On Days 6 and 7, we visited two of the communities in which HIV and AIDS ministry is being done through Kabale PAG. CRWRC chooses to do development work primarily through local churches. It’s incredible how God is using His church to accomplish so much.
I think one of the reasons I liked this particular trip so much was that we were able to learn more about the local culture–beyond the work that my organization does in communities. “Communities,” or “the field,” is where the poorest of the poor live. Beyond the capital city, beyond the smaller cities, where there are few NGO signs. I’ll talk more about that when I write about Days 6-8.
On the fourth day, we worshiped at PAG Kabale. What does a sister church relationship look like? Read on . . .
Note: If you missed previous days, be sure to start at Day 1 to see the complete list of published posts on this topic.
The first in a series which will provide an account for my trip to Uganda. On day 1 I learned the importance of being prepared.