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All kinds of November

Today was a sunny day – extremely hot for November, if you compare it with Belgium anyway, and I’m rely tired. Every professor is squeezing presentations and papers into our schedules, so it’s become really busy XD And then there is my ISP paper (Independent Study Project) that I need to write and my instructor is amazing, although his English is soooooooooo bad ^^ but he gave me books, I literally got a suitcase with books to go through, Japanese off course ’cause his English is bad (sorry for repeating myself ^^) but yeah =P… 670 more words


Uganda Host Country Day, A Trip to the Source of the Mighty Nile River, Jinja

By Kat Alexander

The Africa Travel Association’s 39th Annual World Congress was held from November 11-16, 2014 in Kampala, Uganda, with attendees hailing from across the African continent, the United States and beyond. 425 more words


Torinoichi at Otorisama

This year’s second and last Torinoichi fell on a Saturday, and I figured the crowds at the original Torinoichi market temple would be immense but I was obviously not taking this seriously enough. 107 more words


Harmony and Love

“Divine love is not egotistical; it is all-encompassing and finds joy in all things.” Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica

There is a realization that I cannot escape:  there is competition on the mission field and in “Christian ministry”. 670 more words

The Journey

Hopeland first performing arts DTS

Went to YWAM workshop in August here, and was praying about coming to their Performing Art.
This where I met David Griffith for the first time. 170 more words



October 2014 marked 2 years that I’ve been working as a missionary in Jinja, Uganda. I am incredibly thankful for what God has done during that time. 24 more words



After a month in the dusty city, I was ready for a fresh air escape. The other Global Links and Liverpool-Mulago Partership volunteers were in town for ‘The Hub’ conference, so we decided to take on the white water rafting in Jinja – the source of the great Nile. 887 more words