Peculiar Commission Family International Ministries is an evangelical, non-denominational, Bible-based ministry
We believe
that the Holy Scripture is God’s own word written by men as the Holy Spirit inspired them. It is an infallible record of God’s self-disclosure to mankind. The Scriptures are the authoritative and normative rule and guide of all Christian life, practice and doctrine. (2 Peter 1: 20 -21; 2 Tim 3:16-17)
We believe that theres is but one God, eternal, infinite, perfect and unchangeable
We believe
that there is but one God, eternal, infinite, perfect and unchangeable. God is one in His essential being, but in this one being there are three persons called Father, Son and Holy Spirit. (Gen 1:26; 11:7; Matt 28:19; Luke 3:21, 22; John 14:16)
We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is God. He became man when conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary (Isaiah 7:14; Matt 1:18) in order that He might redeem the sinful man. Christ became man without ceasing to be God. Christ redeemed man by voluntarily giving himself as a sinless sacrifice on the cross, a perfect atonement to satisfy God’s judgment against sin. (Matt 20:28; John 1: 29; Rom 3:25)
We believe that the Holy Spirit is the giver of life, convicts the world of guilt, in regard to sin, righteousness and judgment (John 16:8-11). Through the proclamation of the Gospel, He persuades men to repent of their sins and confess Jesus as Lord. He gives birth to new life and dwells in the life of those born again. (John 3:5-6). The Holy Spirit has come to glorify the Son, who in turn came to glorify the Father. He leads the believer into understanding the truth and application of God’s word. (John 14:15-17, 25, 26)
We believe that one is saved by the grace of God and not by character, law or good works
We believe
that the Holy Spirit is the active agent in our sanctification who seeks to produce His fruit in us (Gal 5:22-23). Though indwelling sin remains a reality, the Spirit of God comes to lead to knowledge of the Lord. In addition to regeneration and sanctification, the Holy Spirit also empowers believers to serve the body of Jesus Christ. While all believers are indwelt by the Holy Spirit at conversion, the scriptures clearly show the growing empowerment of the Spirit.
We believe that one is saved by the grace of God and not by character, law or good works. The death and resurrection of Christ are adequate for the salvation of all and offered to all. However, salvation is appropriated only by faith in Christ. Those who repent and believe in Christ as Savior and Lord are born again, adopted into the family of God and receive the gift of eternal life. (John 3:16; Rom 3:21-25)
We believe that the same Jesus who ascended to heaven (Acts 1:9-11) will come back. Those dead in Christ will resurrect from the rest of the dead, and the living believers who will be alive at the time of His coming shall be caught up in the air to join Christ. (1 Thess 4:13-18)
We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; the saved to the resurrection of eternal life and the lost to the resurrection of damnation and eternal punishment. (Rev 20:11-15; I Cor 15:51-57)
We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and that all true believers are members of His body, the Church
We believe
in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ and that all true believers are members of His body, the Church. We therefore believe that every believer should be a faithful member of a local church. (Eph 1:22-23; I Cor 12:12, 27)
We believe that the ministry of evangelism is a responsibility of both the church and each Christian. We are therefore called upon by the Lord to be His witnesses in both deeds and word of mouth. (Rom 10:9-15; Acts 1:8; Matt 28:18-20; I Peter 3:15)
Peculiar Commission Family International Ministries (PCFIM) is a Christian Non-profit organization and a family of friends committed to serving, loving God and neighbors while impacting lives of youth, children and women in impoverished communities of Uganda Africa through evangelism, discipleship, social involvement and leadership development.

We work with churches, organizations, schools & institutions, individuals and other like-minded partners to rise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle and dedicated to improving lives, capacity building and giving a future full of hope to vulnerable youth and children around Uganda communities.

