Mama Cyndi’s Milling Project in Kireka Kasokoso,
Near Kampala, Uganda
Rev. Cindy Deiters, (aka Pastor Cyndi Higgins)
Founder & President
Pastor Milton Wanyama, Chief Executive Officer
You may read this report and view some of the photos and/or you can go to Run Away Brides International Facebook Page or click on the youtube link below and watch and listen to the narrated photographic journey video of the Milling Project from September 2017 to current date–December 2018.
God Bless you and thank you for being a part of RABS International Ministries and Mama Cyndi’s Milling Project in Uganda, East Africa.
It begins with buying and clearing the plot, the construction from the stone foundation up to the iron-sheet roof and everything in between to the first days of milling which was October 19, 2018 at Mama Cyndi’s Milling Project.
In a year’s time, I have personally invested several thousands of US dollars and I PRAISE THE LORD because it is all His. I paid my house off in November 2016 and I had big financial plans to do some major renovations to my house. I continued putting the monthly mortgage amount into my savings account believing that in the Spring of 2017, I would start the necessary structural updates and renovations. However, in February 2017, the Lord told me it was not my money to spend and that it was Kingdom money. Once the mill project got underway in September 2017, I knew then it was what the Lord had intended for the money I had been saving.
I struggled financially because the Mill cost much more than what I had saved and adding to that the monthly house payment as we progressed was still not enough to complete the project. However, I want to testify that the Lord saw me through it financially, physically, and spiritually. It was draining at times because of the problems there on the site and some of subcontractors cheated us and did bad work along with many costly things that we did not expect.
Zone 1 where the Mill is located and like Zones 2, 3, and 4 is very overpopulated with low wage-earners. Where we built the area has been overtaken by non-Christian groups and witchcraft. Individuals and shop keepers travel far to get their corn milled or to purchase Maize Flour and it’s very costly. The Community Leaders have shown us favor and they continue to express their happiness and gratitude in the Mill being built there. We are all praying it brings more needed businesses to the area and we will see new jobs come into these poor neighborhoods. The Community Leaders asked to meet with me and they approved a Christian Dedication Service for the Mill. On February 21, 2018 we came together with the neighbors and the community leaders and the Church family for a great dedication celebration.