Pure and Simple

Today was a very special day for the team, and one that was truly something we will not soon forget (although I feel that most of our experiences here will be this way). Today we headed to the main hub of Sports Outreach Institute in Gulu- Koro Farm. We will be visiting here frequently throughout […]

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Meet Imran!

Imran is a simple guy from a village in Pakistan. Due to his family’s poverty, he did not even get a chance to finish his elementary education. So he is practically illiterate. He is also one of the only Christians from his Muslim village, yet Imran loves Jesus. When we first met Imran he was […]

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The Pig killed the Chicken

Brentwood log; star date 2-8-2014 Nate Foutz checking in to share a little piece of what God did today in Uganda. Rob Cousins and myself decided to lead men’s ministry this morning with all of the men of Pugwini while the rest of the team continued on with the medical ministry. I was so amazed […]

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Pugwini day 2 continued

Adam here. What was supposed to be a half day of medical outreach turned into a marathon of spiritual and medical ministry. Even a we pulled up to the village I could see that a long day awaited us as 150+ we’re waiting for us under the shade of a large tree next to the […]

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Pugwini Women, Day 1

Beth speaking 🙂 Today was absolutely beyond amazing. It is going to be really hard for me to even put it into words. We were able to visit the Pugwini village. For me, this was very special because I was fortunate enough to visit in the summer of 2012 with Brentwood to build a piggery. […]

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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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