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Pleased to introduce…

I would like you to meet a few special friends of mine: Gladyse, Sandra, Geoffrey, Sarah, Winnie, Flavia, William and Kevin all live in the Kochgoma IDP camp in Gulu with Robin (Alfred’s little brother).  And there are about another … Continue reading

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Alfred’s little brother

shared by Experito Bulamu and Cindy May After visiting the pond where Alfred fetched his water, we went to visit Alfred’s mother and family at the IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camp. We found Robin, Alfred’s younger brother, and the other … Continue reading

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Alfred's little brother

shared by Experito Bulamu and Cindy May After visiting the pond where Alfred fetched his water, we went to visit Alfred’s mother and family at the IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camp. We found Robin, Alfred’s younger brother, and the other … Continue reading

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Alfred

shared by Cindy May I should have taken a picture of Pastor Experito’s bags before he left.  They were chock full of everything that was on the wish list, and then some.  He was stuffing things in all his pockets … Continue reading

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Cute little Chickies

shared by John Mugabi I would on the behalf of everyone here like to say a big thank you for all your efforts towards us here. A few weeks ago, we experienced yet another turning point in our ministry as … Continue reading

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new normal

I was reading a friend’s blog today, and thought I would share it here.  What God is doing in and through Tonya is inspiring.  She became a Christian 4 years ago and is preparing to move to Africa this summer.  … Continue reading

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Have a look at the new and improved Johnson!

$500, one surgery and one set of eyeglasses later, Johnson and his wife are on their way back to Kabale, 7 hours southwest of Nkumba. It was yesterday that Johnson went back to the village after one week stay in … Continue reading

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8 Hours of Life

Below is another great post from Katie Davis’s blog.  And we echo her request… *************************** 2010 years ago, Jesus changed the world. I bet, if we would let Him, He would do it again today. And EVERY SINGLE DAY. I … Continue reading

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Anyone want to go shopping?!

Pastor Experito is here visiting from northern Uganda.  We would like to bless him with some things that would be very meaningful to him.  When he arrived yesterday, we discussed the items that would go in his suitcase on his … Continue reading

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Katie Davis lives in Uganda, mother to 14 daughters.  She is 21. She went there in 2007 to be a kindergarten teacher for a year.  But God had other plans. What an extraordinary life and mouthpiece of God. She posted … Continue reading

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Ending 15 years of Johnson’s agony

I was a father to the needy and I searched out the cause of him whom I did not know. Job 29:16 shared by Seggy Hannington Johnson Turyamushanga, 53, is a father of eight and resides in Kabale District, Uganda. … Continue reading

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Ending 15 years of Johnson's agony

I was a father to the needy and I searched out the cause of him whom I did not know. Job 29:16 shared by Seggy Hannington Johnson Turyamushanga, 53, is a father of eight and resides in Kabale District, Uganda. … Continue reading

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