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Uganda Journey 2015- Second Report

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I had a great day. The team did too, but for me it was like a gift-wrapped package from Jesus. We went to Kalonga to see how the various projects and businesses have progressed. It is seven months since I was here, and so I was very curious.

Uganda Journey 2015-1st Report

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As we drove out of Kalonga with two buses of excited (and in some cases, nervous) team members and translators I was very aware that we were about to break new ground. On this, our first day of ministry, we were heading to a village where we had never been before. Upon entering Kibyamirizi (try saying that fast three times!), we were treated with a lot of very surprised faces. We were told that we were the first whites--mazungu--that the village had seen in a long, long time. Frankly, the medical clinic was rather hard.

Haiti Final Report: More miracles and blind eyes opened!

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Today, we are in Savory. It is a rural village that is a few miles from Gracette. It is very hot today. We looked into moving our mobile clinic outside, but with no success. As I walked along the trail that bisects the rice fields, I saw men and women bent over, picking the rice by hand. I expect their methodology hasn't changed at all in millennia. It is hard to imagine working in this heat day after day--and it will only get hotter during the next two months.

Gracette, Haiti Report: How clean water transforms a community

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Friday at noon. We are about an hour into a medical clinic in Gracette. This is the community where we have installed enough water filters so that all of the nearly 6,000 inhabitants have full access to clan, safe drinking water. Prior to Impact Nations coming the area was rampant with water borne disease, including cholera and typhoid. These are killers.

Miracles in Haiti: First Report

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It is 4:40 in the afternoon and we are in a community of a few thousand that runs along the river. As I write this, the sound system is being set up for our upcoming celebration. We already have much for which to be thankful. Today has been our first full day of ministry. From 10 until 3 we held a free clinic.

Widows Receive the Land- Covenant Blessings

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Thanks to all those who gave widows farmland through this year's Christmas catalog, 24

Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

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“Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”

The Harvest is Plentiful - Cambodia Second Report

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This has been a Journey filled with variety––praying in desperately poor slums; working with the children of prostitutes; conducting a medical clinic and evangelism & healing outreach in a rural village; ministering in a large church; going to the homes of factory workers; installing water filters in the homes of the poor; and ministering on the streets at night among the prostitutes.

The Impact of the Kingdom in the midst of Extreme Poverty - Cambodia First Report

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Following the Seeking, Inviting, Servant King - Uganda Fifth Report

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It has been a very busy week In Uganda. On Sunday, the team split into five groups; each one went to a different church where members preached, taught the congregation how to heal the sick, and gave testimonies. This is always a highlight on any Journey, as many have the opportunity (sometimes for the first time) to minister publicly. Once again, all returned to the hotel with stories of how God moved.

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