The Ordinary Missionary

Michael Enis and Carolyn Enis have founded the Michael and Carolyn Guardian Trust (M&CGT), a 501(c)(3) charitable organization qualified under the National Christian Foundation - #1896671. These news updates link to the web version of their email newsletter.
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OM: December 20, 2017

ElizabethLet me give you an update on how each student has held fast to the character trait of perseverance to finish their school work with maturity and steadfastness. By your generous giving, they have lacked nothing that they needed to help them succeed.  Read more...


OM: November 5, 2017

Kato at his graduation on November 3, 2017Dad Andrew, Mom Ruth, Michael and I attended Kato's graduation ceremony on Friday 3 November. Kato finished a three-year vocational stream and received a diploma in mechanics and a diploma in welding. Kato came to greet us dressed in his cap and gown and expressing his joy with his beautiful smile!  Read more...


OS: August 29, 2017

Shilla at Ssala Home Place on breakThe students who are home for break between their second and third term. Most Ugandan Schools operate on the calendar year and have three terms. They will go back to school to begin their third and final term on 10 September.  Read more...


OM: May 14, 2017

Head, Heart, Hands for Africa with 1 Peter 4:10 verseMedical/Dental mission outreach with Head, Heart, Hands for Africa (H3) hosted by our African Church, New City Community Church. NCCC has been host to this medical outreach for many years. Elder Mike volunteered for me because this is the first year there has been a dental ministry with the medical.  Read More...


OS: April 4, 2017

Lambs from Theo's farm for post about EasterAs I read the Gospel accounts of the King's work during his brief ministry I am often puzzled by how clueless the twelve disciples seemed to be. That's really unfair to them, because they only had "The Law and the Prophets." I have a Bible. I know the rest of the story.  Read More...


OS: February 28, 2017

Africa Reformation Theological Seminary group photoThe continent of Africa is rapidly becoming the center of Christianity in this strife torn world. In the not very distant future you can expect to see missionaries from the once dark continent of Africa taking the light of the Gospel message to all parts of the globe.  Read More...