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How Not to Drive Abroad

I wish I could say that driving abroad is the explanation for the various mishaps I’ve had. Whenever anyone hears of my tales the conversation usually goes like this… Person (murmuring sympathetically) Yes, it is hard driving on the left here. Me: (laps up the sympathy for a few seconds before a pang of honesty […]

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The road block, the banana tree and the sugar cane

My time in Uganda is over and I’m back in Cape Town serving with All Nations! More about that soon. Of all the experiences I’ve had over the last 5 months, the most unique… and entertaining day was when we baptised people we had been journeying with in the community. What a privilege! Yes, it […]

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Chicken Wars – Part Two 

We’re now into Week 4. We’re immersed into life here in Uganda, met some lovely people, – read the All Nations blog entries here – and.. the feud continues with the neighbour’s chicken. I’d spent time forgiving the chicken for stealing our precious tomatoes. Peace reigned, until the next morning… After spending several hours painstakingly hand-washing my […]

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Week 1: Chicken Wars 

We have been in Uganda for just over a week, although it feels like a lot longer! There’s lots I could write about, and for an insight into our first week in Uganda, check out what I wrote for the All Nations blog here. For now, I’ve just picked two encounters from this week that made […]

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Pockets of Home

This month has been packed with teaching, team bonding, preparation for our cross border outreach to Lesotho, and finished off with a bang camping for the weekend before our more intensive church planting training starts. There’s been many new experiences, but I’ve also been reminded of home in my daily life here in South Africa… […]

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First impressions…

My first week in Noordhoek, Capetown has flown by and I thought I’d share with you some of my first impressions and a glimpse into life here at the All Nations base… The Team My team consists of eight people. We live together, learn together, and reach out together. We are a very international team […]

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