Update from Carol in Uganda

Our time is really wrapping up here, so many things to do and people to see.

We went to see a lady and her 3 year old daughter today who was operated on to separate the two little webbed fingers on both hands. Anchored was able to pay for the surgery.

I really saw in the mother’s eyes that she could not believe that people that didn’t even know her would help her little girl to be free to live a normal life. She said she had given up hope that her little girl would be without a disability. I was able to share that God had not forgotten her and that He was the One who provided this operation and hope. She is a born again believer and we were able to share how much God loves her and her family of six children under the age of 12. That this is because He is the God who sees, loves and never leaves or forsakes us. The little girl will have to go through another process of some sort to straighten one of her knuckles. Please pray for Shantai and her mother Irene.

Yesterday we went to take Rose’s grandmother home and take them some food because they were out. We got there and she told the boys to show us how to dig up cassava. After getting the cassava up she brings a bag and puts it in to give it to us, then she brings out peanuts and fresh corn, lemongrass and some other plant for tea. Talk about humbling. God continues to amaze usπŸ™ŒπŸ»β˜πŸ»βœοΈ
We are working on a house for the girls that have been staying with us. It should be done by the end of the month. Rose, Naka and Joy will move in with another woman who will be their caretaker.

We had a marriage fellowship which was a true blessing and a lot of fun. They are organizing another before we leave because they have more questions and want to grow in Christ in their marriages.

Pastor Charles and Levenia came down for a few days to give our doctors and nurses a break and we were able to hear more about their work and fellowship in Buwama.

Praying for them to get onto a radio station to preach the word. The witch doctors are the only ones on this station right now.πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

Dr Juventine and Dr Elizabeth will come on Saturday to see us and pray together as we continue to plan for the different ministry works here in Uganda.

It is a bittersweet time for us and there are tears already flowing, but God is our Savior and His will is what we want. We are excited to come home, live and share of His glory during our precious time here.

We leave here on Monday, the 9th to go the Entebbe get our Covid test and see which flight we will get on to come home. We will arrive home on the 12th or 13th.

We sooo appreciate your love prayers and support and look forward to seeing you soon.


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