I was going to title this post “Back in the swing of things”, but I realized that phrase can’t be used when talking about serving in Uganda. The last few months have been awesome and full of surprises. Let me first say I am continually amazed at how good and faithful God is! HE really is “that good”. And thank you to YOU for all your prayers and support, you truly make it possible to serve in Uganda. 🙂
I came back to Uganda with a huge list of projects (if you know me, you know how happy this makes me) and a fresh level of vision for a few areas I am already involved in. I am believing 2012 to be the busiest and most fruit-filled year yet. We have over 30 students on our interest list for Ignite already, and its only December! I’m expectant, and excited. One of the fun projects I was able to complete this last month was the installation of our new projector at church. We have been lacking in our ability to show powerpoint and pictures on Sunday mornings, and we finally got a new HD projector. Sorry for terrible picture of the great “picture”.
Last week I took a little spill on my motorcycle and broke a couple of bones in my wrist (right hand). I am having to learn one-handed life for the next couple months. I wrote this whole update one-handed! It’s a new challenge and a bit frustrating at times, but I am thankful a broken arm is all I got, and I may just become ambidextrous in the end. Perspective!!
We are busy getting ready for the Christmas season and the first of the year. Ignite, youth camp, and Life Church starting multiple services, all start in the next few months. Honestly each day, week, month, is better than last! God is good all the time, and all the time….. (This is your part). Thanks again for everything! I hope your Thanksgiving and Christmas are the best ones yet!
Love from the one-armed bandit,