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No-one will ever know the full story of J10:10 and Passion4Africa. No-one except God and I anyway. And I will forget most of it most of the time! I would love to have time to write it all down – because what God does every…

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‘Arm-less?! (NOT for the squeamish)

‘Arm-less?! (NOT for the squeamish)

My life at the moment would make a film. Not, unhappily, ‘An Officer and a Gentleman’. Or even ‘Shotgun Preacher.’ More ‘Dumb and Dumber’. Or ‘One flew over the cuckoo’s nest.’ Or even, ‘The Thing’……as you can see from the photos below.      …

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A reminder of why we fight on………

A reminder of why we fight on………

Life feels tough at the moment. The start of the year is always very expensive as it marks the beginning of the school year here in Uganda – uniforms, equipment AND fees. And this at a time when our harvests are at an all time…

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What’s ANOTHER couple of kids?!

What’s another couple of kids?? To us at the J10:10 House – exactly what Jesus would do. But to Constance in Kahama, another couple of pregnancies would be a complete disaster. And so begins another blog that owes half of its content to Jesus and…

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Broken tools in perfect hands…….

I am painfully ware of my many imperfections. How broken I am, how much my God has mended already, how many more repairs there are still to do, and what a contradiction in terms my life can often be. It’s the inevitable result of a…

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More than I could hope or imagine…….

One of the many things that I love about our God – is the way that He does more through us than we could ever imagine possible. I’m also fascinated by the way that while we think we are working on one thing, He is…

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FIRST day at school…………..YYYYYYYEEEEEESSSSSSSS!!!!!!

Five months ago……….. Kathleen was struggling to walk and in terrible pain. She had dropped out of school because there was no way to get her there Liberty was in hospital suffering from malnutrition Akampurira was expected never to walk and cried constantly from the…

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More dodgy feet photos………and a homecoming

It’s Wednesday – which means that it is my day of the week for washing Charles’ feet in Kahama. And they are massively improved. Charles may still be a little tiny bit away from being a foot model for Scholl but he is no longer in…

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Lean forward and think of Jesus…….

Wednesdays are now the day that we visit Kahama – and the family that through us, in conjunction with St Mary’s Church Stebbing and Kigezi Baptist Church, God is trying to lift out of poverty, unemployment, malnourishment, ill-health and despair. There was an old saying about…

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Thank you………….

I am happy. Not ecstatically and temporarily happy. Not victoriously, aggressively, arrogantly happy – just happy. I have finally got to a place where I am not worrying about tomorrow…………. Because I have finally got to a place where I trust God with my life…

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