Mission Outreach

Sharing the 


to Local Towns, Villages & Families

Rock of Living Water Ministries mission is to SERVE & SHARE Jesus. The Mission Outreach program opens the door for us to share the Gospel through worship and teaching the Word of God to local towns and villages. These outreaches are sharing the Good News of our Savior, strengthening and encouraging families, and inviting others to become followers of Christ. If we are called to love our neighbor, then we must share the greatest gift of all with them; knowing Christ. 


Love the Lord your God with all your heart 

and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.

’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment 

greater than these. – Mark 12:30-31  

Glory FM Radio Show for Families

In April of 2020, we have started a weekly talk radio show on Western Uganda’s Glory FM. It is our goal to teach families to serve and share Jesus through work, worship and the Word.

You can listen LIVE by clicking below. Our program every Wednesday at 4PM Ugandan time which is 8AM CST!

COVID Response

Because of the impact COVID 19 had on families in 2020, we have invested some of our outreach resources to feed families in need. Families have been encouraged, faith has been strengthened and most importantly, the Lord has been glorified. .

Give me Jesus

Don Pardoe ministered at Holy Spirit Fire Church on our January mission. He spoke about the importance of worshiping the Lord and sang this simple but powerful song as an anthem of praise to the Lord.

Read George’s Story & How the Lord is Strengthening & Encouraging Families through Restoration. 

George’s Story

George was born into an impoverished family living in Southwest Uganda. When George was 12 years old, he decided to leave his home and try to find work in the city of Mbarara, Uganda. Having no place to stay in the city, he was left living on the street. Soon he was pulled into a life of stealing, drugs and addiction. After some time, he was brought into the Trust Boys Home where, with the help of Pastor Willy and Dennis, he was able to get clean and start building a new life. He asked Dennis to drive him back to his home village to see his family 4 years after leaving. When he arrived he found his Grandmother grieving the recent death of George’s father. George’s grandmother wept with joy to see her grandson return home after years of praying for him. The Lord heard her cries and they were reunited!