Hard To Say Goodbye

Please forgive me for not posting for a few days! We have had a lot going on but not much to talk about. We have gone through a rough situation, and come out the other side, thanking God for His protection, His comfort and His guidance. We’ve learned how important it is to depend solely on Him every minute, through every circumstance and He has not let us down.

We are so thankful that even when we don’t know what we need, or think we know, God does know and He gives us His best. Our three guests we’ve had staying with us for a week had to leave yesterday. It was bittersweet, they have been such a comfort and a joy in a tough time. They were sent by our legal counsel to watch over us while some things were being settled, but God sent them to guide us through an unseen battle. I can’t say enough, how very thankful I am to know how much our Father loves us and watches over us, and how very thankful that these men were sent at exactly the right moment to see us through. It is very true what the Bible says about fellowship with other believers…


We had to say goodbye to the children at the orphanage next to us, and I ask you to join us in prayer for them, everyday, that as God’s children, He will watch over them, protect them, and continue to pursue their hearts. Pray with us in waiting for God’s plan to unfold, and show us our next steps.


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I am a Jesus lover, wife, mother and grandmother. I live in Uganda with two of my best friends and get to experience God's love, grace and mercy everyday. This is my personal blog and posts, pictures and views don’t necessarily represent the views of our organization. They are from our personal experiences as missionaries.

3 thoughts on “Hard To Say Goodbye”

  1. I am sure it was hard to see them leave. Hope everything is going okay otherwise. Did they get the well drilled. Love you all


  2. Yes,goodbyes are hard to say but often times something we have to do. I’m just thankful they were there for y’all. Will continue to pray for the kids.


  3. It gave me chill bumps when I heard who the lawyer had sent to be with you. Such strong, Christian men you could share a kinship with even in a foreign land, with foreign customs, foreign foods and strained situations. God provided something that was not foreign – the holy spirit the those men shared to comfort and reassure you.


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