Monthly archive for April2013

The Clampett goes to Snowdonia…………………

The Clampett goes to Snowdonia…………………

So this morning I drove to North Wales and climbed Mount Snowdon. Well most of it. More of that later. I went to Snowdonia not because I wanted to climb but because I wanted to be outside in a small but beautiful part of God’s…

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To run with endurance the race before us……..

To run with endurance the race before us……..

Whilst I am in the UK the work continues…..albeit not as quickly as if I was there shouting! But when I return to Uganda in June we will be down to painting, signing agreements with government and furnishings at the ‘Hospital in the Hills’. God…

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A faithful God of miracles and new life – in all its fullness

A faithful God of miracles and new life – in all its fullness

I have let down so many people over the course of my largely wasted life. The two people that I let down most disgustingly are the son and daughter that I walked out on just over 12 years ago. Whilst I know that God has…

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We walk by faith and not by sight………gulp!

We walk by faith and not by sight………gulp!

  Over the last three years God has (amazingly and awesomely and generously) provided me with enough ‘spare’ (!) earnings to…………build the nursery that educates 150 village children in Uganda; the medical centre and staff accommodation that treats 6,600 ill Ugandans a year; build most…

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Protection, provision, blessing and progress……

Protection, provision, blessing and progress……

…..in God’s strength. The last week has been hard but productive – working on and scheduling the next seven weeks work at the ‘Hospital in the Hills’; time at the J1010 House with the J1010 Kids; visits to the nursery school in Kigazi; looking for…

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He is risen from the dead…..and Michelle is risen from her bed

He is risen from the dead…..and Michelle is risen from her bed

    I guess that the title of this blog might seem slightly flippant but Michelle’s life is so inextricably bound up in Jesus that I went with it anyway. Without our risen Lord’s intervention in her life Michelle would almost certainly be dead so…

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