Our focus “Children and Youth”

We serve children and youth in greatest need around the communities of Uganda, to relieve their suffering and to promote the transformation of their life conditions through evangelism, discipleship, social involvement and leadership development.
We endeavor to meet physical, social, educational and spiritual needs of children and youth, under our care, as part of our holistic approach to childcare and youth empowerment. We seek to provide education, shelter, food and clothing, health care, leadership and life skills, vocational training, in-kind support, child sponsorship and spiritual nourishment to disadvantaged children and youth, thus meeting the needs of the child and youth. PCFIM encourages all children and youth under our care to explore, discover and develop their gifts and talents and to pursue those gifts and dreams through education, training and mentoring and become fulfilled adults.
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Uganda is honestly the most beautiful country, the people, the food, the wildlife you will fall in love with it all.
Uganda is beautiful and richly endowed. If you have not made a trip to this beautiful East African country, then you cannot understand what “the Pearl of Africa” really is. Interestingly, though some people who have embarked on a Safari or Volunteer Trip to Uganda from the borders and beyond, appreciate the potential of Uganda as a tourist and adventurous destination
Uganda, a landlocked country across the equator in Eastern Africa bordering Lake Victoria in shores in south east, with no access to the sea. Its neighbouring countries are Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania, among others. The country is mostly plateau with a rim of mountains. The climate is tropical and generally rainy with two dry seasons (December to February, June to August). Uganda is a home to many tribes and languages, where you can enjoy and learn from different cultures. Luganda and Swahili are the widely spoken local languages in most parts of the country while English is the official language and fluently spoken by many natives.
Kampala is the Capital City of Uganda the City of Seven Hills
Kampala, the Capital City of Uganda, much like Rome was originally built, is spread over seven hills. Today as you stand on the hills within Kampala you are blessed with magnificent evergreen views intermingled with red tiled villas, green iron roofed bungalows and tall modern buildings surrounded by a lush green countryside and the nearby Lake Victoria. The City is often referred to as the greenest city in Africa; it is also the heart of Uganda, serving as the centre of commercial life and the seat of government. It is a vibrant modern metropolis adorned with many beautiful gardens and parks which provides a colourful oasis in the midst of the urban landscape for both the citizens and visitors to admire.

There are many attractions to see in Kampala to mention but a few : The Kasubi Tombs, which were the traditional royal tombs of the Kabakas of Buganda; The Namugongo Martyrs' Shrine, which commemorates twenty Ugandan Christians that were burnt alive in 1886 on the order of the Kabuki of Buganda; The Ugandan Museum featuring a display of Uganda's cultural heritage, and a vivid reminder of their fabled past; The National Theatre of Uganda, which opened in 1959 and is truly a national theatre for the people of Uganda;
When you think about dishes in Uganda always forget not Matooke - (green bananas but not plantain) boiled or steamed (mashed) cooked in or served with a sauce of peanuts, beans fresh fish or meat. Luwombo - A traditional dish from Uganda, in which a stew of chicken, beef, mushrooms or fish is steamed in banana leaves, also various vegetables, meats and  Ugali which is also known as Maize Meal is one the traditional food items. Roasted groundnuts, sesame, samosa and much more food items are the famous and common foods items in Uganda.
Among countries in the world, Uganda is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places to live in. despite all the socio-political challenges, this beautiful region has been identified as one of the relatively stable and prosperous African nations.
The travel to Uganda gives some more feeling about the wildlife which holds most of the national parks, Mountain Gorillas most attractive for the tourist and tree climbing lions which will be in Queen Elizabeth national Park and there other more parks for the kids and adults to enjoy and also for research. Game viewing is one of the popular activities of tourists. Boating, water sports, Hiking and mountain climbing are the culture that attracts the tourist to enjoy their trip to Sip Falls - Eastwards from Kampala, Nature Walks, Rock Climbing, Picturesque Water Falls & Early Man Cave Drawings, taking a Safari to Murchison Falls National Park -  Famous for the Great Murchison Falls, Launch Ride on the Nile, Game Viewing (Big 5), Bird Watching, Crocodiles, Lake Bunyonyi - the deepest lake in Africa, situates in the scenic hills of Kabale, (also known as the Switzerland of Uganda), Canoeing, Nature Walks, and Cray-fishing, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Westwards from Kampala.  Most famous for Gorilla Trekking, however, there is also a large variety of Birds and Primates, among many other beautiful places.
Now on the larger scale, Uganda steals the limelight. Perhaps why it is called the “pearl of Africa”. She is also beautiful for her natural wildlife resources.

“If you think of a place to travel in Africa, think of Uganda the Pearl of AFRICA”