Scott & Meg Rambo

In their BLOG message of April 16, 2017, Scott and Meg announced that they had resigned their position at World Gospel Mission.  They have since returned home to NJ to focus on raising their four children.

They are extremity thankful for all of the support that has been given during their overseas ministry.  But as they enter this time of prayer and discernment, they know that God isn’t finished with them yet!  As future developments are announced, we will post them on our website.


Scott & Meg Rambo: Uganda

Scott & Meg Rambo

Scott & Meg Rambo

Scott Rambo is from New Jersey; Meg, from Florida. They met at Asbury College in Kentucky. While they were in college, they each went on multiple WGM mission trips. Meg was completely committed to missions. On a WGM mission trip to Uganda, God stirred Scott’s heart toward using his communications and media skills for a missions organization. Later, during an internship with OMS International, God clarified His plan of full-time ministry for Scott. The two married after they graduated from college and then moved to Mississippi. Scott enrolled in Wesley Biblical Seminary and Meg taught high school math. They also helped plant the Bellwether UMC in Jackson. God used this experience to prepare them for their work in Uganda.

Scott, Meg, and two-year-old Timothy Rambo welcomed their latest addition, baby Benjamin in September 2010.  They are continuing to raise funds and complete all of the necessary paperwork in hopes of being able to leave for Uganda in May 2011.  They will serve for two years with World Gospel Missions in Uganda. Initially, they will spend time at the language school in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. From there they will move to Arua, where they will work with pastors. In the meantime, the Rambo’s are busy with WGM missionary training and connecting with churches to build their necessary support relationships.

Their primary ministry in Uganda will be training and discipling pastors and other church leaders in Northern Uganda, Southern Sudan, and hopefully, one day, in Eastern Congo. The basic structure in place for this to occur involves multiple regional training sites. Once a month the pastors involved in the training program assemble at the training site in their area and spend the weekend learning and sharing, and then return to their church with homework for the next month. The pastors participate in this program for a two year period and can join at any point in the cycle. This disciplining will also take place through the relationships that they build. Meg’s desire is to provide a similar level of discipleship for the wives of the pastors who are often neglected in training, but have so much to add to the ministry of the church.

Let us pray with, and for them, and encourage and support them as they follow God’s footsteps to Uganda.  Follow the Rambo’s  by visiting

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