Monthly archive for March2013

Back to Uganda….back to hospital….prayer needed!

Back to Uganda….back to hospital….prayer needed!

Entirely predictably I spent some of Good Friday in hospital. Nothing wrong with me of course! The chances of me ever spending more than a few days in Uganda without having to visit hospital with a sick Ugandan are not statistically high…..this time it is…

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Pray constantly in the Spirit……..

Pray constantly in the Spirit……..

……….for J1010 – God’s projects, plans, protection, provision – AND MOST OF ALL – for our/my obedience to Him. I am at the end of my latest mad 3 week dash to the UK. I return to my amazing and wonderful wife Hildah and to…

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A real God engaging with real people…………..

A real God engaging with real people…………..

  The men in Kigazi village, 3000 metres above sea-level in rural Uganda, don’t have work. They are treated as second class citizens by the dashing, worldly-wise (ha!) town-dwellers of Kabale, the farming is done by their wives (we’re re-educating the next generation) and they…

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And on and on………

And on and on………

God’s love, provision, generosity and construction of the ‘Hospital in the Hills’ goes on. And on and on. The floors are nearly finished, the windows are all in and the ceilings are being finished as I speak. The ten feet deep septic tank is already…

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…..for a son and grand-son

…..for a son and grand-son

A very quick blog that asks for your help. Not money, not much time and not terribly difficult. ……………one of J1010’s supporters has asked for our prayers. His great nephew (his sister’s 18 month old grandson) has just been diagnosed with leukaemia. He is in a…

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Take up your cross………….

Take up your cross………….

I settled down to write about the progress on the construction site that is the ‘Hospital in the Hills’ – but found something I wasn’t expecting at the bottom of the Yahoo! page. I am typing this in UK – where I arrived yesterday afternoon…

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