We are doing fine here in Uganda. I was supposed to be in D.R.C. this Sunday and hold a whole day seminar but I did not go due the fighting which was there. There was a group men who had deserted the army and went into the region I was visiting that is Baraka and Uvira. When I was planning to leave the brethren informed me and advised me to hold on.
On April 12th we are going to interview our prospects for the third intake. Four students are ready to come to school from Baraka and Uvira D.R.C. We are still lacking proper arrangements for them to come. Each one of them needs $50 dollars to get a three month visa plus $100 dollars each for their bus fare from D.R.C. to the school.
Today Margaret, Paul, and I went to worship at the Nandwa Church of Christ. Susan, Paul's wife, was vomiting because of malaria, so she stayed at home. Edith, and his husband, Emma, went to Namugodi. a new congregation 10 klm on Busia to Kampala road. Mangeni Edwin, a member of Nandwa congregation, is now going to Nahayaka church of Christ where two of graduates were going. Things are going on well here in Uganda. We need your continuous prayers.