Monthly archive for November2013

Au revoir…………trusting God

To quote Frank Sinatra….’And so, the end is near’. After nearly 4 years of flitting between the UK and Uganda, and after the last two long weeks away from my wife, our J1010 children and the projects that we are carrying out, managing or planning……..I…

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6 mad months…..1 faithful God……

I will soon be on a plane heading back to the UK for a very brief visit. It has been nearly 6 months since I left Europe and it has been frantically busy. I have achieved and completed a fraction of the things that I wanted…

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God’s protection….again.

God’s protection was very real yesterday. As a passenger and I made our way up to the Passion for Jesus orchards in my car we very nearly died. A totally innocuous piece of road crumbled without warning and disappeared underneath the passenger side wheels. The car fell…

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A day out in Kigazi – and an introduction to 25 new House-guests!

It was only as we were completing the move to the new J10:10 House last week that I discovered that only one of the four staff that care for our children in Kabale had ever visited Kigazi – the remote mountaintop village where their young…

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Wide-eyed wonder…….

I think that my favourite moment of this weekend, the weekend that our children moved into the new J10:10 House, was when Gilbert said, with eyes wide and head shaking in disbelief…..’Imagine if we could finish our education  living in a place like this?!’ And…

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