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  When a Boy Becomes a Man
In the last newsletter we told you about Ronnie, the teenaged boy from Lake Victoria Children” Home. Ronnie came to work as a plumbers helper at Nkumba during his spring break to earn money for his soon to be orphaned cousins. When we were in Uganda in June we had a chance to see his work first hand. Read More >>
  News from Nkumba
In June a work crew traveled to Uganda to work at the home in Nkumba. The goal of this trip was to complete a dining hall and bathrooms for the home in Nkumba. The material for this project had been sent months earlier on the container. Read More >>
  May I Call You Mommy?
When planning our trip to Uganda, several times I wondered what I would do to stay busy while the guys were busy working on the building. Several trips to Kampala and a visit to Bethel Covenant College to check on the progress of the 7 LVCH boarding school children filled the first few days. Once the shipping container arrived in Nkumba, there was plenty of unpacking and sorting to do. Read More >>
  Mercy Ministries Kid's Camp
In January a team of five from Water’s Edge Church in Carol Stream left for Uganda to visit Mercy Ministries. During our visit we had planned to do something special for the 60 orphans of Mercy Ministries. But God took that idea and moved through the hearts of many different people including the kids at the home to organize a Kid’s Camp. This is a story about Him and His efforts to reach the lives of 800 children. Read More >>
  Medical Supplies
On March 4 members of the board and lots of help from members of Bethel Christian Reformed Church gathered at Bethel to load the forty foot container destined for Uganda . The idea of a shipping container was born 2 years ago when we were sitting in the clinic at Zana. Zana Presbyterian Church has a church, a Bible College for indigenous pastors, a small store, a micro enterprise ministry, a program for orphans in guardianship homes and a medical clinic for the community. Read More >>