There is already some early discussion about my return to this area of Kenya to speak further on these key issues, in that the pastors are eager to hear more of what the Bible says about the scope of the gospel for the "whole of life."
|First Class of Uzima Reformed College|
|Uzima students taking their final exam|
The only real problem during the week of classes came with my intense illness, so much so that I had to be taken to the Nairobi Hospital for evaluation. The medication I was given did not help, so finishing the week was, as one might guess, quite a major challenge. But God saw me and the students through!
The following week saw me in the nation of Uganda with Rev. Martin Odi, who serves full-time with EPI. Together, we held two important conferences: one with many of the Bishops of the PAG; the other with the "Missioners", a group of Christian students from four different local Universities who gathered together at Makerere University to hear me speak for the better part of three days. In both cases I again spoke on the Cultural Mandate, this time spending more time on the basics of a Christian world and life view, challenging these leaders of tomorrow to take every thought captive in Ugandan culture.
|Myself and the Bishops of the PAG|
|Speaking before the "Missioners" at Makerere University|
Please remain in prayer for these two important nations. And that the seeds that have been planted will continue to bear good fruit for the spreading and establishing of the Kingdom of God.
|Before "Bujagali" Falls, Nile River|