Dear partners in the gospel of Jesus Christ,   It has been crazy month of June with all of its ups and down but above all our God reigns and his Kingdom will never end. One of the difficult things we have dealt with as ministry of FCM was passing of our team member faithful…

I am Royce Watkins, the new President of Four Corners Ministries.  My wife, Sandra, and I spent about 16 months over the last two years serving at Abaana’s Hope in Northern Uganda.  I have not had the privilege of meeting most of the people receiving this E-blast.  We had a small number of family and…

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…

  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…

The beginning of July brought the much-needed rains we’ve lacked for our crops and the newly planted grass on the football (soccer) field and playground.  As I mentioned in the June Update, God’s tank was much bigger than ours.  We received just enough rain in June to keep things alive and the July rains are…

The month of June started out very dry (which is unusual for May-June).  Our crops and newly planted grass on the football field and playground needed rain desperately.  A couple of our guys came up with an idea to irrigate our grass from a tank on the back of our Canter, attached by pipe to…

The first couple of days of May brought our first illness since we’ve been in Uganda.  I had fever, chills, achy joints, throwing up and another symptom that I’ll just say will probably bring us a record water bill.  Since we are taking Lariam for malaria, I thought I had the flu.  Then we were…

The first week of April brought us rain, welcomed cooler weather and our third wedding in Gulu.  This couple is friends that help us with the Sunday afternoon Bible study at Abaana’s Hope (AH).  Dennis often leads the adults while Harriet leads the children’s Bible story.  I’ve shared with you that weddings here are long,…

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