Category Archives: Uganda

Turning Vegies into Meat

Now that Gavriella is old enough to travel around, the two of us got to go on a field trip! I’ve been cooped up in the house since my last trimester (we feared the bumpy roads might harm her), so it was a big day for the two of us. Our destination? Our student, James’, organic farming class of course. I… (more…)

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…)

Teach Them How to Read the Bible!

Proscovia is on top of things! She is already teaching an adult literacy class after attending Bible Leagues’ conference last week in Jinja. She has also trained our other student Ellie (pronounced Eli) how to teach the classes as well. He will be of great help on the days she is doing children’s ministry. 

How Village Babies Keep Their Cool

It can get quite hot out here with out AC! Pictured here is Godwin, Gavriella’s four month old cousin. She was also offered a cool seat during class, but politely declined.

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…)

One Man’s Trash, Another’s Treasure

This week, one of our students is seriously sick and on an IV drip. Please keep him in your prayers. Because we don’t want to start New Testament survey without him, we are taking a week off to till the soil. We are still getting our field ready for what will eventually become a community, organic farming demo field. John… (more…)

Three Month Old

Our  little girl just celebrated her first 3 months by going out to the village with us to pay the grandparents a visit. She got to ride in the car seat, meet the whole clan, suck her thumb with her cousins, and wrapped up all the excitement, new faces, and smells, by taking a much needed nap in her aunts grass… (more…)