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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Disciple & Outreach program is a collaborative ministry for the promotion and development of DISCIPLE Bible Study ministries
in local churches and other outreach settings. Disciple & Outreach Program is an incorporated ministry.
To open the hearts of many congregations to the needs of school, hospital and prison ministry and missions in general.
Inmates who attend local churches on passes for worship and other programs have witnessed the breaking down of many
barriers, such as race, fear, and misunderstanding that divide God’s people.
Restoring lives together
To develop and strengthen Bible study ministries in local churches and in outreach settings - especially schools, hospitals &
prisons - which will transform lives, make disciples, and empower Christians for outreach ministry.

Our Discipleship Academy is designed for congregational and community growth and development in the Word of God.
DISCIPLE Bible Study transforms the lives of persons who participate in a biblical and spiritual journey in ways that nourish the
congregation while fostering an community environment that nurtures and encourages people to live as disciples of Christ.
The DISCIPLE Bible Study program is designed to develop strong local churches through the in-depth study of Scripture.
Through DISCIPLE, persons are strengthened in their faith and guided into service and ministry. Strong, biblically nourished
leadership will help your church grow in vitality and Christian discipleship.

What to Expect
The purpose of DISCIPLE Bible study is “to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.”
~Ephesians 4:12. What you can expect from the DISCIPLE Bible Study program is a biblically nourished person committed to
live as disciples. Persons taking part in this study will learn the meaning of servant leadership, which is the term practiced
within Faith Community Church -- "Servant-Leader."
DISCIPLE aims at transformation, not just information.

• Why Study DISCIPLE?
• The DISCIPLE Group
• Commitment and Time Involved


This is a foundational question and the answer is biblical supported in both Old and New Testament Scripture. DISCIPLE is a
program of disciplined Bible study aimed at developing strong Christian leaders. It focuses on the disciple as learner, believer,
follower, proclaimer, and servant while providing the fellowship of a small group for study, prayer, preparation, support, and

DISCIPLE assumes that the Bible is key to renewal in the church and affirms that the canon was formed as it is in order for
God to speak to us. The study gives the Old and New Testaments equal time, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a
revelation of God and draws upon the work of scholars to aid understanding of the Bible.


DISCIPLE is based on the model of Jesus and the twelve disciples. Small groups between 4-14 formed and gather for weekly
study. We have found that fewer members can limit the discussion, and if a member or two leaves the group, it becomes
much harder to continue. Having more than 14 members can also limit discussion, with too many people involved, and make
it easier for persons to be less prepared and committed to the study.

The Lead Leader’s commitment will include:
Inviting group members who gather as a cohort to study, share and grow together as a Christian community and as
followers of Christ.
Guiding an orientation session and all the weekly study sessions of two and one-half hours each.

The group members’ commitment will include:
Studying about forty-five minutes daily in preparation for the weekly study session.
Participating in session and all of the weekly study sessions.

The successful, productive group will covenant together for full commitment to study and prepare and to attend and
participate. We recommend following the biblical pattern of Sabbath rest after six days of study.

Small group members may come from all walks of life, may or may not be members of the church, or may be first time or experienced students of the Bible. Regardless of their background, groups covenant together in terms of commitment of time, daily and weekly preparation, and attendance at all weekly sessions.

Small groups are led by "Lead Learners" throughout the entire study. DISCIPLE graduates who lead other studies of DISCIPLE but have never been to training usually approach the DISCIPLE materials and group process in the same way they first experienced it. Training offers hands-on experience with the resources and the additional components used with each study and provide understanding and practice of small-group leadership skills, the philosophy, the format of the material, and the weekly group schedule.

Commitment and Time Involved
DISCIPLE can reach its fullest potential when group members prepare, attend weekly sessions, and participate fully.