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 […]
I was really struggling keep the camera steady while taking this video! This was the celebration at the end of Cindy Jones and Amanda Page’s recent three week Aggie’s Arts trip to Uganda – showing our love and appreciation of the Aggie’s Arts Banda Artisan ladies. We’ve never done this before…and in fact we found […]
Back in 2007 when Aggie first formed the Aggie’s Arts group, only 2 out of 17 ladies were believers. “Now,” Aggie says, “they go out into their community every Tuesday, reaching out & sharing the Good News. It excites me that the women are so willing to do it & that they’re reaching out to […]
Watch this video for an exciting announcement from Simon and Aggie!
Aggie, Ivy & I are now back in Uganda after our 12 month furlough in Australia. Our home church in the U.S., Life’s Journey Church, has come to join us in our work for a number of days. It’s great to have them here! What have we been up to? Check out this video to […]
Another Australian-Ugandan video mix (now only 4 months until our return to Uganda in mid-June!) Each Aggie’s Arts lady is unique and has a unique story to tell. In this video, Hilda shares with us some of the challenges she’s faced in her life, and how selling paper bead jewelry and crafts to Aggie’s Arts […]
We are now in Australia on furlough, but our hearts are not far from Uganda. This video, which we made before we left, is an overview of the different ministries we are involved in & what was achieved during 2012.
2012 was an excellent year for Aggie’s Arts. We continued to help 17 families through purchases of beautiful hand-crafted bead jewelry and were even able to increase their monthly purchase amount. Aggie’s Arts was also registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States. Very exciting! We had 2 teams from the U.S. visit […]
Each Aggie’s Arts lady is a unique person with a unique story and unique life struggles. Meet one of the seventeen ladies in this video. For more about the Aggie’s Arts project/ministry, go to www.ugandajourney.org and click on “Aggie’s Arts.”