Hotel Le Petit Village
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... life that we do not deserve because of Christ. I thought it was a wonderful conversation and it was amazing to see the conviction in his eyes. We also went up monkey hill and watched the sun set and the monkeys as they jumped around between the different trees. Monkeys to Ugandans are like squirrels to us. It's just an every day thing. Anyway, I had a productive and fulfilling day. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to meet so many ...
... giving their testimony. Sarah then came and spoke and started leading worship. It as loud when she started and with every song it seemed as if the av guys had been told to turn the volume up by another 5%. After about 20 minutes some of us moved to the back of the arena, then outside, then to the bar area and finally to the car park where we could still hear everything going on as if we were inside. It was an ...
... too and the kids were concerned at how red she was and was asking if she was sick. Ibra was helping out again, cleaning the paint brushes, sweeping the floors and stairs....Jill was doing this but he took the brush from her, however he did ask her to mind his book so no-one else could use it! All in all, it was another successful day. We relaxed on the steps for a while with the children. Ibra couldn't wait to show Paul his school report, he ran back to his house and ...
... br> more of the park and saw water buck,wart hogs, buffalo and Ugandan
Cobb. Leaving there we passed lots of prisoners who were busy cutting
the grass at the edge of the road with machetes. I thought that was
dodgy because there was only one guard, even though he had a big gun,
there were still about 20 prisoners all dressed in canary yellow
clothes. The scenery en route varied from hilly, to forested and ...
... short presentation of their financial report, revealing a balance of income and expenses (NO shortfall), with nearly 50% of their expenses going to evangelism.
This evening, we enjoyed a meal out with our hosts, David and Sarah, at a local restaurant on the Nile River where it enters Lake Victoria. The setting was beautiful, especially as the sun was setting. It was an enjoyable meal; even more enjoyable was the time to get to know each other better.