Summary of the highlights of the Uganda trip What a blessing that I was able to go and do work for God's kingdom.
Beautiful country. Every morning we would wake up to the rooster crowing.
I never knew pineapples grew on the ground.
This is how they cook. An old car rim with charcoal; it works really well. No stoves or the conveniences that we have here.
This is Gordon's brother Richard. People there loved for their pictures to be taken and then look at them. Most people don't have mirrors so to see themselves is something.
This is the radio show that Hoima Baptist Church does every Sunday for an hour. Since people can't get to church because of transportation this is all they have. This show reaches hundreds of thousands of people every week. We went to a village and a man told Gordon: "you sound familiar." Turns out he listens to the radio show every week.
This is the start of the pile of fence poles.
Bunya carrying one of many poles.
Bunya and I wrapping up one side of the fence.
KaKa keeps guard at night while we slept. He doesn't speak very good english but the love he shows for people is simply amazing.
Pretend talking to grandpa. We had to stop on the way home due to snow. Went from 90 at the equator to snow.