I’m not sure that gathering stats on a Sunday is really common practice for churches in the UK, but as I sorted yet more paper from my visit to Uganda last month, I found scribbled down the following information on those who attended the Sunday service: Kids 25 Men 6 […]
‘People Watching’ You know when people ask you your hobbies, and you are never quite sure what to say? Well, I have come to realise that people watching is one of my favourite things to do. If you are ever wondering where I am, I can normally be found tucked away in a coffee shop […]
Sue went to Uganda this year on her second visit and shares why she loves it so much………………… Uganda is so beautiful. Heaven must look like Uganda, it is the most beautiful place I have ever been to on earth. Whilst in Uganda I felt very connected to God, his presence seems so tangible, in the beauty […]
Here’s a little flavour of what we got up to: Do enjoy this video of our recent visit – more to come ………………
Having four children in our house we have our fair share of illnesses and mishaps; verucas, ingrowing toenails, orthodontics, pulled muscles and so forth do crop up from time to time. We even had a visit to A&E recently when one of my children needed his head glued back together after a someone’s tooth made […]
As the summer approaches, sporting conversation has turned towards athletics and hurdles amongst other things. There are many hurdles to overcome when taking a team on a short term overseas mission trip – and getting the visas is just one of them – however I am delighted to say we have them! Of course in […]
One of our team members for the 2016 trip Allan, (yes plans are already afoot – no pun intended!) completed his first 10km run at the weekend to fundraise for An African Dream. It reminded me of an event on my gap year in Uganda when I requested to walk up the mountain at the […]
In my post ‘What Makes Family’ I joked that the regular remarks of “Sister, you have grown so fat’ would be the topic for the blog at a later date.
An ‘orphan’ is defined by the United Nations as a child who has ‘lost one or both parents’.
This weekend, some of the team who visited Uganda in June got together, for a bit of a debrief, but mostly, just to spend time with each other.