Here is another window into the corner of the world we call home. We are thankful for the time in the USA: cool weather, old friends and dear family, familiar foods, good visits with local congregations, and many daily conveniences…but the excitement of getting back to our labors in Africa is growing as the time gets closer!
Photo 1: Young shepherd boys leading their family’s cows to the watering hole.
Photo 2: The main prison in Arua where it is a joy to fellowship with believers!
Photo 3: Students receiving Bibles after an 8 week program. “We used to know about Jesus; now we know Jesus.”
Photo 4: One of our favorite homes to visit. Many times of family worship!
Photo 5: Good, sturdy, old-fashioned scaffolding gets the job done.
Photo 6: Passion fruit is one of our favorite sweet treats in East Africa.
Photo 7: Biblical manhood day: study, prayer, feasting, and games commenced!
Photo 8: A less than friendly looking caterpillar we chose not to pick up.
Photo 9: City traffic in the big city 12 hours south, picking up permits to remain in-country.
Photo 10: One of the best little side street restaurants, run by our brother Howard.
Photo 11: Ladies getting a ride to their homes after discipleship on a rainy day.
Photo 12: Young men packing food bags as gifts for their outreach to neighbors.
Photo 13: Kilby trying to hang with the young men while playing pick2 (like Uno).
Photo 14: A man walking an obedient cow down the main road in town.
Photo 15: One of Kilby’s young ladies saved up and prepared a meal for her!
Photo 16: Thursday night Bible Study and Bible Storytelling with the local church.
Photo 17: A rural Study Bible training with some brothers excited to learn.
Photo 18: Our friend Bush opening his Bible. “This is my first brand new book!”
Photo 19: Young men’s discipleship group after study and soccer time.