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
Living in the south, one of the few things that you look forward to and panic about at the same time is snow. All joking aside we literally shut down when it’s coming, not when it’s here, but before it even gets here. Somewhere between the beginning of this past week we began to hear … Continue reading Snow and Hope
So gears are starting to grind and the background machine of making mission work possible is moving. We have gotten a few updates on things. First: Our destination is getting closer to being set as the details are being worked out. Until it set for sure we have been asked to be vague with specific … Continue reading Updates!
If you are checking in or have stumbled across us we are slowly trying to get the blog updated. Something interesting I came across in my Bible reading: Numbers 2:3 3 Those to camp on the east side toward the sunrise shall be of the standard of the camp of Judah Isn’t it interesting that God … Continue reading Work to do