Emmanuel asked the children what they might buy with that money if they saved for something bigger? The children replied that they would buy rabbits. The cost of a rabbit is 10,000 shillings, fifty trips carrying water cans back and forth for each rabbit.
Now, I am so pleased to say that the ladies of DCF Uganda have a sewing machine! It is a thing of service and beauty, a joy, a wonder! Emmanuel wrote to tell us that he would disassemble it to get it home on a boda boda, or motorcycle taxi. Today, it is in the hands of his wife. She is ready to make some old things new, and teach other women to sew for a living.
The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. This is the Lord‘s doing; it is marvelous in our eyes. This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118: 22-24 We often quote this verse about today — every day — being the day … Continue reading "Good Friday"
Our vision is three, and yours makes four. God has given Emmanuel His vision as Director. He provides Pete with His vision as Chaplain. He gives Dave His vision as Advisor. We each look at this life and eternal life from different windows so we see different things. Those three visions are different than yours. … Continue reading "Clear Vision"