The best part of my day is when I receive photos on my phone from Phiona showing me the bright shining faces of the children in our home in Uganda. I had a long conversation on the phone with Phiona yesterday. This young woman is managing so much work for us and doing such a great job. I can’t wait to see her again. I could hear the pleading in her voice for me to get there because she needs some reinforcement. She would like to lean on me a little, and I understand.
The first Sunday that the children were at their new home they went to the closest little local church for worship. But this Sunday Phiona had them walk a little farther to a church I have visited with Abdul. A Korean missionary runs this ministry and I knew when we bought our land that we would want our children to be under their care. So after their visit Phiona asked them to choose which church from the two they have visited that they would like to attend, and they all agreed on the new one. She said, “that’s good because they asked me to be the Sunday school teacher every Sunday!”