Monday, December 12, 2016

Homeward Bound

We are in the  beautiful city of Kigali Rwanda ready to catch our flight home tonite.
We are extremely  tired  but also in awe of where God has taken us the last 5
and 1/2 weeks. We have traveled many miles safely in a trusty vehicle, ate way too much food, met many wonderful people, heard tragic stories almost beyond belief, and have seen the Love and message of Jesus shared in Uganda. So we praise our God for his mercy and grace. Looking forward to Christmas at home. "Peace on Earth- Good-
will to Man!"
Fellowship at our "home" with some young couples-a
Good evening of laughter and sharing.

We traveled to Rushere, about 4 hours away
to see friends Peter and Sharon and be
at a conference at their church and the
next day at a village church. This is their
boys Timothy, Benjamin, and David.

Worship at Rushere Full Gospel Church

This elderly woman walked 10 km(6 miles) to be at church.

Peter talking to her.

Having breakfast with Brandon - a pastor from Texas

Peter's family in front of their shop.

Worship at Kyabagyeni village church

Eating corn

Looking in the church door

Giving testimony

Children everywhere!!

Back in Kabale visiting old time friends Eli and

Meeting with and feeding street boys.

A moment from God- he brought our friend Enoch( who had been
a street boy) to talk to them. An amazing day- we had no
idea things would happen as they did.

Enoch, Julius, Wilber - 3 Godly young men
whom we have watched grow up and have
Been happy to be part of their lives,

Emily and Medius singing

Ordaining Pastor Beddah as an elder.

Happy to be worshipping the Lord.

 Beddah and Emily, Wilber and Medius, Tracy and I

Some of the church people

Wilber's family

Our last Sunday

Visited the coffee in Rwanda- in the rain!
They have cut it back to regrow.

Friends for a long time!

Charles, his godparents- Ancilla and Martin,
and Francine( who takes care of the coffee)

We are relaxing our last day in Africa. We were given a free
Upgrade to a king suite at the Heaven hotel in Kigali overlooking the
Land of a thousand hills- as they call Rwanda.

1 comment:

  1. It was wonderful having you in Rushere. Bishop was so excited about your message. A trend of studying the bible was set at the church. Greetings from Kyabagyenyi