Wow! My time here has flown by. Thanks again to everyone that has prayed for me, thought of me and financially supported me. You are the body of Christ and without you I could not be where I am today. Thank you. I apologize for not posting more pictures up to now. There is something … Continue reading Routines, Refrigerators and Rafting the Nile Oh My!
A few weeks ago, I met someone who asked me if I’d go bungee jumping. At first, I said, “Nope. Not a chance.” But the more I got to thinking, the more I thought, “Wow. I need to do this. When am I ever going to have the chance to do this?” So, I said, … Continue reading A Leap of Faith
About a week ago, I was riding with my co-teacher, Mama Rose, to teach in a village for Ambassador Institute. As we drove, the heavens opened up and rain started to pour. You may be thinking, “That’s no big deal. It’s just rain.” But, in Uganda, that’s as good as saying, “There’s a winter storm … Continue reading A Tin Roof Rhythm
I'd like to help you explore my world with a quick blog of fast facts! I've finally managed a schedule to get regular postings out to you. Stay tuned for the heart of my work in Africa and a possible video blog to recap each week. So, here are some interesting facts! 1. I am … Continue reading Fast Facts of my Ugandan World
I've made it to Africa! It's crazy to think that I've been living here for a month now. And weirdly, I'm getting very used to it. Thank you so much to everyone who has been asking about me. I am well and happy here. I'm sorry for my lack of correspondence thus far. Internet is … Continue reading The Angel Named John
Do you know someone who is hurting? Do you know how to help them or do you just feel helpless? In my season of pain, I was touched by the overwhelming support I was given. I've reflected on the things that helped me most and found these three things to be so helpful. If you … Continue reading Three Ways You Can Help Someone Who’s Hurting
I've been hearing from a few folks that the donating process can be a bit tricky. After all the kindness I've received from you, I'd like to help make the process easier. So, read on to find step-by-step instructions on how to send me to Uganda! If you've already navigated the tricky process, thank you. … Continue reading Easy Ways to Donate to My Ministry