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AFA Christian Academy ahead of schedule, project manager says

By |December 19th, 2019|

NJERU, Uganda – Construction on the first phase of the Amy For Africa Christian Academy is ahead of schedule, according to the project manager. GSR Construction Project Manager Ronald Ssekamate said work on the school is about “a month and two weeks” further along than anticipated during a Facebook Live [...]

Being an eyewitness to God’s glory in Uganda

By |December 13th, 2019|

The wonders of technology allow the supporters of Amy For Africa a rare glimpse into what God is doing in and through the life of Amy Compston and this extraordinary mission in Uganda. You’ve looked into the eyes of the children that goes to the depths of their very soul, [...]

Going door-to-door for sake of gospel in Uganda

By |December 11th, 2019|

When is the last time the superintendent of the school where your children attend came knocking on your door? Ever? For the past three days in Uganda, Amy Compston has gone door to door – make that hut to hut – visiting the parents of every school in the Amy [...]

Amy Compston selected as Steel Magnolia recipient

By |November 26th, 2019|

ASHLAND, Ky. - Amy Compston has been selected as the Ashland area’s 2019 annual Steel Magnolia Award honoree, the Middletown Community Foundation has announced. The award honors women who have overcome obstacles to positively impact the community. The program is administered by the Middletown Community Foundation and funded by the [...]

Burton finds running inspiration from little AFA feet

By |November 14th, 2019|

ASHLAND, Ky. – Tim Burton doesn’t mind following in little footsteps. The 59-year-old Burton has found his inspiration to run his first half marathon in 8-year-old Jarek Compston, who accomplished the feat the first time as a 6-year-old while representing Amy For Africa in the Marshall Half Marathon. “God has [...]