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They hold a special place in our hearts! Perhaps you had a praying grandma and there were many nights she brought your name before the Lord, petitioning him on your behalf. Or, maybe she picked you up and brought you to church with her on Sundays so you could share her love for God.
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Now my eyes will be open and my ears attentive to the prayers offered in this place. Mainly we are basing in 2 Chronicles The prayer of our Bookeeper, Ethel, who knows Uganda is local doors, borders and shudders of the grannies and schools, and believe it also Uganda is suffering from millions and millions of Locusts descending on its prays from the deserts north of Uganda.
For God and my country. In Uganda the President has restricted all he could. The borders and airport were just closed. Needless to say, we are eager to be in Uganda soon, all of us are here waiting it out like all of you in your various safest ways possible. Our boys will stay on their school terms via the computer. On the other side of the globe, our staff also practices safe distance and sanitation while they serve others and advance the ministry of TWH. YES we build physical homes for these destitute families that allows them to survive in their time on this earth BUT those are temporary in the BIG picture….
Widows & orphans
Granny Topirista is the 10th granny family Pray that you may have been a part of blessing by your prayerful or financial participation. A lovely and not complaining grannie. Her mom stays in the bigger house next to her terrible shelter. There are exceptions but it looks like this is not one of the exceptions. Mainly Topirista cares for the 5 children of her deceased son ranging from ages 8 to Christianity is making some progress in helping the people of Uganda on this topic. In addition to the 5 children of her deceased son Topirista had 9 children of her local To top it off, her mom is living and blind.
For reasons you now know, Topirista was the first one to have her home built in ! Thank you for ing in our journey. Richard grew up in. He has five siblings. His father died young and was raised by his mother, than after she remarried his Granny raised him. He grew up in the Church of Uganda Anglican and went through confirmation, but then one night he had a vision that he needed to be saved.
The next morning in church there was a visiting pastor who preached on salvation and he went forward and accepted Christ. He was feeling that God wanted him back in the field. That is when he heard about this job. He loves the opportunity to preach salvation to the grannies, their grandchildren, and neighbors. He has reported many people including Muslim neighbors accepting Christ. He finds the motorcycle with muddy road conditions to be a challenging part of his job. His job of Granny coordinator is helping to provide the shillings for those classes.
He asks for prayer that he chooses the right marriage partner and that he saves the money to buy a home. Luke and the beginning of the Church in Acts.
Several men were on our compound and are temporarily working with a sub contractor. None of them believe in Jesus as God or as Savior.
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They were kind of skeptical, at the suggestion Jesus is God, but were very interested at the testimony of Luke talking so confidently, just reporting what happened but in so doing expressing his own belief in it all. One thing I wanted them to know was what I called an American proverb. We will see who shows up tomorrow! Her eye had a thorn in it. It has been worked on by a Physician who knew what to do, thanks to our nurse, Asaph, who took care of her needs.
She also is of another faith but something special happened just then.
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Please pray for Fatima and the children in her family. A very nice environment to raise them to a bigger size. The staff love them although generally Ugandans cannot really love dogs. As such they protect and cannot be corrupted according to one of our guards. Hope so. That looks to be so! Alfred built a foundation with bricks and cement that is very strong and this roofing contractor is doing his part to put the stick built trussing structure up to support grass roofing material.
When the poles are all up and in place grass is put on in bundles, layered and secured.
I hope the end product looks so good. But by the quality of the rafters the grass will probably be good too! Now, where does he get the grass? He travels by taxi from Nasuti about 5 hours to the shores of lake Victoria, then by boat to an Island where the grass is growing. He hires local men to cut it, and bundle it, and stack it. We do, so we need to spray our grass as it waits to go up and finally again when it gets to the roof.
When it arrives they load it onto a truck then to its home in Nasuti. The Latrine too is nearly done, a four stall beauty with a real septic system hand dug and hand mixed and poured concrete made right there. With the 4 pit latrine style toilets there are two baths for bathing and changing.
What luxury we will make available to our Pastors! Again, you all, thank you for your generous praying, and your generous giving and praise the Lord over and over for what He has done. We look to what He will do as well! Marcia and I are so thankful it will be run by Pastor Terry Nester our missionary Pastor from our church in Jinja and taught by Pastor Daniel and probably a few others along the way. Pray for men on our staff and those others God has to come, that they will come and be faithful to work diligently and persevere to transform, and become the Shepard of their community God calls them to be.
Yesterday we approved two more after the interviews.
Fatina lives in the smallest straw and broken brick home 9 x 10 with four daughters and her son PLUS her 3 grandchildren ages 9, 6, and 3. She has a thorn stuck in her eye. We will get her to an eye doctor and hopefully get her agreement ed next week and start her home and latrine very soon.
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Please pray for God to be their Husband and their God. It was local to sit down and break bread with the builders, farmers and pastors who work so diligently bringing shelter, food Pray Jesus to the people of Uganda. Matthew Both here and there, He remains…our safe place to be. Psalm In Uganda the President has restricted all he could. He visits each of our families in small groups twice a month for Bible study. Granny Topirista has a huge family. For reasons you now grannie, Topirista will have her home be the first The Way Home construction team will build this coming as soon as possible, beginning January!
We are thankful for your friendship, prayers, and ask if you can help, and encourage you to continue if you are already give, but if not please give what you can to support the expansion of the Kingdom through The Way Home, sending your gift payable to Every Child Ministries, memo note: The Way Home.
Today is Monday, June 1.
God bless, Russ. Granny Elizabeth Yesterday we approved two more after the interviews.
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Granny Fatina plus 8! Thanks and talk to you soon! Fred writes: Today was bittersweet as it was our last day at The Way Home. This morning Heather sped off on the boda to track down the last three grannies while I stayed behind and spent some time talking to director Russ about how our church might be able to assist him in what God is doing here.
Later in the day we had a very special treat as we were able to be present at a granny interview where she was informed that she would be receiving a new home.
Her son passed away and left her with three orphaned grandkids and she still has three daughters at home as well. They are all sleeping in the round eight foot diameter hut pictured below. Director Russ shared with them how God has a heart for widows and orphans and that there are people in America who love God and desire to obey Him and invest in the things that He cares local and that is how they are receiving their new home. At the end of our time pray them He then also had an grannie, at the request of one of the Ugandan pastors who will be following up with the family, to share the way of salvation with them.
It was astounding to hear the sensitive, culturally relevant way in which he was able to share the Good News — Good News that began years ago in Palestine and now traveled to east Africa by way of North America. Amazing stuff here. 1 2 Next.
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