Danny Cunningham, President
Danny is a North American Mission Board (SBC) missionary working with the West Virginia Convention of Southern Baptist as a Church Planting Catalyst. He was first called to short-term missions in 1996 when he traveled to Haiti on a mission to drill water wells, providing clean water to villages. Danny continues to answer the call and has since been involved in both local and international mission efforts in areas such as Belarus, Moldova, and the Congo. Danny has been involved in Uganda since the spring of 2005. He also served as pastor (bi-vocational) of a Southern Baptist Church for 9 years. Prior to his call into full-time ministry, Danny’s vocation was a mechanic.
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Mike Coleman, Treasurer
Mike is a part-time United Methodist pastor serving three churches and he is also employed by the State of West Virginia. Mike first went to Uganda in 2008 in obedience to a call from the Lord. He has been active in Kanawha Valley Emmaus Community and has served as an advisor to KAIROS Prison Ministry of West Virginia. He is a co-founder of 4Him in Africa Ministries. One of his favorite bible verses is John 2:5, “Do whatever He tells you.”
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Uganda Ministry Team
Pastor Simon Ntambiirwe
Pastor Simon Ntambiirwe was born on the 24th of January in 1974 in the village of Kagongi and Mbarara district. He is happily married to Florence and they are blessed with 3 children, Solomon Ntambiirwe, Gospel Ntambiirwe, Jemimah Preacher, and Blessing.
Pastor Simon’s father’s name is Ntambirweki Charles and his mothers are Nantume Florence. His father was killed by the soldiers of the former president of Uganda, Apollo Milton Obote on June 14th, 1984. He has two sisters and two brothers and they grew up with their grandmother after the death of his father and his mother.
Pastor Simon was saved on the 25th Sept 1995 and God called him to be a missionary in July 1997. At that time he was under the ministry of the Entebbe Miracle Center Church in Entebbe. He worked under that church as a missionary until the 23rd of Nov. 2001 when God called him to plant Rehoboth Revival Miracle Center church in Rubindi Town, Mbarara district. Pastor Simon continues to serve there as the senior pastor.
Before planting Rubindi Miracle Center Pastor Simon planted 23 churches, which he believes was only possible by the grace of God. With one bicycle and a few personal belongings a few individuals, including Pastor Simon, would travel from village to village doing crusades and planting churches. His sister would help them with financial support when she could and other times they would have to find different methods to fund the work. Pastor Simon recalls one time they raised and sold tomatoes to fund the ministry.
Since 2009, Revival Miracle Ministries has planted or adopted 126 churches. Ninety-five churches were planted by the ministry and thirty-one churches were adopted into the ministry. Also, the ministry now supports three primary and one technical school. The Technical school was started to teach vocational skills to the young people of Uganda, especially those who have had to drop out of school due to the lack of school fees. These young people come from homes where there are single mothers, widows, and orphans and have little chance of finishing regular school. The primary schools are Mt. Hebron Christian Academy which is situated in Rubindi town, Life Song Miracle school in Ibanda District, and Ebenezer Hope Miracle school which will open in Kamwenge in January 2013.