It is hard to believe six weeks have passed since I transitioned to full-time life in Uganda. My heart continues to overflow with thanksgiving!
Since January, I am serving as National Director for Missions with Pentecostal Assemblies of God Uganda. My role remains primarily equipping and mobilizing for missions. However, I now have a broader mandate to stir missions sending from within the fellowship. This is especially significant considering PAG’s growing focus on global missions.
The First Six Weeks
What does a global worker do during their first six weeks full-time on the field?
Do annual ministry planning with the national leadership team.
Visit PAG churches in Kampala. Great to find other lady preachers!
Attend national meetings to network with District leaders.
Find a driver. And help my vehicle with cross-cultural adjustment. Read more about it’s cultural challenges.
Continue to set up apartment. Bed arrived last week. The Bear and his buddies are happy!
Get to know the neighbours. I prayed for good neighbours. God provided.
Apply for work permit. Received!
Travel to Serere for a missions consultation. 630 km on the road.
Thank you to all who are partnering, whether financially or in prayer!
In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now (Phil. 1:4-5).