There are over two million orphans in Uganda. There’s not enough aid for them. This one was abandoned, is now fifteen months old and fights for his life moment by moment. One in five women die from abortion in Uganda. The unborn are extinguished casually with quick abortions at clinics or in the bush by … Continue reading What makes me sad…and gives me hope.
I can promise you I don’t carry my burdens on my head and walk from town to my home. I suppose in a way if I did perch them up on my head and take a brisk walk for all to observe what they are perhaps they wouldn’t be stuck in my head and require modern … Continue reading What burden do I carry?
It’s not the average person who leaps into the committment of going on a mission trip to a foreign place willing to teach and serve people of an unknown culture. We all took a leap of faith. Thankfully, the nine of us didn’t take a free fall to our certain death but instead we were supported … Continue reading Our Team of Adventurers
I was fascinated by the way they ALL carry their babies. A blanket with a knot over the bosom and a knot around the waist and the baby bobs back there happily. I never saw an unhappy child tied to the mama’s back. This is a hard life they live. Their bodies work hard and I … Continue reading Mother and child in Uganda
The Nile River has to funnel through a seven foot expanse of rock and then drop down a canyon and carryon from there. The thunder of this water fall was significant. Pastor likes to say if one of us fell in it would be like an ant getting flushed down the toilet. …by the way… … Continue reading Murchison Falls, Uganda
This is our new friend Carolyn and she has a great story as one who has overcome hardship, persevered through difficulties and set backs, all the while maintaining a bright joyful outlook on her life. She is now a volunteer at the Comforter’s Center teaching alongside Veronica as a voice for the unborn. She has … Continue reading Hope for Uganda
The day before we flew home we had a special field trip to a baby orphanage. We spent the afternoon playing with babies, lots of them. This orphanage is called: Watoto the Bulrushes. We were impressed by the operation of Watoto. I will describe more about it when I introduce the family who lives at … Continue reading Watoto means “Children” in Swahili