Monthly archive for May2014

I just don’t get it!!!

I am an African villager in Europe. A slightly more dazed version of ‘The Clampetts go to Maui’. And I genuinely don’t ‘get’ it any more. My lovely (and now more European than I!) wife and I are in Paris. Yep, that’s right, Hildah Kyomugisha…

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Au revoir Uganda…….

So………..tomorrow my precious wife Hildah and I will travel to Kampala……and then to Istanbul…..and finally to Europe on Friday. At last. We have finally, after three years of trying, been granted a visa to travel to any of the mainland European countries and so we…

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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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Another school term……

……and therefore another opportunity to see how God is: deepening His unique and individual relationship with all of the children in our care showing us how to make poverty history in a REAL way Yesterday was a very beautiful chaos at the J10:10 House –…

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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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Paint, desks, feet and three new additions to the J10:10 House………

Busy, busy, busy………… I look forward to the school holidays here in Uganda. It is a very welcome break for our brilliant team, a substantially cheaper period for me as I’m not feeding 55 kids and 7 staff at the J10:10 House, and, supposedly, a…

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God’s way……..rarely easy but ALWAYS best

I have run businesses since I was about 20 years old. For the last quarter of a century I have had to make difficult decisions and then communicate those decisions. To my shame I often relish confrontation. But the decision I made about Michelle’s future…

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