For these two months, I just have one word: lockdown, lockdown, lockdown—or is that two words? Anyway, that is it for this letter. Let me close with, please pray for . . . wait! After talking to the family, they said I should write a bit mo [...]
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For many months now, I have been going to the Rwandan Embassy in Kampala, Uganda, in order to give Power of Attorney to someone in Rwanda; but after going so many times and hearing, “Come back next week,” over and over, it is clear that Rwa [...]
To close out the year, I wish to proclaim that God is still in control! We started going to a small Baptist church in Kampala that was struggling a bit. We are really rejoicing over what God has allowed us to do. As one person said, “We bre [...]
We have been busy these two months getting settled in Uganda. It is a real challenge to start over from scratch in a new country. We don’t know the city. We don’t know where to shop. We have to get all the basics set up: phone, bank account [...]
This really is a special update. Many have already seen on the news that I was arrested and deported from Rwanda, so I need to tell clearly what happened in order to show that I did not break any laws in Rwanda. The months of July through S [...]
“But and if ye suffer for righteousness' sake, happy are ye: and be not afraid of their terror, neither be troubled.” (I Peter 3:14) Well, I can honestly say that this verse is much easier to read than it is to live. In all of this trouble [...]
Well, praise the Lord! We finally paid our last payment for our lawyer, so we are now freer to start doing things again. All in all, it came to more than $18,000. Yes, a whole lot! I want to thank all those who sent special gifts to help, e [...]
We are so happy to report that we have two more students in Bible college in Uganda. Vedoste and Sam (blue shirt) were both in our church for several years and were good Christians. Vedoste has been going soul winning with us for years and [...]
In November, we were so happy to go see the graduation of five of our Bible college students. Four got saved and went to college from listening to our radio station, and one was from our church. We especially thank our former assistant past [...]
“. . . weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.” (Psalm 30:5) This verse helped me get through many difficulties in the past, and again I find myself leaning on the strength of this verse. We are now going through a ve [...]
I think everyone has heard the term “hurry up and wait.” Well, that is exactly what we are going through. The radio court case was delayed again. The date in July turned out to be only a pre-trial hearing. We are now told that the REAL cour [...]
This is probably the most difficult prayer letter I have ever had to write because this has been our home for 15 years. After talking with Pastor Wilkerson and Bro Bosje, we have decided to leave Rwanda and move to Burundi—the country below [...]