To the Nations: Uganda, July 2015

We want to thank these beautiful people for supporting our mission.

Little Dresses for Africa (hand made dresses and shorts)

Soles4Souls (Sketchers footwear)

Tom Mims DDS (toothbrushes and toothpaste)

Worthy Family Dentstry (toothbrushes and toothpaste)

Michelle Pickard and Emily Richard (toothbrushes and toothpaste)

Benevis LLC (toothbrushes and toothpaste) 

Emily Muniz and friends (Auburn University T-shirts)

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church (Monstrance, Mass Kit)

Life Teen International (Polo shirts, kneelers, banners)

Deacon Paul Dietz (Stations of the Cross)

Scrubs N More (scrubs for clinic day)

Amanda Grassi, Life Teen Camp Covecrest (van shuttle service for missionaries)

Knights of Columbus Council 11746 (fund-raising dinner)

Franciscan Martyrs of Siroki Bijeg Secular Order Franciscan Fraternity

Kathi Traywick OFS (handmade pottery bowls/sponsor Soup Supper for Uganda)

Corinth Baptist Church

Numerous prayer warriors and donors

Tuesday, 7 July 2015 - We departed from Atlanta Georgia for Masaka, Uganda. Once we arrived in Masaka and settled in, we had supper, shared our stories with one another, and finished with evening prayer.

Friday, 10 July 2015 - Visit the Sick

Saturday, 11 July 2015 - Clothe the Naked

13 July, 2015

14-17 July 2015

Today was our clinic day, it was very basic, but needed. Deworming, assessments, toothbrushes, toothpaste, vitamins etc..... We saw many things... from Jaundice, Malaria, chickenpox, extreme heart murmurs, clicks, rubs and gallops, severe dental problems. The people just wanted to be helped. We figure there were more than 1,200 that passed through the little church that we were working in. It took about 5 hours to see them all.            

Yesterday we went back to the house that we are building and hauled a lot of dirt to fill in the floors.  It is a small 2 room house, and beause it is built on a bit of a hill one end is lower than the other.  So, we filled in the floors up to the brick line where the cement floor will be poured.  Then, everyone that was there helping was invited inside to pack down the dirt..there were lots of big people and lots of kids all in a chain line singing and weaving there way from one room to the next, and back again.  It was fun. 

I better send this before something happens to the internet...or the went out a few minutes ago, but came back on quickly. 

18-20 July, 2015