Hello everyone. Lately, most of our recent posts have been about support raising so we thought we would change things up and do a little Q&A for people. We get a lot of questions from people about our trip and for the most part the questions are the same. If you have a question that … Continue reading Q & A Time
Hello everyone and happy May. It has been a very busy month for us so far. We have had two birthdays, baby showers, and a crushed pinky. Rory turned 6 on May 11th and Emma turned 14 on May 16th. It is hard to believe they are getting so big. Emma especially has just blossomed … Continue reading Fingers and waiting
Yoana 3:16 Kire, abu Akuj tomina akwap nooi, tojal tari Lokoku keŋ ŋolo donupei, ikotere ŋini enupi iŋes nyebukori, nai toryamu akiyar ŋina nyedaun. Ajok! Happy Easter everyone! Been a bit since our last update so we figured it was time to catch everyone up to speed on the happenings. Budget We currently have 39% … Continue reading April Update
I am sitting in my bed typing this up with sore arms trying to figure out where to even begin. Sara and I had physicals and shots yesterday so it feels like someone has punched me in the arm repeatedly. We have much to report so lets dive in. So I had someone bless us … Continue reading Connect week, budget, updates!
When someone mentioned they had not looked at our page in a week, it made me realize there might be people who check it often so I should probably post an update. In my last post I mentioned some of the less glamorous things we were battling. The good news is we are getting through … Continue reading Getting closer!
What a busy couple of days it has been. A week or two ago we got a long list of items that needed to be done in order for us to go to Uganda. It was a list that AIM sends to you, like a packing list. Some of the items on it were: medical … Continue reading Of passport photos and tears
I am very excited to let everyone know that we have been confirmed for our assignment, which means I can share what we will be doing and go into detail. This post may be a little long so bear with me. The purpose of AIM is Christ-centered churches among all Africa people, with the priority being unreached. … Continue reading Kotido, Uganda and the Karimojong