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where my feet may fail - one year later

The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still. Exodus 14:14.

Numb. I feel completely numb.

This must be a bad dream. A joke. 730 more words

This Is Life

Lifted Veils

(Excerpt from my message shared on 7/20/14 at NewSong Vineyard Church)

We all know, when we are born, we are born into sin. We simply are not able to see clearly as God wants us to – to be able to see the world, ourselves, and others through a lens of truth. 1,145 more words

Faith Journey

Osibye otya, sebo?

“Osibye otya” means “how are you?” and it’s used after midday. In the morning, you say “wasuze otya?” which literally translated means “how did you spend the night?” but is used like “did you sleep well?” The correct answer in both situations is “Bulungi sebo/nnyabo” (good, sir/ma’am) or “Gyendi” (a more casual good). 993 more words

Story: Cutting Corners, Uganda

Cutting Corners. Uganda.

I wasn’t sure if Richardson has seen the baby hippo in front of us. He was too intent on trying to find baby hippos to the sides of us – amongst the undergrowth. 967 more words

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How Can Ugandans Benefit from an Oil Windfall? Policy Options to Manage Petroleum Revenues

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Courtesy of resourcegovernance.org

Uganda is on the path to becoming a significant oil producer in the next decade, with production potentially reaching over 200,000 barrels per day. 216 more words

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Encounter with the fragile giants

Between volcanoes, impenetrable jungle and endless savannah, Uganda is home to an exceptional wildlife. Off the beaten track, in little-known lands of East Africa, are hiding some of the world’s last remaining mountain gorillas. 17 more words

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