Thursday, August 30, 2012

Life goes on.

 Being seperated has been the biggest test in our faith thus far.  As much as we want to be together as a family...life goes on.



The first earth bag dome hut is complete...


Construction on the earth bag huts in the village...



Adding a second story to the guesthouse...



The new living room...


The East side earth bag fence is complete...



A store made of earth bags...located in the village...before, the people had to travel 20 kilometers to buy basic nessecities.


Getting breakfast with daddy...fried bread and cassava...

The next post will be an update on where we are at in the adoption process...and what life looks like in the middle of this whirlwind...



8 comments:

Donna said...

praying with you in this hard time of being apart. And for your adoption process.

Mama D’s Dozen said...

Wow! Those huts are amazing. Adding a 2nd floor, too?

How wonderful that the village now has a store.

The Lord has done so much in you and through you; I know He has an amazing plan for each of you. Praying that you will all be together very soon (and trusting that He will bring the right people to continue the work you have started in Uganda, if you are unable to return).

Prayers,

Laurel

Mama D’s Dozen said...

Wow! Those huts are amazing. Adding a 2nd floor, too?

How wonderful that the village now has a store.

The Lord has done so much in you and through you; I know He has an amazing plan for each of you. Praying that you will all be together very soon (and trusting that He will bring the right people to continue the work you have started in Uganda, if you are unable to return).

Prayers,

Laurel

;-) said...

Huts look great!

Jen said...

praying!

Curly Headed Family said...

Our family is praying and praying and praying for you guys!!

"Are These Kids All Yours?" said...

PRAYING this will not be much longer!!!!

Love the huts and new additions!

PRAYING!!!!

Umpqua Valley Lamaze said...

dsI'm praising the Lord with you for the ongoing adoption progress & for the new family coming. My prayer for you continues to be Psalm 46, & I'm praying that you can rest at the "river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy place where the most High dwells". Linda