Just a quick update from Uganda! Nothing to complain about here, though my flesh keeps finding things. (I’ll have to work on that one) anyway life is slow right now. We start teaching schools in the next few weeks as they come back from break. (Their schools run three different semesters with a month or so break between each semester.) also, a team from Potters Field is coming next week so that’s really exciting.
As far as my team goes we are settled in! As I right this Michelle is making some awesome supper, consisting of what, I don’t know but she has been on a roll recently so I’m sure it’s good.
Some of the guys are working out, well they were when I started now they are in the shower, singing ‘Hallelujah’ haha it’s been a good day at Saturday’s kids club in Entebbe and we all are in good moods. Already making plans for Thursday kids club in Nangombe! I have started writing the lesson for it tonight. We will be telling the story of Noah in first person. For those of you remembering my part as Jethro the shepherd a few Christmas’s ago, I will be attempting to build of that as I go into character for Noah! Anyway back to what everyone is doing, Joshua is on his way back from Entebbe just now and the girls are doing some crazy dance in the kitchen trying to keep the kid awake until his dad gets home. Lest, you think this is the golden family, we have in the recent past had to have a few team meetings to clear up tense issues among us, but clearly they are being resolved. I also hate to break it to you but I usually only write when I’m in a good mood. That is why you all probably think I am living in paradise.
Anyway life is good here, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell me all about how great your life is. Thanks for reading and praying, especially next Thursday when I’m teaching, while Pastor Mike and his team are here and watching!
Hey all this is after the weekend and it was a great weekend. Really challenged me to see God and praise Him more than anything! It was also full of great food and swimming pools, etc. hate to see the team go back home but in a way I’m happy to be going back to routine! 5 months once I left home, 5 months until I return!!!