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FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note... FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note...
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.

Faithfully

Nurturing

Children

Academy

Kampala, Uganda

FNC Academy is a ministry of

The Kissing Well, a 501(c)(3) organization.

All contributions are tax deductible.

Bringing HOPE to the HOPELESS

FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note... FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note...
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note... FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note...
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.

Bringing HOPE

to the HOPELESS

Raising funds for a well on the new land!

CLICK HERE to contribute!

FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note... FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note...
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.

Faithfully

Nurturing

Children

Academy

Kampala, Uganda

FNC Academy

is a ministry of

The Kissing Well,

a 501(c)(3)

organization.

All contributions

are tax deductible.

webmaster@fncacademy.org

FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note... FNC at it's conception, was an acronym for Friday Night Church. We took a shot gun approach at our area God had called us to providing several platforms of ministry which included: "The Fire Place" (a once a month corporate worship gathering for the entire community), Bible Studies for both men and women, "World Changers", (our teens ministry) which still goes on today, and Joy Club, an after school program geared toward the little ones. All of these were going well, but the one area we saw the most traction in was Joy Club. The numbers began with 67 on the first week, then climbed above 500 after just 6 short months. We knew God was trying to get our attention, for what, we really didn't know. Until a little girl named Christine decided to take a step of faith and write my wife Wendy a small note...
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
What all of us didn't know, and probably not even Christine herself, was what God was about ready to unleash...It was shortly after reading this note, FNC Academy was birthed. Like most endeavors, our beginnings were humbling; learning mostly as we went. But with our eyes on Jesus, He made it happen. Day by day it became less of a dream and more of a reality. Today, FNC Academy has more than 160 students, Pre-K through 6th grade, and employs more than 32 full time Ugandans. As FNC has evolved, we had to let go to most of our other platforms of ministry. It takes everything you've got to make a school run properly, especially in a developing country. And our name and logo, well, that has taken on a whole new meaning as well. FNC, formally known as "Friday Night Church", now stands for "Faithfully Nurturing Children." And have you ever looked at our FNC logo closely? Do you see the child, his/her head, feet, arched back, kneeling down? Do you see her, do you see him? And that small star, it's in the perfect position of a child's heart. Yes, God wanted for each child that walked into FNC's gates, to walk out with a changed heart, a star!
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.
This logo was created by a special girl named Hope. And can you believe our entire mission statement "Hope to the Hopeless" has her name in it TWICE! Hope was one of our very first worship leaders for the FNC band. FNC was never supposed to be about children, it was OUR plan to be a ministry that reached out to adults period. Children were never really on the radar, much less a school...but God had a different view, a different plan, and even was trying to tell us in this logo which had no intentions of revealing a child inside.