Category Archives: Evangelism

Saying Goodbye

Our SMBS team has been with us for two months and it is time for them to pack up and head home. One, Tim, had intentions of returning home for Bible school, but has decided to remain behind as a student in our home. He desires to complete Bible Training Center for Pastors (BTCP) with us and then return to the… (more…)

Planting Seeds

Isa 55:11 “In the same way, my words leave my mouth, and they don’t come back without results. My words make the things happen that I want to happen. They succeed in doing what I send them to do”.  Our students Peter and James have been forming organic farming clubs/classes in their home villages. They wish not only to teach… (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…)

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…)

Be Prepared In Season and Out of Season

6:00 in the morning, we and a car packed full of BTCP students from Soroti were on the road when suddenly a huge, dark, square frame was blocking our visibility of the road. After stomping on the brakes and swerving around the tangled piece of metal, we saw it was the underside of a buss that had just flipped over. A… (more…)

New Chapter of Life

This week, we will be packing up and moving to Soroit, Uganda. This transition is one full of mixed emotions. While we are very excited to be shifting to a more remote area with a greater need of pastor training, I will miss all of my Kenyan family greatly. God has already provided us with a fully furnished three bedroom… (more…)

God Makes Difficult Things Possible

Well, after three weeks with very limited internet connection discouraging me from blogging, I have finally found that if I leave my router out in the driveway I can sort of, kind of, get a connection enough to upload a photo. I intend to post pictures and stories from when my parents were here doing ministry, but first I must tell… (more…)