Category Archives: Musana

I want to build a hospital

I’ve been working on this post for a month.  Seriously.  The scariest part of both of my trips to Uganda was the fundraising because I hate asking people for money.  But the thing is, I really believed in those trips to Musana … Continue reading

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“Furi”

On our second day at Musana, I spent several hours hanging out in the chapel with the kids. While some of them braided my hair, others crowded around me pointing at pictures in their dictionary that they were unfamiliar with. … Continue reading

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Musana reflections

As I sat in the warm water of my bathtub, for the first time in two weeks I closely examined my feet.  Even though I’ve lost toenails from running, my feet have never looked this worn.  Blisters, calluses, scratches, and … Continue reading

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That’s all folks!

Sometime today, Sunday, we’ll start our journey to head back to Colorado.  I think we get to board a flight up to Europe around 1AM Monday morning – which means our bus ride to a city with an airport will start several … Continue reading

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VBS Friday: Even when you’re afraid, Jesus loves you!

Today’s story is about how Ananias bravely helped Saul.  You can read it here. For this story, I plan to be somewhat in Bible character again, saying, “I can’t believe you made it here safe!  Are you okay?  There’s this … Continue reading

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VBS Thursday: Even though you do wrong, Jesus loves you!

Today’s story is on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.  You can read it here. The implementation behind today’s story is pretty touching.  It goes through Jesus’ arrest, trial, the way he was mocked and beaten, and finally crucified. … Continue reading

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VBS Wednesday: Even when you don’t understand, Jesus loves you!

Today’s story is about Jesus washing his disciples’ feet.  You can read it here. This lesson will start with us telling the kiddos that this story took place while Jesus was having a meal with his disciples, so we’re going … Continue reading

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