Container Adventures

We are thankful to God for the safe arrival of the shipping container on Sat 29th September 2012, with all the solar power system equipment, backpacks, donated medical gear and goodies for the orphanage and school.

As we finished the day we had an almighty thunderstorm with thunder cracking seemingly on top of Harvesters! It really made us think – God is here! He has shown His power and sovereignty in so many ways during the container’s 10 week journey from Launceston to Yei and once more in this incredible storm.  It was God’s rubber stamp of authority and approval for this project.  Shukran Rabuna (Thank you God).

 

 

4 Responses to Container Adventures

  1. Thanks heaps, Graeme. i thought it was perhaps my computer illiteracy that was the problem.
    Very exciting. A note of encouragement.
    On Thursdays, I join with some other mums, grand mums and students from LCC to pray. We encourage the youngsters. Lately we have been praying for you all.
    Just know we carry you all.
    Blessings,
    Elaine

  2. Praise God for your photo’s coming . What an adventure! Love reading your news,our prayers are with you Joy

  3. Hey,
    I met your family at the Airport Entebbe Guesthouse on November 1, 2013.
    I sat on the steps and talked to Caleb for a while. (The Solitary Guy).
    Jasmine and Caleb told me 4 jokes.

    Then we moved indoors and play “sporcle”.
    Caleb named the countries of Africa, Europe, and Oceania.
    Then we moved to the flags of Africa.

    I am home now in Austin, TX.
    My email is: berbou1981@gmail.com

    I am going to San Francisco on Wednesday with my wife Sally. I will return to Austin on Sunday.

    I will check the blog when I return home.

    I hope all of you are doing well.
    Bernie

  4. Graham,
    How are you and your family doing?
    I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas in joy, safety, and peace, and I am praying that all of you are beginning the 2014 year in peace.

    I have something I want to run by you.
    The end of my visit to Uganda was when I met Caleb and your family at the Airport Entebbe Guesthouse.
    I had visited with a doctor named Dr. Dan Douglas. I call him Triple D. And, I travelled everyday with Henry Lutwamma. He is the leader of our Uganda ministry Imagine Acts Ministry (I AM).

    Dan, Henry, and I have been thinking of a way to wean Henry, I AM’s only salaried person, from Westerns funds.

    Triple D is in Rakkai, Uganda. He moved there November. He has a Bible Study with 7 muslims, and a church of 15 people. He also meets with 20 pastors a week in the area. Henry has been there to meet and teach the 20 Pastors on our book ministries.

    Triple D told me that he would like to start a clinic. This would enable him to reach the sick in a village area, and from the profits of the clinic Henry could receive a continued salary. I have worked out a business plan that I would like you to look it over. I am inexperienced in this type of thing, and was wondering if you check it out to see if I have overlooked anything.

    If you are too busy and your wife finds you with too much to do, please tell me. There are other folks I can involve.

    Please send me an email, and I will attach my PDF.

    Thank you, and no that I am praying for your family.
    Bernie

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