We had the pleasure of hosting a team from our U.S. sending church, Life’s Journey (Huntsville, AL) in July 2016. This episode of Almost Live from Uganda shows highlights from this trip including: visiting IMFC Manna Ministry recipients in their homes, two days of eye clinics in two locations (that we couldn’t have held without […]
Decent healthcare is a real struggle for most people in Uganda. When it comes to treatment for basic things, a “local clinic” can be okay, but when it comes to complex issues, they are not. One of our Aggie’s Arts Banda Artisan ladies, Mary Ondoro (above), has suffered with joint pain for a number of […]
It’s been an amazing chapter of our lives here in Uganda & we’ve really seen God’s hand, both in our work and family. For some time now, Aggie and I have prayerfully been considering a move to Australia, and we believe God has now led us to make this transition. This is sad for us […]
For your enjoyment! This is a slideshow of the Kwanjula and wedding of our eldest daughter, Sharon, and her now husband, Brad, who traveled from Australia to hold these here in Kampala, Uganda (thanks guys!). Usually these two ceremonies are held on separate days, but sometimes are combined together. Things change over from the Kwanjula […]
Part of what Aggie and I do here in Uganda is to volunteer with International Missionaries for Christ (IMFC). IMFC’s Manna Ministry helps the neediest-of-the-needy in Kampala’s slums both physically (with crisis relief food), and spiritually (with counseling, prayer, sharing of the Gospel, and the starting of house churches). This is the bitter-sweet story of […]
G’day! This post we’d like to share with you some of our recent favorite photos. Enjoy!
Hi All. This blog post I’d like to follow up on something Aggie posted on Facebook earlier this month. IMFC’s Manna Ministry is currently working in the slum that Aggie grew up in, her kids were born & raised in, her mother died in, and many of her family still live in. It’s called Katwe […]
Okay, today we’ll let you watch the video first and then read the rest (if you want to). We don’t want to honk our own horn but today we’d like to talk to you a bit about us…and also about you. All of the work we do in Uganda (Aggie’s Arts, Kisoro Kids, and IMFC’s […]