HFN International Mission Trip to be announced shortly
Heart for the Nations International will be engaging into mission work in Uganda. HFNI will be looking to build a team that can effectively work with local doctors, nurses, teachers, pastors, ministries and local community members. The goal will be to conduct a 3-4 day medical camp to provide primary medical care, support rural churches and engage with our team, partners and community outreach with other identified initiatives.
Some of the opportunities are as follows:
Assisting teachers and staff at Paradise Primary School
Youth engagement with His Love Ministries Team
Engage in a 3-4 day medical camp in the village of Nsaggu near the capital of Kampala
Ministry opportunities through-out rural churches in Uganda
Doctors and Dentists need to apply for a temporary medical practice permit at least 3 months in advance
No previous experience needed in support areas
Must be able to adapt culturally and to follow directions of team leaders
Must be able to physically withstand long air travel, rough roads and simple lifestyle
Must have a heart of compassion and a desire for service
Must take part in fund raising initiatives to fund the mission tripM
Must have a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate
Must fill out an application form that will be available on this web page shortly
Must attend designated preparation meetings
For more information please contact Pastor Rick Brzezicki:
email@example.com or call 780-914-3115
Nov.-Dec. 2021 Missions
The above photo is taken in Bundibugyo where the team with Pastor Carol Brzezicki handed out reusable female sanitary pads
Pastors Rick and Carol Brzezicki are back from a Uganda Mission tour of seven churches in 4 regions. The tour included two, two day conference/revival meetings of which approximately 500 meals were served funded by this ministry. HFNI also distributed through the direction of Uganda's His Love Ministries about 200 feminine washable pads whereby changing the lives of women who cannot otherwise afford these kinds of products.
Overview of 2021 Mission Trip to Uganda
Thank you to everyone who supported financially and prayerfully to the 2021 mission. That was so important for the preparation and fulfillment to what needed to be done. During the next few months, HFN will provide details of where we ministered as well as the concerns that are realities in the communities that were visited. The primary focuses were to re-establish priorities with our partners in a post COVID-19 era, take part in community led conferences support churches and leaders and to provide support for women by supplying them with washable sanitary pads
Priorities going forward will still remain virtually the same. Supporting churches, medical camps, conferences and youth. Our mission is built on community led ideas and engagement.
Community Led Conferences:
This trip was a crucial trip for pastors, church leaders and congregants to be able to come together and be ministered to by someone from the outside. We were able to speak strength and hope into the lives of 700-800 people, in 7 churches in various venues through-out Uganda. We went from Kampala district to Fort Portal, Kikongo, Kibito, Bundibugyo, and Kasese. We were able to encourage, preach the Gospel and hand out sanitary pads to the ladies.
Washable Sanitary Pads:
Thanks to UpSkapes Ministries in Edmonton, we were able to distribute reusable feminine hygiene products to woman in areas where they are not able to afford them. Without these pads, women would not be able to go to work during their specific times of month and teen girls would miss school. These pads were well received by the community because it ensured the well being of woman and teens during their times of month. They now are able to go to work and not suffer the financial loss of not going and girls are now able to attend classes at school without missing crucial class time. The burden is lifted and normal life can continue.
Thank you for visiting our website and please check back in a few weeks when we will update you on more information on our mission trip to Uganda.
Two pictures above show living in the community with our family, Linda, Ivan and the children. On a mission trip we do not stay in hotels but live with and support our local families. All team members stay with families, when able.
Pastors Rick and Carol Brzezicki sharing on Voice of Toro Radio Station in Fort Portal
Feb. 2020 Uganda Medical Camps
Through the years of engaging community needs in Africa, Heart for the Nations International has evolved in providing the needs of relieving the effects of poverty through conducting medical camps in Uganda.
Heart for the Nations has fully funded two medical outreaches in the rural area of Nsaggu, just outside of Kampala City. We have also brought support volunteers including a doctor and registered nurses.
Our goals are committed to bringing the active Gospel of Jesus Christ through meeting the medical needs of those who cannot afford treatment or care due to poverty.
Our medical camps include the active partnership through I AM SAYS the Lord Ministries and Destiny Doctors. Heart for the Nations supplies the funds and volunteer resources of the Missions trips, that have treated over 1,500 patients over a period of 6 1/2 days throughout the years of 2019 and 2020.
It's important to know that the activities are in full cooperation with the Ugandan MInistry of Health, licensed through our partners, Destiny Doctors.
We have full reports available upon request of our Medical Camps should you want to view them.
Some activities included in the Medical Camps are:
Ministering the Good News of Jesus Christ through word and action.
Hygiene and Nutrition workshops.
Doctors for diagnosis and treatment.
Minor surgical procedures.
Free dispensing of Pharmaceuticals.
Health counselling for specific diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, HIV/AIDS and more.
Distribution of reading glasses.
Distribution of reusable feminine pads.
Provide referrals to hospitals for critical conditions.
Our next Medical Camp Mission was originally scheduled for December 2020, but due to COVID-19, the mission will be rescheduled.
For more information please do not hesitate to call us. Please consider a donation towards our efforts or even applying for a future mission trip.
Heart for the Nations and Partners Team Picture
Heart for the Nations Team Purchasing Lab Supplies for Medical Camp
Medical Camp Activities, Including Patient Educational Consultations by Heart for the Nations Canadian Nurses
HIV Consultation Patient Triage