A few pictures

I’ve got words to use and stories to tell about our time with Abide Family Center, but I’m taking extra special care with what I write to get it right. Meanwhile, here are a few pictures I posted on Instagram during our trip (apologies if these are a re-run for you!).

We got to attend church on Resurrection Sunday. Highlight for us was worshipping Jesus in public with fellow believers from other nations. Highlight for Ayla was the orange soda she got to drink in children's church. Wired much?
We got to attend church on Resurrection Sunday. Highlight for us was worshipping Jesus in public with fellow believers from other nations. Highlight for Ayla was the orange soda she got to drink in children’s church. Wired much?
We took a boat trip to the source of the Nile River. (See that little blue sign on the left? That's it.)
We took a boat trip to the source of the Nile River. (See that little blue sign on the left? That’s it.)
Oh Ayla. You do not experience Uganda as much as Uganda experiences you.
Oh Ayla. You do not experience Uganda as much as Uganda experiences you.
This part of Uganda is so lush and green, a welcome and needed break from the drab desert we call home.
This part of Uganda is so lush and green, a welcome and needed break from the drab desert we call home.
If #hotmessmoses can wear a fancy dress, he needs his fingernails painted blue, too! #nailsbyAyla (Moses is the child in the purple polkadot dress. His mom likes to put him in dresses. He's Abide's official mascot.)
If #hotmessmoses can wear a fancy dress, he needs his fingernails painted blue, too! #nailsbyAyla (Moses is the child in the purple polkadot dress. His mom likes to put him in dresses. He’s Abide’s official mascot.)
Judson learning some football skills from Alamanzan.
Judson learning some football skills from Alamanzan.
Kids are in school while moms are in business class.
Kids are in school while moms are in business class.
Kyomukama is a new student in Abide's @stitchedtogetheruganda shop. Here the ladies learn how to hand make items to support their families. Items will be available for sale once inventory is increased, so follow Stitched Together for the latest news!
Kyomukama is a new student in Abide’s @stitchedtogetheruganda shop. Here the ladies learn how to hand make items to support their families. Items will be available for sale once inventory is increased, so follow Stitched Together for the latest news!
Like this necklace? So did I. Sadly, Judson already broke it. BUT, I have more styles to give away as sponsorship incentives for the families at @abidefamilycenter! Stay tuned for more info!
Like this necklace? So did I. Sadly, Judson already broke it. BUT, I have more styles to give away as sponsorship incentives for the families at @abidefamilycenter! Stay tuned for more info!
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