As I start to write this post I am aware that team one is about fifteen minutes from arriving at Kajjansi airfield and Kampala. I think I had just an inkling of what Deb G. Felt as she said good bye. It was the first time I ever waved goodbye a plane as it left Mundri. At least a bit odd.
I have seen from comments to posts and from Beth Felice that ther has been an outpouring of concern for us and our brothers and sisters in Lui. We appreciate that so much. Some have asked is there something you can do in a physical way. The answer for now is nothing. We really are fine. Yesterday I spent about twenty minutes on Skype with Bishop Smith, Bishop of Missouri. I gave him a complete briefing of what had taken place, what funds I have available and developed a plan of action to complete our mission here in Lui. All of us from Missouri and Lund are committed to being here and beyond that are happy to be here. We feel secure and after a couple of somber days there is laughter in the compound, offices, in the classes and at the chapel.
A wonderful tea was held yesterday to say goodbye to team one. Great relationships have been made and they were celebrated.
Today for team two it is a normal day, we are at work, now towards the end of the day content that we are where we are supposed to be, doing what God has called us to do.