Author Archives: elizabethbumpas

The Daily Call

Greetings from Gulu! Praise God…He is still on the throne and His love endures forever! (Just remember that as Nov. 8th approaches.) It’s been a while since I last posted to the blog and a few friends have asked why. … Continue reading

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A Memorable Month

It’s been a memorable month in Gulu…sandwiched between health challenges.  After two years, I finally succumb to malaria.  Dr. Katie diagnosed me quickly and got me on meds.  I was down for about a week.  I’m currently fighting an unpleasant … Continue reading

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Joining God’s Work

It was late afternoon on a Friday in early February and my team and I were headed to the village of Palenga with the Jesus Film.  I had three students from the theological college and my tech guy with me.  … Continue reading

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Things Have Changed

Things have changed. I’m not the same person I was 18 months ago.  The world looks very different to me.  I vacillate between feelings of despair for a broken world and hurting humanity and a deep sense of gratitude and … Continue reading

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His Ways are Higher

I’m sitting on my bed staring out the window at the huge tree with beautiful orange blossoms as tears roll down my face. I’ve been trying to write a blog post for weeks but the words would not come. It’s … Continue reading

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Ordination – August 11, 2015

Tents were set up and the people were assembled outside the church building because it was not big enough to hold the large crowd. The service began and I was asked to give the first reading from Isaiah 6:1-8. When I … Continue reading

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Seeing is Believing!

Last week I took the Jesus Film to the students of the Women’s Development Center.  The Jesus Film shares the gospel verbatim from the book of Luke.  It is translated into the local Acholi language.  The girls were spell bound … Continue reading

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