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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Never Alone

Never Alone

No 2 trips are ever alike. Each time I travel to Uganda it is a different experience. I have different objectives and unique opportunities each time I go. But one thing is consistent. When I prepare to go, when I travel, and after I arrive I begin...

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Peace

Peace

Often going to Uganda is accompanied by a myriad of emotions and thoughts. We always have internal struggles about leaving our kids, is what we are doing safe and is the timing right to go back. Sometimes the struggles are from ourselves, and...

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