Tour d'Uganda rolls on
Yesterday the Tour d’Uganda Team rolled 35 miles across rural Ugandan roads. Riders at the beginning of the pack were cheered. Riders at the end greeted by locals with “Smack Talk” (universal) or smiling encouragements (thankfully universal as well). Most importantly we were able to love on children at one of our partner villages. Mark Dunn was a world-class goalie before being sold-out by the faulty American defense and finally succumbing to the relentless soccer shots of the kids. Rope was jumped. Nails were painted. Hugs were given. Love given and received from these beautiful children always communicates hope…for them and for us, and we’re grateful.
Bikes have been unloaded this morning and are being prepped for 40 more miles today. God willing, plans include visiting a village under construction. I was last there in June when it was nothing more than a local church, a dream, and some blue prints. Looking forward to seeing the progress! Then onto one of Uganda’s beautiful lakes for a picnic of Power Bars before ending the day at AID Child to visit Apio and Ronie. For more of their story, please CLICK HERE>>
Thank you for caring about and investing in the lives of children who need family! What a privilege to serve with you!