We are living in Uganda, Africa and loving it! Please allow me to begin this first update from within Uganda with a huge thank you to everyone who has been praying for and supporting us. The transition has had it's challenges, (ie: jet lag, sickness, general adjustments) but we are doing very well, making friends, … Continue reading Mingone! Hujambo! Marhaban! Hello from Uganda!
Stories from a Sheikh, a Texan, Wyoming, Africa and the heart.
The following is a correspondence Sal wrote me after his second week in Uganda. For the past week I (Sal) have been camping in the Ofua district of the Rhino Refugee Settlement in Uganda. Upon reaching the camp I was immediately told the meaning of the word Ofua. So too, I will start this letter … Continue reading A week at the “Place of Leprosy”
It's been three weeks now since we left Michigan and this time of travel has been filled with blessing upon blessing. As we prepare for our move to Uganda, one of our primary purposes of this trip was to fundraise and seek out ministry partners. The Lord, however, has turned it into so much more. … Continue reading The blessing of the time in-between
Northern Uganda is the primary receiving area for South Sudanese refugees. South Sudan, although the world's youngest nation, is home of the fastest growing refugee crisis on the globe. Below is our Special Report newsletter which takes a look at the situation in this West Nile region and explains what our family is doing about … Continue reading Special Report: Northern Uganda
If you receive our newsletter, then you have already received our calendar. If you are not currently receiving our newsletters and would like to, please contact us at <email@example.com>. Below is a calendar of where we'll be and when during this short period before our family leaves for Uganda. We are making a loop to … Continue reading Uganda, here we come! Calendar
Our whole family is intrigued with history. So as to do something fun and largely unique to the western world, we decided to go to the Michigan Renaissance Festival this coming weekend. In addition to our typical homeschool curriculum, we've added classes on the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Knighthood. We've also been working on costumes, … Continue reading Lord help me, I married an Evangelist