Leader of Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill Finally Loses American $ Support

BREAKING NEWS exclusive to my friend Dr. Warren Throckmorton’s blog, Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas, who gave the bulk of financial support (here and here) to Martin Ssempa – the leader of the Anti-Gay Bill in Uganda, has finally cut financial ties with him! This is a huge blow to the sustainability of the [Read More…]

Update on Las Vegas Church ($) Supporting Leader of Anti-Gay Bill

Recently I posted about Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas who has publicly admitted to their financial support of Martin Ssempa, the man leading the charge in Uganda to pass the Anti-Gay Legislation. When this information went public, the Southern Nevada Health District, who had been partnering with Canyon Ridge to do HIV testing, [Read More…]

I was Quoted by Salon.com about Evangelical Churches and the Uganda Bill

Recently I was quoted in an article by the widely read news outlet Salon.com about Evangelical churches and the Ugandan Anti-Gay Bill. You can see the whole article here. Much love. www.themarinfoundation.org [Read more…]

American Church Admits to Funding Kill the Gays Bill in Uganda

Over the last few months Warren Throckmorton (and I, part time) have been covering the Anti-Homosexual Bill in Uganda. Warren has been the world’s best investigative reporter on this, from interviewing Doug Coe (the head of The Family) to now, breaking news that an American church, Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas, NV, has gone on record [Read More…]

Breaking News: Ugandan President Speaks About Anti-Gay Bill

This morning there was a strange tweet coming from the Ugandan media outlet, The Independent: Uganda backs off anti-gay bill: Saying that it contradicts Uganda’s foreign policy, President Museveni announced Seeing this tweet, my colleague and partner in this whole situation Dr. Warren Throckmorton, called The Independent in Uganda and talked to the man covering Ugandan President [Read More…]

Step Up America

Finally! A government steps up on the Anti-Gay Uganda legislation by threatening to cut the $50 million in aid that is given to the Ugandan government per year if this Bill is not withdrawn. Unfortunately, that country is not America, the most powerful country in the world. It’s Sweden! Way to go Sweden. I’m very thankful [Read More…]


What you see below is a recent important development. A good friend of mine is a very influential person with connections to not only the Ugandan government, but The Church of Uganda as well (yes, I have been trying to work through them to arrange meetings to speak to the Ugandan leaders pushing this legislation [Read More…]

Uganda: World Day of Prayer

This is a reminder to pray today for Uganda and the Anti-Homosexual Bill. As far as we know, there are over 1,000 people from all over the world who have confirmed to be a part of this prayer day today. Here are the prayer points: 1. That this legislation be thrown out 2. For protection [Read More…]

Nov 17: World Day of Prayer for Uganda

There are currently over 4,000 people from all over the world on the Facebook group to bring awareness to the Ugandan legislation through all of the breaking news, interviews and published articles written to stop this bill from passing. With such a wide array of people, Dr. Warren Throckmorton and I have created the World [Read More…]

Update on Uganda

In the last post I wrote about the Anti-Homosexual Bill in Uganda, I mentioned that Martin Ssempa was linked to a large church back in America—that church was Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church. As recent as the middle of last week, Martin Ssempa was still mentioned on Saddleback’s website. However, all links to Ssempa were swiftly [Read More…]

Ugandan Anti-Homosexual Bill

For the past few weeks I have been greatly disturbed by what has been happening in Uganda regarding the treatment of gays and lesbians through new legislation called the Anti-Homosexual Bill. I was first made aware of the situation by a good friend of mine who I went to Moody Theological Seminary with, who now [Read More…]