This was another busy trip with much to do and moving quickly to get it all done. We visited 7 schools including one nursery school. We handed out 960 writing tablets to each school along with soccer balls, flashcards, globes, jump ropes, jacks, pencils, and pens. We visited a prison of 238 inmates where 39* of them made a decision to follow Christ. I spoke at the Makerere University to a group of around 3000 students about abstinence and the courting process. We did a two day marriage conference for pastors and their wives where we gave rings to all those who didn't have one. We also gave them literature about the love languages and gave everyone a pen, a day planner, a writing tablet, and other helpful literature to continue the work we helped begin. We helped with the ordination service of my good friend pastor John Baguma and the following Sunday helped with a dedication service for 12 young children and babies. We did many home visits, and I preached 3 Sundays as well as sharing some music with the churches we visited.
This was Katie, one of our team teaching Sunday School at Church of the Cross Uganda in Kidibuli.
Here I was with Pastor John, wife jackie, and the LC3 (local Council member) from the district.
This is team member Joan Ferguson teaching an adult Sunday school class at COTC Uganda.
Here we were at the PRC (Pastors Resource Center) looking over the many books we have shipped.
David dedicating one of the baby's at the dedcation service in Kidibuli.
David and pastor John at the equator.
Couple a pics from the prison where 39 lives where changed as they prayed to follow Christ........