"to open their eyes, so that they may turn from darkness to light and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are sanctified by faithin me." Acts 26:18

Saturday, December 16, 2017

December Photo Project: Day 16

 Poor doggy gets a bath every Saturday from the littles.  From mildly annoyed to the great shake off:

December Photo Project: Day 15

Yesterday the Jacksons hosted a good ol' fashioned American BBQ for the students of KTC.  Before lunch, they played football (soccer)... married students against single students.  The marrieds won.  The singles insisted that it was because they don't have wives who make them good food to keep them strong.  haha!

December Photo Project: Day 14

Day 14: In which we eat pancakes then torture our MA, Paige with a game of Chinese Numbers.  

Thursday, December 14, 2017

December Photo Project: Day 13

Yesterday, the girls had their ballet recital.  They have been working with the other girls in the missionary community here in Mbale.  The group of girls did such a lovely job!

The girls from our church also did a dance.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

December Photo Project: Day 11

Last night we had a great time putting on a compound party with the Magalas, Paige, and our family.  As usual, it was so much fun!

Jimmy and Brian

Love my littles (though they aren't so little anymore!)

After supper, we had another rousing evening of "Compound's Got Talent."  Our esteemed judges were Martin, Abu and Sammy:

 Abu doing a magic trick:

Timothy's talent of creating a flaming sword...haha!

Here are a few videos:
The first is Eric and the littles doing "Don't Take Your Guns to Town"

And this is a Swahili song that Mama Rachel, Martin, Abu and Sammy did. It's something about not being a wolf in sheep's clothing:

Sunday, December 10, 2017

December Photo Project: Day 10

Today's photos are from our open compound time.  We always have a blast.  

Watching volleyball:

Miss Paige's team... their cheer was "Little but Strong"

We always end with "Circle Time" where we sing, review Sunday School and the sermon, recite the children's catechism and read the Bible.