Monthly archive for August2013

It’s a…………….passion fruit

It’s a…………….passion fruit

Like any expectant father I have ceaselessly paced the long lines of passion fruit plants that we believe will fund God’s work here in Uganda. I am delighted (and slightly surprised) that the first passion fruit has appeared on one of our plants. After a…

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Ah…but do you REALLY trust me?

Ah…but do you REALLY trust me?

This SHOULD be the scariest thing that I have ever done. In January there are another 20 children on their way down to a Primary School education in town from our nursery in Kigazi. Where exactly will we put them? I have now spent over £50,000…

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Is it all worth it?

Is it all worth it?

      I am exhausted. My hands and arms are cut to shreds and/or blisters by hacking trees and planting passion fruit. My dodgy right knee is seriously swollen. J1010’s work in Uganda has cost me personally nearly £200,000 to date. I will not be…

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Blessed, busy – and totally dependent on our God and your prayers

Blessed, busy – and totally dependent on our God and your prayers

  It is just MAD busy here in Uganda. We are now working at 100% velocity to make both our vision and the engine for funding it a reality. In practice this means that……. We’re putting the finishing touches to the Hospital in the Hills…

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A Passion……………for Jesus

A Passion……………for Jesus

So, as I wrote on Monday, we believe that we clearly see God’s vision for the people that he loves here in Uganda – health, education, sanitation and a relationship with him through Jesus. And as I also wrote, the cost of setting all this…

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