|Volunteer Director Scott Porter with one of the pallets of boxes, decorated with pictures|
Over 17,000 of those books have spine labels that were typed by volunteers, while other volunteers did typing for the cards and pockets.
One by one – 17,000 plus books needing preparation … a monumental task, an incredible amount of work.
What can one say except may God bless our dedicated volunteers who work weekly to make this a happening. Many thanks also to Dell groups who have come consistently for many years to prepare books.
Great to be busy, busy in Uganda
|Love that Namirembe Primary, which houses our first library, painted great reading pictures and signs on the outside of the main building, like this “Readers are Leaders” illustration. The library is in this building.|
I also spend days in our libraries, observing, helping with classes, and offering suggestions.
|Pastor Peter in front of the new school/church building in Mosiro.|
A quick follow-up to my mission in Masai land for Pflugerville Community Church
- In Mosiro where there has never been a building, people met in their new church. School started in this building the next day.
- In Olorropil, the people met for 7 years on top of a hill, under a tree. The congregation met under the tree on Sunday, sang worship songs, and then marched down the steep hill into the doors of their new church. School also began in this building the next day.
- In Ewuaso, in the new all-purpose building, a stream of children entered the doors and experienced a first - children's church.
- Next week, a water holding tank will be placed in Mosiro.
Totally inspiring – only God could orchestrate all of this, definitely.