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2018 Schedule Sept 24th - Dec 14th

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Paul and Pam Hunter are the real deal and their ministry is simply an extension of their lives.  It’s authentic and impacting.  It’s the kind of ministry that sneaks up on you and then before you know it, your life, your outlook, your attitude, your passions have all changed.  All to say that the ministry of Paul and Pam Hunter translates into genuine transformation of people.  I would entrust my own children to their care without reservation and that is about as strong of an endorsement as I could possibly give.

Brian Harrison

2016 Class

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When I made the decision to come to Uganda for One Step, I was very open to whatever God had planned and I didn’t have many expectations. But I did have hopes; hopes that these twelve weeks would challenge me,  grow me, and somehow maybe show me what God wanted for my life.

Hope for clarity, where He wanted me to be and what He wanted me to be doing. I wanted vision and a purpose. One Step was such much more than I hoped for and so much more than I even knew I needed.

I have discovered my vision and purpose.

But there was something bigger that God had to teach me: Identity.

Who am I? Where does my identity lie? I’ve learned much about myself over this course. How does God see me, who am I in Christ, and who He has made me be. I also learned the importance of identity and that knowing who I am is essential to successfully living out my purpose. The issue of identity and the way I see myself affects my view of many areas of life and realizing this has helped me in that first step to finding my purpose.

I’ve been equipped.

I’ve been empowered.

I’ve been activated.

I’ve been ruined and am ready for the next step!

Brenna Rae Vanderheiden

2017 Class

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One Step has opened my eyes to realize my true identity as a Son of God. This program has trained me to

  • always seek to please the Father
  • live in total freedom
  • have peace in the heart
  • be a giver not a taker
  • be an encourager
  • and to seek community glory.

Through ONE STEP I learned

  • how to become a powerful person who can't be limited by circumstances
  • how to handle a vision
  • the seven pillars of a healthy relationship (love, honor, self-control, responsibility, trust, faith, and shared vision).

My marriage has not remained the same ever since I joined ONE STEP. I was trained in how to keep my love on.  Now I am a better father and a better husband. My wife Resty can testify to this change.
My school project (FAITH JUNIOR SCHOOL for children from poor families) will not remain the same because this program has equipped me with more leadership skills and the encouragement to create change in my community (Kyampisi village in Kayunga District).

My passion to make disciples has now gone higher and the church am pastoring (CHRISTIAN FAITH CHURCH) can witness my doubled effort to make more disciples.
I have learned about different worldviews and was given intercultural communication skills. This has prepared me to minister in other parts of the world in case God opens the doors.
I extend my appreciation to Dad (Paul Hunter), Mum (Pamela Hunter), and Next Generation Ministries for the unconditional love given me and for facilitating me to be part of this life-changing program called One Step.  I also thank our peer mentors Prince Mukisa, Robert Hunter, Kelci Birchette, and Yves Senvio for the love, encouragement and direction given to all of us. May the Lord bless all our facilitators. May this program live longer to influence more lives of young people.

Joseph Kigula Onestep 2017/Pastor