No Place Like Home

After being overseas for 24 days, it is nice to get back to Canada, to be at home.  My wife, familiar foods, the familiar bed, the regular routines, home is…
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The Bleating Goat

For the last 7 days at 6:30 in the morning, the goat which is tided up near where I am staying starts bleating.  Bleating goats in a way have the…
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Friendship & Quality Made The Difference

I have often heard from long-term missionary friends, how they have received "care packages" from back-home supporters.  Sometimes well meaning individuals would gather articles like tea bags, shirts, blankets, etc.…
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Down in the Sewers – Get Some Gloves

This morning in the Gaba region of Kampala, the churches were starting their Kampala City Yange campaign (translated as Kampala - My City)- similar to Love Winnipeg.  The goal was…
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You Will Know

The day before departing to go to Uganda a man placed $100 into my hand.  I asked what the money was for and he said, "You will see an opportunity…
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Hearing Restored

Can you hear me? Can you hear me now? At Power & Praise last night there was a time of prayer specifically for people experiencing hearing problems, be it deafness,…
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Head Hung In Shame

A small community pastor came up to me and shared his situation.  He was grateful that he had a nice church building and that God had called him into the…
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What’s The Cost?

Every where we go, while in Uganda, we are constantly asking, "What is the cost?"  A box of 24 bottles of water is 14,000 shillings, but in US dollars that…
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A Baboon

Driving along a rural road we found ourselves with a group of baboons on each side of us.  "Group" is the term used for  a large family or clan of…
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Let The Children Play!

Did I say, "let the children play?"  I should have said, "let the children pray."  Several nights ago in the evening service we encouraged the believers to pray for each…
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