Fundraising Dinner, Barn Dance & Hayride

Learn about and support the Ochoa Tribe’s work in Uganda; meet the Tribe, and enjoy a delicious fundraising dinner, a barn dance, and hayride!

David and Rhonda Ochoa, along with their family, have been performing important mission work in Northern Uganda for more than ten years, working with children and orphanages, bringing knowledge of malaria prevention, more sustainable gardening, prayer, and the presence of God’s love.

On Saturday, September 14th, you’ll have a chance to meet David, Rhonda, and their Tribe, and to support this important mission. You’ll learn about their discipleship, and how they are working through Christ to break the cycle of poverty, abuse, and spiritual famine many children in Uganda face.

All are welcome: Suggested Donation: $10 / Person or $50 Max / Family.

Your ticket covers admission to the Ranch, Dinner, and Drinks. Hayrides available (weather permitting) for an additional donation.

Find out more about the Ochoas and their work at OchoaTribe.Org.

Firm Foundations

Working with 29 Ugandan churches, the Ochoas are translating Firm Foundations into Leblango, a language spoken by nearly 2 million people in this region of Northern Uganda.

Firm Foundations is a Bible Study consisting of 50 fundamental lessons, from Creation to the death and resurrection of Christ, written in a God-Centered approach and designed with Tribals in mind.

All of your donations directly support the translation of Firm Foundations.

A couple of quick facts about why the Ochoa Tribe’s mission work is so important:

Uganda is one of the poorest nations in the world, with nearly 40% of the population living on less than $1.25 a day. Despite some progress, poverty remains deep-rooted in the country’s rural areas, where the Ochoas work, which are home to 84 percent of Ugandans.

In addition, 38% of the population has no access to clean water, and up to 70% are without modern sanitation.

With your support on Saturday, Sept. 14th, the Ochoas can make progress helping these children and their families.

All are welcome: Suggested Donation: $10 / Person or $50 Max / Family.