I will begin with thanking God for who He is and Him being in control of everything that happens under the sun. The month of July has been the most difficult for the people of South Sudan. We were supposed to celebrate our 5th independence anniversary but all turned into full-scale war. This war was…

Greetings from our home in Uganda! Can you believe it has been a year (1 month and some odd days) since we packed our bags, said our goodbyes and boarded a plane to our new home in Gulu, Uganda? We can say without a doubt this year has flown by, and at times stood still….

There are many exciting things going on at Abaana’s Hope. So many projects that we can hardly keep up and in fact we rarely do. It is so easy to grow discouraged when facing various obstacles and its even easier to get over zealous when things are moving well. The medical clinic, the foster home, the…

Greetings to all! Many of our family and friends have had questions along our journey about Abaana’s Hope and why we are serving in Northern Uganda. My hope is that this blog post will help everyone better understand what Abaana’s Hope is about and see  the impact that Abaana’s Hope is having on its community….

Happy New Year from Uganda! As we look back over the past year God has been at work in more ways than one. We are so thankful for the opportunities that we have had and the people that we have met along life’s journey in 2013. We are so excited to see what 2014 will…

October, 2013 Update: O.K., I’ll admit it!  There are times I put on a happy face for the world around me and pretend that everything is fine when it is not.  Far too often, I allow Satan to rob me of the joy I have in Christ with circumstances he puts in my path.  There…

The following blog was written by visiting board member and great friend, Harold Harmon. We are so blessed to have him with us. Why am I in Gulu, Uganda? Many of you that know that I am an old pharmacist and Dee (wife) and I have made a few mission trips in the past years in…

  On September 18, 2013, Uganda’s Leading Daily Newspaper had this article:   Gulu Choking On Her People—Gulu town could as well suffocate from the stench of it own sewage.  This is a town characterized by the absence of consistent clean water supply, a poor drainage system with sewers bursting, spilling their content on the…

The Abaana’s Hope Team and I had the pleasure of hosting an Abaana’s Hope intern from California, Taylor Henderson, the month of August. Taylor was a complete pleasure and joy to work with. Her spirit and willingness to work hard was greatly appreciated by all of the Abaana’s Hope Team! Taylor spent a total of…

  August was the best month we’ve experienced in Gulu, Uganda!  We were blessed to have our family here from late July through the first two weeks of this month.  The West family has settled into their house and the work at Abaana’s Hope.  The Barbrey family arrived and both Chase and Kimmey have already…

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