Our Vision

Empowering the Orphans around the world, One by One

In 2005 when Pastor Juma John resettled with his church into the town of Nimule from a refugee camp in Uganda, homeless children came to him looking for help. Some had lost their parents in the war or by disease, some had been abandoned, some had been the victims of abuse. Responding with the compassion of Christ, his church took them in, initially providing a weekend feeding program. Out of a desire to come along side this needy orphanage in Nimule, and a vision that was embraced by those who love God and want to lead lives that impact others, They Are One came to be.

Meet the Children

Concy Nakato

At the young age of 10, Concy was diagnosed with cancer which resulted in the amputation of her right leg.

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Kevin Babirye

With a sweet disposition that is magnetic from the instant you meet her, 13 year old Kevin is loved by all.

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Lily Jane

Both of Lily’s parents died of an unknown disease (likely tuberculosis) between 2000 and 2001.

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Amana Sharon

Amana Sharon is one of the younger children at Cornerstone. She`s also one of the most outgoing kids!

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"I NEVER LOOK AT THE MASSES AS MY RESPONSIBILITY;
I LOOK AT THE INDIVIDUAL."