The International Ecumenical Fellowship (IEF) is a community of grassroots Christians from different countries and traditions, who through prayer and worship, theological study, discipleship, fellowship and friendship are spiritually encouraged to work for Christian Unity. Our inspiration is the vision and the experience of Living Today the Church of Tomorrow. ‚Come taste and see how good the Lord is!’ All are welcome to share this joyful experience.

Recent Submissions

  • Forgiveness as an Intervention for Managing Traumatic Experiences in Wounded Communities 

    Bahati, Ronald (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
    This article probes the boundaries of forgiveness as an avenue for managing traumatic experiences. It gives a critical appreciation of the role o f forgiveness in binding lost relationships and managing anger, trauma ...
  • Religious Citizenship Education 

    Mwesigwa, Sheldon (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
    This paper highlights the religious and political fault-lines within and between Ugandan com111unicics. II raises the view that that there has been. and, there continues to be fault lines panicularly ethnic which have ...
  • The Lords' Resistance Army Conflict in Northern Uganda 

    Ejang, Mary (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
    The paper is about post-conflict reconstruction in Northern Uganda. Nonhem Uganda has undergone over two decades (1986-2006) of protracted anned conflict of the Lord's Resistance Anny (LRA) and the government of Uganda. The ...
  • Christianity and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa(SA) 

    Fester, Gertrude M. N. (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
  • Non-Timber Forest Products Trade and Community Livelihoods around Mabira Central Forest Reserve, Uganda 

    Tugume, Patience; Mukadasi, Buyinza; Namaalwa, Justine; Kakudidi, Esezah; Mucunguzi, Patrick; Kalema, James; Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud (Macrothink institute, 2016-09-11)
    This paper generates data on the diversity and value of non- timber forest products (NTFP) traded in markets adjacent to Mabira Central forest reserve. The objective of the study was to evaluate the contribution of NTFP ...
  • Achieving Sustainable Land ownership and Land use Conflict Management in Uganda 

    Ahumuza, John Vianney (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
    This paper explores aspects that relate to land ownership and land use conflict management in Uganda. The author builds an argument that supports the view that proper management of land owmmhip and Land use is vital for ...
  • Planning a budget International Conference in Africa 

    Muganga, George (Bishop Stuart University, 2014-01)
    International conferences and events conlinue to increase in number world over. Whereas the global connectedness mainly as a result of modem technologies mean vinual communication, the need for physical and face to ...
  • Socio-economic predictors of dependence on Non-timber forest products 

    Tugume, Patience; Mukadasi, Buyinza; Namaalwa, Justine; Kakudidi, Esezah K; Mucunguzi, Patrick; Kalema, James; Kamatenesi-Mugisha, Maud (American Research Institute for Policy Development, 2015-12)
    Resource user surveys were conducted in 14 villages of Mabira central forest reserve. The study was intended to assess factors that encourage dependency on non-timber forest products (NTFPs). Understanding NTFP dependence ...