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”
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
This Fall when we arrive in Uganda, Africa, we will be received by the staff of Youth With a Mission (YWAM) Arua. We have been in contact off and on with these guys for about four years now, since we first believed God was calling us to Uganda. We have enjoyed getting to know them … Continue reading YWAM: Our Family
As I write this, I am hiding in a corner at the YWAM base (our internet access location). Earlier I sat up to a table in the community area as I composed the first draft. Linda, a very cute girl around 9 years old skipped up to me. She is mute and was having trouble … Continue reading Cute Challenges to writing an update: or “From point A to point B”
Wow... And thank you for your patience! First bit of business: We just sent out our newsletters, so if you didn't receive one and would like to, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to our updates list. We have been quite ill lately with some nasty viruses that have put us … Continue reading We’re Back!
Firstly, thank you, THANK you, THANK YOU! to all those who have supported us through this unpredictable and often frustrating transitional period. Your prayers and financial support have been largely felt and truly, we could not do this without you. Sal and I would like to send a special thank you to our Gillette church … Continue reading Two weeks to go! And some answered questions…