Posted by: michelle g | July 30, 2008


We were visiting with some seminary friends in WI this past weekend.  One of Jacob’s former classmates held a picnic for us during the weekend we spoke at his church.  We were pebbled with lovely questions which is so fun because we love to talk about Uganda.  The conversation turned to the people of Uganda.  I shared how people may ask us 100 questions about Uganda and never ask us about the people or culture.  Why is that?

The Ugandan people are the most important part of our ministry.  The food, climate, and housing don’t matter nearly as much.  The next time you meet a missionary, try asking about the people with whom they serve.  You just might receive a most interesting insight into God’s work.


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