joining the dots

I'm sorry, I haven't blogged for a long time. I hope to start again very soon, but until then, enjoy the archives!

The adolescence of a little bit of HOPE

It’s barely been half a year since the work of a little bit of HOPE got underway. We had been extremely encouraged by all the communication we were getting over … Continue reading

07/07/2012 · Leave a comment

My trip to Uganda

Later today I head to Uganda for a couple of weeks. My wife Hannah is already there so I’m eagerly looking forward to getting there. Don’t get me wrong, I … Continue reading

21/06/2012 · Leave a comment

Why Ugandans need facebook

Hannah’s written a post, which means there will be a spike in traffic to my blog! It is well known that most African cultures are based on the social and … Continue reading

20/06/2012 · Leave a comment

eBooks, discipleship in Africa, and the future of global Christianity

I believe in global terms Christianity is at a turning point. It’s possible that what the future of global Christianity looks like largely depends on what happens in Africa. Over … Continue reading

23/05/2012 · Leave a comment

In a nutshell… (Archive)

While we were in Uganda in 2011, ‘In a nutshell…’ was  our monthly newsletter type thing. This is the archive! December 2011 – Reflecting on an amazing year. November 2011 – Launching … Continue reading

06/12/2011 · Leave a comment

a miniscule bit of HOPE?

I thought I’d seen extreme poverty on several occasions this year. Turns out I hadn’t. But yesterday I did. Josephine, the administrator of a little bit of HOPE (Uganda), and … Continue reading

23/11/2011 · Leave a comment

Sorry.

It’s been way too long! I’m a man, so let me begin with the excuses. My teaching schedule got a little crazy. When I wasn’t teaching I was spending countless … Continue reading

13/10/2011 · Leave a comment

Stuck in the mud

I had a day off on Monday; I headed for Mbale to have a nice relaxing day with good coffee and good Internet. It also gave me the opportunity to … Continue reading

08/09/2011 · Leave a comment

Rita’s big day

{a blog by Hannah} Rita is a six year old girl. I met her a few months ago, she has a problem with her legs that means she is unable … Continue reading

06/09/2011 · 1 Comment

Learning about education

{a blog post by Hannah} The last few weeks have been crazy, manic, busy and wonderful! So much has happened that it would be impossible to talk about it all. … Continue reading

29/08/2011 · Leave a comment

Clouds and sunshine: Reflections on the funeral of a seven year old

Last week I attended a funeral of a seven year old boy called Livingstone. He was the son of a Pastor, from one of the rural churches I’ve been working … Continue reading

23/08/2011 · Leave a comment

A Sunday morning miracle

Yesterday morning a miracle occurred at Busolwe PAG! I wouldn’t go as far as to say it’s the talk of the town, but people are certainly talking about it. What … Continue reading

22/08/2011 · 1 Comment

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