We Do What We Can't Do Apart
|With Mother (91) and Dad (90)|
While I was away in America, every day I searched my email inbox for a blog written by the team that I left behind in the care of my wife and Jeff Kasigwa. This Hands4Uganda team originated out of Pocatello, Idaho, but has two team members on it from Alaska and North Carolina. I sensed they had been brought together for a special reason and was anxious to read about each day they spent in Uganda. If you are interested in discovering how they spent their time and what a short term mission can look like you can read about their time in Uganda here.
I gladly confess that, while my time here has been special (especially with my daughter Stephanie who has been with me for the entire duration), I've missed my Ugandan home and family. I'm proud of the work they continued in my absence. There is no way I could do what I do without this special team around me. My daughter Stephanie, who works in the home office, Jeff's leadership with the team that is leaving today, and Pam's attention to the big picture and the small details have allowed me to be here at the same time a group of six visitors from the States are there.
|Hands4Uganda Team with my Ugandan family|