Category Archives: Discipleship

God’s Providence at Work

The other day, I was talking to one of our good friends Ashton Nones and asked if he would be interested in substitute teaching for John one day a week–I figured John could use some rest. Ashton was more than glad to and offered to help on Mondays. The next Sunday, John talked to him about it over breakfast. Believe… (more…)

The John Surprise

As mentioned earlier, our student Scovia went to Jinja to participate in a Teacher training course offered by Bible League at the school where John was trained. Little did we know that John would have a pressing issue to take care of in Jinja two days latter. Anyways, he decided to stop in and surprise them, and it was a… (more…)

The Generous Heart of a People Group

A few weeks back, our students in Mt Elgon (Sipi Falls) decided to help ease our grocery budget by sending a large amount of beans, plantains, and onions. Its always an encouragement and a blessing when we receive financial support. However, this is the type of financial gift that blesses us more than any other: seeing those being discipled giving… (more…)

Bible League Literacy Training

We are so blessed by Bible League, and the Wootton family, for inviting Scovia (and our good friend Ashton Nones) to a teacher training for the adult literacy course. Many people in our villages have a strong desire to read and write, and this curriculum uses the Bible to teach them how, making it a tool for evangelism and discipleship.… (more…)

Organic Farming Classes

I love this picture because it looks like aerobics class gone organic farming…I think it could be the next big thing! Ok, time for some accountability. Below is all of James and Peter’s work: James has 3 class that have been meeting for two months: Class 1 has 12 members, 120 raised beds dug, and 24 compost piles Class 2… (more…)

Bible Study in Ateso

It was a little over one year ago that I was sitting in Nairobi waiting on College Hills’ Team to arrive while watching my future husband pass the late hours by translating a simple Bible curriculum into his tribe’s language. After many months of hard work, those deep in the village learning organic farming from our students are now also… (more…)

Never too Late for Chrsitmas

Recognize these boxes? Christmas came a bit late this year, but late is better than never! It has always been my dream to give one of these boxes away after all the ones I filled as a child, so you can imagine how excited I was when one of the local bishops called John on the phone and asked if… (more…)

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