Friends of Kirabo Seeds we need everyone to pray for this baby boy born a couple days ago. He has been rejected by his mother at a medical center, yet she says she will return for him Monday. Who can know if she will. Meanwhile the police have not officially determined he is an abandoned … Continue reading Compassion for a Newborn
There’s a tribal dance group in Kampala we always take visitors to experience. They accurately demonstrate how the tribes in Uganda differ by expression of dance, instrument, song and ritual. For the finale of the performance the dancers stack clay pots on their heads, shake the hips and move all over the stage without dropping … Continue reading Can you hear the music?
This morning is grey and quiet. We can hardly hear a single bird announce day. The power returned as we prepared for bed last night. We were able to light a few candles and find all of our flashlights. It feels like camping while living here some days. However, expecting water to always run freely … Continue reading Control Children with Shame: Kill their Spirit
It is my personal fascination to observe Mary Beth take in the lifestyle of Africa. She’s not here on a short term mission trip for a week. She’s here to absorb and understand what it will be like to live and work in this forgeign culture alongside Kirabo Seeds children’s home. She will develop significant … Continue reading How is Mary Beth doing here in Uganda?
It is the rainy season. This morning welcomes me without electric power or internet but the downpour of rain. It’s not as hot here in Africa by the equator as it is at home in Texas during the summer. The ruts in the road flow with streams several times a day without warning. Walking in … Continue reading Can we embrace what God has given us?
I’m the sort of girl who knows when to ask for help. Pride won’t steal my precious time. I admit I can’t solve computer problems on my own because I’m not from the generation that learned to use the computer before learning how to spell my name. So off I traipsed to the Apple store … Continue reading Making a DIFFERENCE with our lives.
We encountered an unusual stranger on an airplane home from Vegas who reminded us of why it is so important to feed the hearts, minds and souls of the children at Kirabo Seeds. We don’t want them to grow up hopeless, alone, and heading towards a life of crime. Continue reading When strangers on airplanes won’t stop talking to you…