We arrived in Kampala last night and Caleb flew into Detroit, not New York. He will get here some time after we leave today and be transported to us in Kumi. Today is exciting, the morning came at 7 and the new members of the team enjoyed a Ugandan breakfast!
Today is a day of travel. We will not be doing any ministry today, but it will be a time of acclimation for the team and fellowship together. Now we all cram into the bus that barely fits us and travel to Kumi, about 7 or 8 hours from Kampala on the only real road in Uganda.
There is only one real road in Uganda and it goes from South Sudan, (above us), to Rwanda, (below us). The building of the road was partially funded by the countries as it is the quickest trade route between them. Other than this one paved road, everything else is dirt roads or dirt walking paths, which we sometimes drive on. It’s a wild ride, but it’s a privilege to suffer even a little discomfort for the cause of Christ. Please continue to pray for our safety while traveling and that our spirits would be pure and righteous before God.
As always, thanks for reading.
–the anonymous novelist