This was the second day of our third and last church this week. We found an impressive sized crowd when we arrived. We entered the building to find a young child laying on the dirt floor beneath a thin blanket and she was soon joined by a young women laying prone on the floor on the opposite side of the room. It was a sobering reminder of the great need for medical care in these Ugandan villages.
The Entebbe airport finally brought Debbie's errant suitcase to the hotel last night. It was filled with interpreters gifts and over 100 pair of reading glasses. It has been so rewarding to fit eye glasses for so many. The recipients are extremely grateful and so pleased to be able to read.
We prayed in teams of two and found so many to be under severe spiritual attack. This time we spend with them is some of the most rewarding moments because we are able to really speak to, learn about, and minister personally.
We continued to count and package pills today and gave out nearly 2,000 mosquito nets. In addition to that, 1407 people were able to be seen by the doctors. God has truly blessed and multiplied the work here.
Morris and Aida came to the hotel to share dinner tonight. We put together interpreter gifts and packed our bags tonight as well. It has been a long but satisfying day. Tomorrow we begin our long trek home.