BOLAM Weekly Update: Children presented at church
* Children: The children had a good week. They have one more week of break before they begin a new school year Feb. 3. Please pray for Friday as he is being treated for worms. The children sang songs and recited memory verses at a local church Sunday. Thank you for praying for all of our children: Joseph, Alex, Amanya, Kato, Kakuru, Gift, Night, Determine, Murungi, Antony, Deo, Opio, Odongo, Blessing, Shalom, Nunu, Evelyn, Friday, Namara, Innocent Tumuhimbise and Innocent Tumwesigye.
* Resettlement: Caleb met with the mother of Odongo and Opio to discuss her material and financial needs as we arrange to resettle her boys with her. The probation officer said she will soon transfer the two Innocents back to Mbarara as this is where they came from.
* Intake: After the probation officer transfers the two boys, she said that she will bring us another vulnerable child to care for.
* Health: Please continue to pray for Ronald, the young man we are helping to go to college, as he suffered from a headache and nose bleed. He went to the clinic on Thursday.
* Agriculture: Staff continued harvesting beans and will harvest Irish potatoes next week. They are currently enjoying sweet potatoes.
* Speaking Engagements: I will speak at New Hope Christian Church Feb. 9 in Iowa as their youth group raised money to build our next home.
Cox Family/Ugandan Life Update:
* Family: We have been enjoying a weekly Bible study on Sundays with my nephew Christopher as we read through the Bible this year. We praise God as we observe Christopher’s faith and growth in his walk with Christ. This week, we learned great lessons from the life of Joseph. God’s Word is so rich!