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Reflections

Reflections

Mission Uganda August 2019 is completed! I am back home and starting to get back into my normal life routine. As always, my heart is still partly in Uganda but it is so good to be back home living life with the “Hottie!” ( For you that don’t know me very well, the...
The Shiloh Ranch Story

The Shiloh Ranch Story

In July 2018, Mission Uganda (MU) took its first team to Uganda. One of the initial team members is a guy named Bryce Engbers.  Bryce had never been on a mission trip, so all this was new to him. This farm boy/hog producer from Iowa did things normal people don’t do...
David’s Story

David’s Story

In Uganda, there is an epidemic which hits the most vulnerable in society hardest—being orphaned. Uganda is suffering from a rampant HIV epidemic. In the Mukono District alone, with a population of around 600,000 people, 56% of the population is under the age of 18...
What a Team it Was!

What a Team it Was!

It is Good Friday today.  At NuMark we give Good Friday off as a holiday.  I am at the office working doing some quotes trying to catch up on some work.  I decided to listen and watch a video on YouTube that Aaron Groves sent me.  Mission Uganda was allowed to share...
God is a Missionary God

God is a Missionary God

It is Sunday morning. Very early, and it is raining outside. My town is asleep, waiting to do their Sunday activities. Many will go to church later today because that is what we do in this little Dutch town.  Many are very excited about last night’s basketball games...
Mission Uganda at Newton Church of the Way

Mission Uganda at Newton Church of the Way

When we go on a mission trip, we think we are going to help the people in Uganda. We have done our thing for Jesus, and we will go on with our lives. Trust us when we say you will be forever blessed, and you will never be the same. You may leave Uganda, but a part of...