I’m wrapping up the sound conditioning project on Tuesday and extremely excited at the results. The pastor came up to me on sunday and said the change was “immeasurable”. I’m excited to wrap up this project and take on 5 more. We are going to start recording a Ugandan worship album next month and I get to help head it up. The project for the next few weeks is going to fix the boat sitting in our driveway. I’m going to help get it running so it will fly across the lake again and can be sold. Life has been incredible and literally something new everyday. I had the opportunity to take a mini vacation and go and visit one of my good friends Kyrre in Mbale (western Uganda). He moved there with his family and for his last week here in Africa I went up and helped make it an adventure. We rented motorcycles and toured around his part of Uganda. We went to Sipi falls and hiked 10 miles to see the most beautiful waterfalls I have ever seen. We ate some really good food and met some pretty interesting people. We went rock climbing and visited the Nyro painted rocks for a day. The farmers surrounding his compound said there was a 9′ spitting cobra haunting them. So, we tried our hand at cobra hunting, to rescue a village. We never found the cobra, even after trying everything to get it to come out of its hole. This was probably a God thing. After 300km on a motorcycle and all the exploring/cobra hunting I was pretty tired but was able to give him the ok to leave Africa, made my way back to Entebbe and got him to his plane. It was great to get away, but I missed all the ignite students and being busy here. I spoke at chapel last week on the importance of keeping the testimony of what the Lord has done in their lives this far and how important it is that they use their testimonies to encourage along the next generation in the ways of God. It went great! There is never a lack of things to do and I think if we were any less busy I would get bored. Jesus is incredible, thank you all for your prayers and support. Happy easter!!!!!