It's time to build something sustainable. When we first started this Christian elementary school in Uganda over 9 years ago, we started with what we could...mud structures. These buildings were meant to be temporary and have run their lifespan. We have added several better buildings over the years, but these remaining structures have to be replaced.
While looking at re-opening this school after the Covid-19 shut down, we realize that we will need to build something bett
These kids are loved by Jesus. They are not unseen, they are seen! Each one is heard and loved by the King of Kings. Every day, I have the honor of witnessing how the Lord provides for them in the midst of uncertainty. I am so grateful and honored to be a part of their story. When news came to me that Uganda was shutting down all schools immediately due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, my first thought was.. oh no. How will the kids get food? Our school provides a meal
As I sit in my home, watching the Covid-19 numbers rise along with the fury of those in the USA, who feel our rights are being violated by the shut downs, I feel conflicted and somehow a bit annoyed at our whining and crying. Trust me, I am among those who whine about not having the conveniences I am used to, and I don't want to come across as a hypocrite! I admit, I give into the frustrations and wonder if we really need to be shut down to this extent. And then this... Our