School Sponsorships in Uganda

4 thoughts on “School Sponsorships in Uganda”

  1. I am so happy the children have sponsors and they will be going to school. I’m still here to help again in any way possible. You and Emily and your family have accomplished so much for the Glory of God. I have learned so much because you are so dedicated to our blog, photos and love. God will continue to use all of us every moment of every day. God Bless each and every one of you. And, thank you so very much for all you have done and are doing.
    love always and forever

  2. Praise God, the children each have sponsors! God’s hand is mighty no matter what but to see Him work like this, across many people is exciting!

  3. Tonya, you, Craig, the boys and Emily have opened many eyes and ears to see what God can do with willing, obedient hearts. In everything you all have done, you have been able to show HIS great glory. I’m so excited for the opportunity for nine more children to be educated and make a difference in their lives and those around them.
    Mom L

  4. I”m behind in reading your blog but devour it when I can scrape out a few moments. I am amazed at what you’ve accomplished in Uganda and am a bit frustrated that we have not gotten so far in Rwanda. Your progress is an anomoly from what I’ve learned from others who have worked in Africa. No doubt the Lord has a mighty hand upon all that you are doing, and for that I am thankful. I’m so proud of you, sister, for being Jesus’ hands and feet, for risking, for loving, for allowing Him to use you and your family in such mighty ways. Blessings on you, Craig, the boys, and Kirabo. Hugs, v

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