Walking by Faith, Not by Sight

Walking by Faith, Not by SightWe walk by faith, not by sight . . . while we do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. (2 Corinthians 5:7; 4:18) The Christian life is a walk. It is comprised of day by day steps from where we are to where the Lord wants us to go (both spiritually and geographically). This walk is undertaken by faith, not by sight. "We walk by faith, not by sight."
Walking by sight is the natural manner by which human beings walk. This is true both for literal walking, as well as for taking the proverbial journey through life. When engaged in physical walking, people rely upon visual data (along with input from other human senses: like sound, smell, and touch). Likewise, as the unredeemed are engaged in their trek through life, they set their course and proceed by that which their natural abilities provide. We who know the Lord Jesus Christ cannot walk in this manner in His kingdom. We must walk by faith, by depen… Sharing Audio, Video to Enhance Learning

Image E-LEARNING PLATFORM FOR UGANDA is a new initiative by Sir. MUNYAGWA NICHOLUS KUSIRIKA. the website has a great set of video and audio lessons explaining some key ICT and Computer Studies concepts. Nicholas is an ICT teacher at Nakamwa SSS, but he is also does school music composition and software development at bedhesoft company, the creator of the popular ELECTRONIC SCHOOLS' INFORMATION SYSTEM esis being used by several Ugandan schools. He earned the "SIR" title from his highness the King of Buganda after composing the "EBINYIGA OBUGANDA " single that portrayed all historical and political challenges of Buganda in only 3 minutes. The videos and school music can all be found on his Bedhesoft Filming channel on Youtube. Benefits of using Media to in the education Research suggests that people learn abstract, new, and novel concepts more easily when they are presented in both verbal and visual form. Other empirical research shows that visua…

Counting the Cost of Makerere University Closure

Since November 1st 2016 when Makerere University was closed following a directive by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in response to the university teaching staff strike and violent protests by students, many people have suffered and continue to count losses every single day the university remains closed.
The immediate suffering was experienced by the students themselves who were given hours to vacate the university premises and go back home. Most of the students didn’t have transport to go back home. The Uganda police offered to accommodate some as they mobilized money from relatives and friends, while others found places to stay in town. Many students are still waiting within Kampala and there are reports of some students who didn’t go back home involving themselves in risky activities such as prostitution during this time of waiting for the university’s reopening.

Many students who reside in private hostels around the university had paid rent fees for the entire four-month semeste…


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 This is a platform for sharing and receiving open digital resources to promote Education in Uganda's Primary and Secondary Schools. We're pooling Notes, Past Examination papers plus their marking guides, Practical Practice Exercises for all subjects and all classes, as well as building a network of generous resourceful teachers ready to engage and guide students out there . The system is still in early stages of development b…


While ICT continues to advance in Uganda where it has penetrated many sectors including banking, and communications, the Ugandan educational system still to lags behind. Recently, The National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC) introduced Subsidiary ICT at A’Level and Computer use in Uganda classrooms is still in its early phases. I have taught computer studies at O level since 2009. In this article I share some of the challenges I have observed facing implementation of computer education in Uganda. They are: 1. Lack of qualified teachers to teach ICT in schools; The demand for ICT learning has been tremendous and the number of teachers who are trained to teach ICT cannot meet the demand. There are more students willing to be taught computing skills than there are teachers to transfer the skills. And with the new subsidiary ICT introduced at A’ level, the situation is very worse! 2. Lack of computers; Computers are still very expensive and despite spirited efforts by the government …


Over and again destructive/violent strikes have been staged in schools especially secondary schools. This is a very backward way of finding solutions to existing problems. Students should explore many other avenues that exist even if they involve petitioning higher authorities to intervene in their problems other than destroying school property that has been built over years. This is a spirit of no respect for public property; we should stop appearing to support students who have destroyed property in schools if this habit is to end. Each time such strikes occur, every party is quick to blame school administration and teachers, yes but can’t students learn to present their grievances without destroying property which their parents later pay to rebuild anyway? I have personally invested a lot of time educating the students about peaceful means of solving problems. We all must get involved in doing this, parents, teachers, government, community leaders and everybody sensible enough. The…


Non-violence, truth, inspiration and great leadership qualities are what come to our mind when we hear Mahatma Gandhi’s name.
His determinations were strong and ideas firm enough to reach his ultimate goal. He left his successful career of a lawyer to participate in the long chase for Independence along with other freedom fighters
Innovation:  Non-violence probably was one of the greatest innovations of Mahatma Gandhi. I don’t think history has any track records of any freedom fighter or any country winning the battle of independence using the weapon of non-violence. But Gandhi was the only leader to make use of non-violence successfully to win a battle. His Dandi March was a successful effort where he used his weapon of non-violence.Simplicity: I do not think history can ever produce a simple man like Mahatma Gandhi. Being such a great leader his way of living, teaching, books and even his quotes were very simple. His simplicity reflects in his ideas and way of living. Simplicity i…