I recently returned home from my third trip to Uganda, Africa. I have so much to share however I can't put it all into words yet. Imagine that, me at a loss for words. 😉 I'm so thankful for cell phone cameras and large storage capacity! The pictures I took of the people I met… Continue reading Thank You From Sarah In Uganda
Over the last year I've really been burdened by the amount of women who are being trafficked. Some women enter by choice as they are in desperate situations needing financial income. Others have been kidnapped, drugged, and forced into prostitution. Each woman then becomes enslaved to a horrid life. My heart hurts for these women… Continue reading Human Trafficking Is Happening All Around Us
Psalm 103 says; “Bless the Lord oh my soul and all that is within me Bless His holy name......the Lord performs righteous deeds and judgments for all who are oppressed.” Wow! Where do I even begin? The last 17 days have been some of the most emotional days I've experienced. Extreme highs and extreme lows… Continue reading Ethiopia….Uganda….USA…. Where to Begin?
Have you heard the New Year buzz? "What's your word to focus on?" It's like the replacement for resolutions. Instead of making a bunch of specific goals you simply pick a word or phrase that you want to focus on developing in your life over the next year. I’ve been doing this for many years… Continue reading What’s Your Word for 2018
Today we began the journey home. Sitting here on the plane I'm attempting to process all that I've seen and felt. These last nine days have flipped my world upside down. Everything was so different from what I'm used to. The following is very raw thoughts so I apologize for the scattered thoughts and typos!… Continue reading Journey Home
"This is the day which the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it." Psalm 118:24 Mama Juliette, Pastor Andrews wife asked us to come to the church early today because she had a surprise for us! When we arrived she presented us with Gomez dresses, traditional dresses that Ugandan women wear… Continue reading Worship In Uganda
We arrived late last night in Uganda and then drove 5+ hours to get to our hotel after 18 hours of flying. The drive was like nothing I've ever seen before. Traffic laws are not like the USA and the highways are not what we're accustomed to! We went back and forth between paved road… Continue reading Day One…Welcome to Uganda