Elisha's House Uganda
A Dormitory at Ekitangaala Ranch, North of Kampala, Uganda
Partnering with long-time friend and ministry partner, the late Colonel Wayne Daniel, founder of African Children’s Mission in Uganda, DSEA is thrilled to have helped build a dormitory for pastors, evangelists, and Christian workers who come to the ACM ranch for training and development classes, conferences, and Bible studies.
The dorm offers separate sleeping quarters and bathrooms for twenty-four men and women, and is furnished with bunk beds and a place to sit and study. We are thrilled to be able to help provide more comfortable accommodations for Ugandans who desire to study the Scripture and to learn more about Jesus!
DSEA partners with ACM to help sponsor national evangelists and feed and educate orphans every day; it is the prayer of DSEA that this dormitory will be an added blessing to many people who visit the ACM ranch.
The Elisha's House Dormitory was dedicated on October 1, 2016, with approximately 100 people in attendance, and included special moments of song, scripture, and prayer, words of exhortation by Wayne Daniel and David Stockwell, and personal remarks by Amy Stockwell. Elisha's House was built in honor of Amy's parents, Mary Frances and Oscar Stuart, who have both gone home to be with the Lord. The Stuarts were strong Christians and bold witnesses for Christ, who often housed traveling evangelists and missionaries in their home in Mississippi, USA in a bright and beautiful finished attic suite which they named “Elisha’s Room,” after the story of the room prepared for the prophet Elisha by the Shunnamite woman and her husband in 2 Kings 4:8-10.
DSEA is now working a similar project in Zimbabwe. Please contact Amy Stockwell at [email protected] if you are interested in helping make this a reality.