Equipping musicians for missionary service
Saturday, August 19, 2017 1-615-477-3525

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  • We arrived safely in Kampala Uganda a day late due to a delay in our flight from Atlanta to Amsterdam. Looking back it was a blessing because we were able sleep eight hours after barely sleeping in our first leg. Brian and I were also able to go over some of the teaching we plan to do.

  • This trip got the best of me… and I should only hope so! (The “situation” was no more than a 15 min. overtired but didn’t-want-to-go-to-bed-fit). I am honored to do what I get to do here and even at home–to take care of and dearly love children that God has placed in my path. I am especially humbled to know that I have the utmost trust of the parents of these amazing children.

  • As a worship leader it’s easy to get lost in the details: such as ensuring the best key for the congregation or making the transition between the songs just right. As leaders we’re rarely satisfied and often feel  that we haven't quite ‘gotten there’.

  • Randy

    Taught a basic audio class to a fine group of young people this afternoon at the New Life Masih Ghar Church. Explaining simple signal flow from microphone to speakers. They were very receptive and eager to learn. Feeling very privileged to share my knowledge with others around the world, all for the the glory of God and advancing His Kingdom!

    Very blessed to worship today with this culturally diverse congregation. After the service we were treated to their usual after service meal of traditional Indian cuisine.  Very lovely and friendly people who are not shy about striking up a conversation w...

  • I just realized I have blood smeared on my hand - I smashed a mosquito on the wall of my room. My face has bites all over it! But I can tell you that mosquito bites have been the very worst part of this trip! The rest of it has been full of joy and grace! Where have I seen God? Playing "Nirtz" (a card game) with kids from South Africa who live in Mozambique and an English boy who lives in Pakistan.

  • Some general insights from Alan–Day 1: started out with a wonderful european breakfast. So many of the mentors have vast mission field experience and the atmosphere is rich with comraderie and loving support.

  • Am I called? Is God telling me to quit my job and move to Africa?