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Last night Donny, Whitney and Andres hopped on their plane home to America. We had an easy going day wrapping up all the leftover business they wanted to do while here, which included lying around doing nothing. My boys are fairly good at that. Reading was high on their priority list and they enjoyed the … Continue reading Thinking about the future for the orphans.
At 5:15 a.m. Herb rapped on my door. I had overslept. I slipped sleepily into the shower and within fifteen minutes we were on our way to the hotel to pick up the rest of our crew to drive north for our safari at Murchison Falls National Park. Herb had packed the van with our … Continue reading Safari in Uganda
I haven’t been bit by one mosquito in over two weeks of living in Kampala Uganda. I have a secret… and I’ve been experimenting so I’ll share my crude results. Whitney and I have been taking two garlic pills a day and I’m also taking extra B1. That’s what the google results said, so I … Continue reading preventing Malaria: garlic and B1
Hi everyone, I am sitting in the lobby of Paraa lodge with twenty minutes and counting before the internet is shut off for the evening. I knew if I didn’t check in here there would be a all out alert sent out looking for my body that must have been dumped in the Nile River, … Continue reading mission in action
The team boarded the bus after dinner on Saturday for a one way ride to the airport. It was not as sad as I feared it would be. We all worked so hard, gave so much, learned, shared, and felt the Spirit move among us in ways that surpass all we hoped or expected. The … Continue reading The final day for the team in Uganda
A few friends joined us on Friday to visit the orphanage. A friend from South Carolina I have only known online, Carla, and her friend were on a mission trip this week for the baby home where Carla is adopting her little boy Isreal. It was a great joy for me to finally meet her … Continue reading The team farewell to the children