nairobi in moderation. Because this last week, the rains came... with a vengeance.

Ikithelo schoolThis has certainly been an eventful year, both personally and with the ministry.

Mpho a young studentWhats new for me? I have started a reading program at Ikhethelo, the orphanage run by Kate's new husbands parents. There are about fifty children living in various houses run by house mothers.

They have recently started a school where other volunteers and I are helping to make a difference to these children's lives. Princess and I are running the reading program and I am excited to see the difference this program will make in their reading abilities.

The sewing and baking classes are going well, however with new challenges of load shedding we are having to be creative without electricity. During the month of May, many of our ladies are enrolled in a course run by 'World Changes ' This course runs for four weeks and covers essential life skills. Included is how to write a CV. interview skills, healing from the past etc.