Spring 2021 mission photos

Spring 2021 mission photos

This past May I had the opportunity to visit our schools once again. As the lockdown was lifting in Uganda students are beginning to return to school. I also had the privilege of taking Pastor Stephen Kingsley from Idaho with me to visit our friends who are starting a...
A photo instead of 1000 words

A photo instead of 1000 words

I confess I have not done a very good job attempting to learn a bit more of Luganan, the local language. One of my objectives on this trip is to learn a bit more of it. Despite my lack of linguistical efforts, one of my favorite things to do is to interact with the...
A First Step

A First Step

To be a part of God’s vision from the start is an incredible feeling. We are partnering with our friends who feel called to start a children’s for their 70+ adopted children. Despite the uncertainty of what lies ahead, we know God is moving ahead and...
A short lived, one-sided friendship

A short lived, one-sided friendship

I love discovering new creatures when I come to Uganda. I’ve been on a conquest to find and interact with some local monkeys, but so far all I’ve been able to accomplish is to chase them around at a distance with my drone. Today I met a new...
A SILVER LINING

A SILVER LINING

There has been so much devastation sweeping through our world due to COVID-19. Yet, God is at work and bigger than all of the problems and setbacks we’ve experienced.
How God Uses Trees

How God Uses Trees

WARNING: MATURE CONTENT // With all the rain Uganda is getting this May, we have been often forced to find alternative roads to travel on. Today we drove through a village that has a large tree that is said to be shaped like a woman. It is said to have female anatomy,...