For most people in the U.S. a new year brings resolutions, intentional life changes and a desire to have a better year than the last.
Sponsorship changes lives
The building above isn’t much to look at, built by the British in 1952 a few years before they left Uganda. I’m told it was refurbished in 2003 at the direction of Ugandan President Museveni’s wife, Janet. I don’t know. Doesn’t look like it’s been touched since the British said “ehhhhh, we’re outta here.” But… Read more »
(Today’s post is from Emily Ryan’s blog, she is one of our staff serving the children in Uganda.) Being here, seeing so much injustice, staring at poverty, has caused me to desire Christ’s return in a new way; His redemption and renewal of this earth. And we work for that redemption now, today. We work… Read more »
“We just have to be willing. Be willing not to say if. But to say when.” – Sheli Massie
My grandpa says I was born with red dirt on my feet, it’s no wonder my heart led me back there. For years my grandparents served as missionaries in the country of Nigeria. My grandfather built schools and my grandmother worked as a nurse. Raising five children and preaching the Good News in the bush of Nigeria was not considered “radical” back then, it was considered obeying.