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CHRISTIAN BABIES HOME,kampala, kampala, Uganda

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Address: church hill drive,64 kampala
kampala, 00256  
Uganda
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of People Being Served: 500
EIN: B0-488586

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Mission Statement


The mission of Christian Babies Home[CBH] is to do everything possible to help un previlledged and war displaced children to reach their full potential.

Description


Christian Babies Home is a nonprofit charitable organization that provides volunteer opportunities to serve children for the purpose of providing them with various types of support. Under the direction of our Project Directors, volunteers (led by volunteer leaders) form the backbone of Christian Babies Home program. Volunteers provide one-on-one nurturing to these disadvantaged children who might otherwise never realize their potential. Because our volunteers provide thousands of hours of service every week weÂ?re in a unique position to understand the material and financial needs of orphans and are in an ideal position to see that donated funds and items are used most efficiently in the orphanages. The children are unquestionably benefitted from this help and support, but volunteers and leaders are also benefitted and changed as they make a difference in the life of a child in need.

Christian Babies Home is a nonprofit charitable organization that provides volunteer opportunities to serve children for the purpose of providing them with various types of support. Under the direction of our Project Directors, volunteers (led by volunteer leaders) form the backbone of Christian Babies Home program. Volunteers provide one-on-one nurturing to these disadvantaged children who might otherwise never realize their potential. Because our volunteers provide thousands of hours of service every week weÂ?re in a unique position to understand the material and financial needs of orphans and are in an ideal position to see that donated funds and items are used most efficiently in the orphanages. The children are unquestionably benefitted from this help and support, but volunteers and leaders are also benefitted and changed as they make a difference in the life of a child in need.

Mission Statement: The mission of Christian Babies Home[CBH] is to do everything possible to help un previlledged and war displaced children to reach their full potential.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Christian Babies Home is Christian charity. It is an evangelical affiliated charity, thus holding beliefs along evangelical lines. Evangelicals are the largest group among Protestant churches and the most diverse. Denominational and non-denominational evangelicals include all in Pentecostalism, charismatic movement, Baptist, Presbyterian, AG, AME, non-denominations, Christian fundamentalists, moderates and liberals. Non-evangelicals and non-Christians most welcome to serve at Christian Babies Home. Having said this some may want a traditional Statement of Faith. Here is one in its historical form from the Nicene Creed. The Nicene Creed is the most widely accepted basic Statement of the Christian Faith. It summarizes the major doctrines held by Evangelicals & Catholic Christians. These separate them from those who do not embrace some major sections of the Creed (e.g. Jehovah?s Witnesses, Mormons and Unitarians). It was framed as the official position of the church regarding the divinity of Christ, Trinitarian nature of God, and other fundamental doctrines of Christianity. Although the Creed descended largely from Roman Catholic influence it is nevertheless one of those tenets of faith that evangelicals strongly agree with Catholic Christianity. Please note that the word “catholic” does not refer to the Roman Catholic Church, but to the global church of Jesus Christ, the true believers that comprise the Body of Christ worldwide from various denominations. THE NICENE CREED We believe in (Romans 10: 8-10; 1 John 4: 15) ONE God, (Deuteronomy 6: 4, Ephesians 4: 6) Father (Matthew 6: 9) Almighty, (Exodus 6: 3) Maker of Heaven and Earth, (Genesis 1: 1) and of all things visible and invisible. (Colossians 1: 15-16) And in ONE Lord Jesus Christ, (Acts 11: 17) Son of God, (Mathew 14: 33; 16: 16) Only-Begotten, (John 1: 18; 3: 16) Begotten of the Father before all ages. (John 1: 2) Light from Light; (Psalm 27: 1; John 8: 12; Matthew 17: 2,5) True God from True God; (John 17: 1-5) Begotten, not made; (John 1: 18) of one essence with the Father (John 10: 30) through whom all things were made; (Hebrews 1: 1-2) Who for us men and for our salvation (1 Timothy 2: 4-5) came down from heaven, (John 6: 33,35) and was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary (Luke 1: 35) and became man. (John 1: 14) And He was crucified for us (Mark 15: 25; 1 Corinthians 15: 3) under Pontius Pilate, (John 19: 6) suffered, (Mark 8: 31) and was buried. (Luke 23: 53; 1 Corinthians 15: 4) And on the third day He rose again, according to the Scriptures, (Luke 24: 1 1 Corinthians 15: 4) and ascended into heaven, (Luke 24: 51; Acts 1: 10) and sits at the right hand of the Father; (Mark 16: 19; Acts 7: 55) and He shall come again with glory (Matthew 24: 27) to judge the living and the dead; (Acts 10: 42; 2 Timothy 4: 1) Whose Kingdom shall have no end. (2 Peter 1: 11) And in the Holy Spirit, (John 14: 26) Lord, (Acts 5: 3-4) Giver of Life, (Genesis 1: 2) Who proceeds from the Father [and the Son]; (John 15: 26) Who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified; (Matthew 3: 16-17) Who spoke through the prophets. (1 Samuel 19: 20; Ezekiel 11: 5,13) In one, (Matthew 16: 18) holy, (1 Peter 2: 5,9) catholic,* (Mark 16: 15) and apostolic Church. (Acts 2: 42; Ephesians 2: 19-22) We acknowledge one baptism for the remission of sins. (Ephesians 4: 5) We look for the resurrection of the dead, (John 11: 24; 1 Corinthians 15: 12-49; Hebrews 6: 2; Revelation 20: 5) and the life in the age to come. (Mark 10: 29-30) AMEN. (Psalm 106: 48)


Denominational Affiliations


Anglican


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Volunteers of America


Program Type:


Spiritual Development Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes