Pugwini Men, Day 1

7 months ago we left these men with a charge to rely on our God to be their strength, their love, and their provision. Since we left – every Friday at 9am (they have men’s meetings at 4pm Uganda time) I pray for the community of men. Today we were reunited with those men. I […]

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Sea of 1000 Men

Ok it wasn’t 1000, it was 982. That is how many men where in the Gulu prison today! Have you ever played a game of soccer in a sea of 1000 men wearing yellow? Or maybe chickens in the field grazing? What about a tree and two volley ball poles. Well that is what we […]

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Terrell 2/5

Returning to Uganda for the third time was a somewhat surreal experience as 2 days before leaving I was still feeling the effects of the flu and a day before I was seeing it take hold of my family. God and my wife ha other plans for me as I was going on this trip. […]

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Josh Kahlich- Bwiese slum

Today I saw a family in Kampala and I just saw this boy my age who was in second grade. I thought that he was to old to be in second grade. I’m in 9th grade and that’s usual in the states. But 14 in 2nd grade was actually normal in Uganda and I couldn’t […]

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Stepping into the Crosshairs

When we answer the call to serve the Lord, we step into Satan’s cross hairs. Whether we are prepared or not, there is a target on our back. That thought can be scary for quite a few people, but while in the midst of spiritual warfare, God is always with us and will see us […]

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Finding God in India

Brentwood has recently begun a drive for sponsoring orphaned boys that are housed at the Jackson Mission School in India. The Jackson Mission School was founded by our partner, Dr. Kadari, and is currently being run by him and his son Noel. Our church has had such an amazing impact on this area, through our […]

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Child Brides in Yemen

On September 10th, news broke in Yemen that a child, 8-years-old, was married off to a man five times her age, and then died on her wedding night. This has caused an outcry in the media according to social activist in the area, and has uprooted the problem of child brides again. The reason many […]

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A Revival Coming in the Middle East

I recently had the opportunity to go on a NOW 10/40 trip to the Middle East. It was a mission built on evangelism rather than medical ministry or construction. It was a life changing trip that I want everyone to know about, not only so that you can see what God is doing in the […]

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Newer and Deeper Levels in the Middle East

Most of us have heard about the current situation in the Middle East in regards to the Syrian war, specifically the loss of life, displacement of millions, and the general instability of many countries in the region. We hear about the thousands killed every month, but as we can not put faces to the victims, […]

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