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All Moved In

After a week I am now in my new apartment. It was quite an accomplishment! 10pm Uganda time we moved in under the veil of darkness - and it wasn't easy. Unfortunately, the bed wasn't complete yet, so some guys were sawing and hammering for an hour... Everything is slow here

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The difference 1 year can make

I am reading my old journal from St Croix and one year ago as I prepared to leave to return to Michigan I wrote this... "It will be ok. I will give you more children than you can imagine. Be ready when I call and go when I say to. Study my word and prepare your heart and fa

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Being frugal to save more money for orphans

There has to be a reason why I have such great internet on this trip compared to past trips. I think its because each day I have important news to share and prayer requests, as well as updated news on ministry needs. Before coming I prayed for God to slow things down becaus

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Unite the village for the children!

As I type my stomach is cramping in ways I didn't know it could. I have gotten stomach pains before but this is a bit alarming. But never fear my wonderful driver got me some medicine this morning and I pray it improves. My new friend at the guest house found me ear drops an

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Another day in the past

The days are hot and long and never as I plan.My heart is sad and I find it hard to understand how missionaries survive here.. Perhaps I am not the right person for the job as I feel weaker than stronger with the people here.The pastor asked me today, "what are the churches

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I Made It

Hello everyone (habari) I am writing to you all from Ugandan soil. I'm currently in Tororo, the main city in which I'll be staying. The last few days of travel have been filled with difficulty and frustrations. The difficulties first began in the airport in Chicago where I

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What ‘Going’ can accomplish

Do you know that All of you are now going to Eastern Uganda through me? Because of Healing Eye's partners who donated I have been blessed to be God's servant to those hurting. We are all helping to Feed, Clothe, and Teach 31 of the most needy children at Buweboya Vision Juni

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Not my prunes!

It's with great sadness I must announce that sacrifices are to be made in preparation for departing this Sunday for Africa. My beloved Prunes can't make the journey with me and so the African diarrhea will be highly probable while there. But it is for a good cause I say good

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We can feed 12 kids!

The cost of going out to dinner with your sweetie can feed 12 of our kids at Buweboya. Wow! The cost of our Sales Tax expense from the Chili Cook-Off could have paid for 12 kids to eat at school. Wow! The cost of a pair of Gap Jeans could pay for 20 kids to eat at schoo

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When life isn’t as we want but as He wants.

"I am a stranger in a foreign land and quite worn from it. My time here feels like an eternity indeed! I long for home even though my home is gone. Where do I belong, Oh God, where do I call home? I feel lost in a sea of people, in both lands I am not at ease. Torn from my l

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