We were a smaller crew today since the Mareks had to leave for a business trip so Karen “ran” the pharmacy, Michael handled the nets, Sean preached to the masses, and Doug played with the kids and messed with ordering more medicine. We ran short of some critical medicine so we were able to arrange to trade back some unused medicine for the much needed medicine. I think this is God at work.
We were told there was a small earthquake while Sean was preached (none of us felt it) so over the last two days while Sean preached there was a fire, torrential rains and hail and an earthquake; one has to wonder.
Today we also had a lot of kids so we put on a puppet show. I think it was as much fun for us as the kids. I am pretty sure many of them had not seen anything like that before. The best part was getting them a mosquito net and preventive medicine. Sean even held a fitness session with some of the teenagers.
We ended the day with the Uganda members of the team heading back to Mbale which is always a little sad as we won’t see them for another year. We sent the leftover medicine and glasses with them to be used in one of the Presbytery’s clinics (we didn’t really have that much medicine)