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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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African Christian Theology Class with the Rev. Canon Willy Akena

Today was so much fun! I sat in on Rev. Canon Willy Akena’s class on African Christian Theology. It was very informative. He talked about the importance of indigenous ministry…that is…Africans ministering to Africans because there are no language or … Continue reading

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Women’s Bible Study Welcome Dinner

Every Friday evening a group of women in ministry in the Diocese gather for fellowship and Bible study. I have been invited to join them and I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to develop friendships in this way. This … Continue reading

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I See You & I Hear You

About five years ago I spent a week at Mepkin Abbey, a Benedictine monastery near Charleston. I admire the monastic lifestyle and was looking forward to spending a week with the monks…eating, praying, contemplating, etc. The Benedictines are known for their … Continue reading

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