Hi everyone, I wanted to post a quick update regarding our medical missions trip for Uganda. We’re leaving today. There are 9 in our group from CC Philly, and we’ll be joining a group from Calvary Chapel Entebbe as we go out to 6 different islands on Lake Victoria and host free medical clinics, and outreach’s to those on the islands. I will try to update on here as much as I can, but during our time on the islands I know for sure I will not be able to update the site. Hopefully I can write on Saturday or Sunday of this week, and the following week. Some specifics that you can be praying for are :
– Safety traveling to and from Uganda
– Our health as we will be camping with no electricity or running water
– Energy to tirelessly serve the people we meet each day
– Salvation for those who are presented with the Gospel
– Unity with our team, and with the team from C.C. Entebbe
– The glory of Christ to be revealed more in our lives
Also here is our itinerary so that you can pray for some of these specifics each day of our trip:
We arrive in Entebbe on Friday night, February 24, and will be staying on the mainland helping with CC Entebbe’s kids club on Saturday February 25th. On Sunday February 26th I will be teaching at CC Entebbe for the morning service.
Sunday afternoon, February 26th
Leave in the afternoon on the boat for Kim Island to set up camp.
Monday and Tuesday, February 27th – 28th
Medical outreach at Myende Island and Kim Island.
Tuesday afternoon – Travel to Zinga Island to set up camp.
Wednesday and Thursday, February 29th –March 1st
Medical Outreach on Zinga Island.
Thursday afternoon – Travel to Kakyanga to set up camp.
Friday March 2nd – Medical outreach at Kakyanga and Kitufu Islands
Friday afternoon return to Entebbe.
Saturday, March 3rd – Medical Outreach in Nangombe, and Kids Club back at Calvary Chapel Entebbe.
Sunday, March 4th – Church in the morning and then getting ready to leave that night.
Monday, March 5th – Arrive back in the States!
Thanks for praying for us! I can’t wait to write about all that the Lord did!