Saturday, January 28, 2017

DTS (Holland) and Trinity ( Aus) Teams in Uganda

It's  a New Year and has sparked off in high gear with 2 different Teams visiting Uganda Hope Builders International ..The Village of Hope, Youth Support Uganda and Home of Hope.
We've Discipleship Training School (D.T.S)Team of 6 from Holland, they arrived on 19/Jan, and Trinity Grammar School Team of 21 from Australia.
Both Teams are doing well and going on with the different charity activities in our Projects and the entire community at large.

The D.T.S Team is so much focused with Football Training with our adult and small Kids Team, they do it to both Boys and Girls. At the end of the Training, they extend Christian Teachings to enable children know the word of God through Testimonies and Bible Passages. They also go to outreaches with Pr.George to do door to door evangelism.....The Team is doing so well with all their time tabled activities and they are to spend 4weeks with us.

For the Trinity Team, which arrived on 23/Jan, it has helped in erecting a woven wire fence at Home of Hope, prayed games with the Village children, and Hope Community High School, including Australian Football which has been prayed for the first time in Jinja..if not in the entire Uganda....This was initiated on the Australian Day which was so amazing to the Team and we hope it will remain in History.
Trinity Team also visited the Slums of Masese and they were so much touched and had an Unusual experience of how life is in the slums compared to the life they live in.....They so much wished if they could do more. Today Saturday, the Team has gone for White water rafting on River Nile and their fare well is tomorrow on Sunday.
See the Teams' Experience in PICS Below
DTS Team at work

DTS Skilling village kids

DTS teachings

Trinity at Hope comm High sch

Time for playing

Music for the soul from Trinity

Initiation of Aus Football

Trinity in Masese slums

Guitar music in the slums

class room tour

Trinity team meetingS.4 candidates

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good post.