wordless wednesday: life in kasese, uganda

Written by Dan King

Christ-follower. husband. father. author of the unlikely missionary: from pew-warmer to poverty-fighter. co-author of activist faith: from him and for him. school of ministry and missions instructor. president of fistbump media, llc.

April 29, 2009

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14 Comments

  1. Stan

    I know there is hope there, but on the surface, much of Africa seems such a dismal place. My church has a sister congregation in Rwanda that we help, so maybe if lots of people did a little, it would make a big difference.

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  2. Sukhmandir Kaur

    Thank you for sharing these! A glimpse of life where people know how to live simply with dignity.

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  3. Stan

    I know there is hope there, but on the surface, much of Africa seems such a dismal place. My church has a sister congregation in Rwanda that we help, so maybe if lots of people did a little, it would make a big difference.

    Reply
  4. Stan

    I know there is hope there, but on the surface, much of Africa seems such a dismal place. My church has a sister congregation in Rwanda that we help, so maybe if lots of people did a little, it would make a big difference.

    Reply
  5. Sukhmandir Kaur

    Thank you for sharing these! A glimpse of life where people know how to live simply with dignity.

    Reply
  6. Sukhmandir Kaur

    Thank you for sharing these! A glimpse of life where people know how to live simply with dignity.

    Reply
  7. BibleDude

    And that is exactly what this trip is about! We are doing some work with microfinance to help these people get the little boost that they need to create jobs for themselves and others. A little truly CAN make a big difference!

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  8. BibleDude

    Actually, the LACK of dignity is often one of the bigger problems among those living in extreme poverty. Which is why we are making the trip that we are making… to restore dignity to those living in shame, to bring hope to the hopeless…

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  9. BibleDude

    And that is exactly what this trip is about! We are doing some work with microfinance to help these people get the little boost that they need to create jobs for themselves and others. A little truly CAN make a big difference!

    Reply
  10. BibleDude

    Actually, the LACK of dignity is often one of the bigger problems among those living in extreme poverty. Which is why we are making the trip that we are making… to restore dignity to those living in shame, to bring hope to the hopeless…

    Reply
  11. BibleDude

    And that is exactly what this trip is about! We are doing some work with microfinance to help these people get the little boost that they need to create jobs for themselves and others. A little truly CAN make a big difference!

    Reply
  12. BibleDude

    And that is exactly what this trip is about! We are doing some work with microfinance to help these people get the little boost that they need to create jobs for themselves and others. A little truly CAN make a big difference!

    Reply
  13. BibleDude

    Actually, the LACK of dignity is often one of the bigger problems among those living in extreme poverty. Which is why we are making the trip that we are making… to restore dignity to those living in shame, to bring hope to the hopeless…

    Reply
  14. BibleDude

    Actually, the LACK of dignity is often one of the bigger problems among those living in extreme poverty. Which is why we are making the trip that we are making… to restore dignity to those living in shame, to bring hope to the hopeless…

    Reply

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