Daily meals shine The Light of Jesus!

In Uganda, we have an opportunity to feed 50+ 3 meals a day. We are able to feed school children in our program, as well as the elderly, single moms who are working in their gardens all day and the sickly ones. We believe this is essential to the gospel going forth- meeting the very basic need of feeding the hungry.

In the photo below, Jim was serving pastors & their wives- Jim did the "southern thing" & fed the women first. This was not culturally acceptable, he did the "Jim thing" and insisted that while he was serving- the women would be honored & be served first- this was a GOOD DAY!  The Lord is honored by hungry ones eating at His Table!

In the photo below, Jim was serving pastors & their wives- Jim did the "southern thing" & fed the women first. This was not culturally acceptable, he did the "Jim thing" and insisted that while he was serving- the women would be honored & be served first- this was a GOOD DAY!  The Lord is honored by hungry ones eating at His Table!

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This is the KITCHEN in Northern Uganda- Every meal they cook on these charcoal stoves- precious! How long would most westerners make it cooking for 40-70 people 3 meals daily on these stoves? The faithfulness & strength of these amazing women who help Carla!

This is the KITCHEN in Northern Uganda- Every meal they cook on these charcoal stoves- precious! How long would most westerners make it cooking for 40-70 people 3 meals daily on these stoves? The faithfulness & strength of these amazing women who help Carla!

Years ago, we were in Mexico with a 5th & 6th grade Sunday School class from Auburn, AL, and during a food distribution time, the beans & rice did not run out. The boys kept looking in the bag & shouting, "there's still more!" More people than we imagined showed up, so did our God whose name is Jehovah Jireh- Our Provider! He is ALWAYS ENOUGH!

Years ago, we were in Mexico with a 5th & 6th grade Sunday School class from Auburn, AL, and during a food distribution time, the beans & rice did not run out. The boys kept looking in the bag & shouting, "there's still more!" More people than we imagined showed up, so did our God whose name is Jehovah Jireh- Our Provider! He is ALWAYS ENOUGH!

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The kids in Uganda washing their hands before lunch

The kids in Uganda washing their hands before lunch

This is an older photo of the Sugar Man- dear grandpa.

This is an older photo of the Sugar Man- dear grandpa.

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Lining up for lunch

Lining up for lunch

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Millet being prepared for cooking

Millet being prepared for cooking

Kids eating millet porridge for breakfast

Kids eating millet porridge for breakfast

Cassava grown by the widows in Uganda.

Cassava grown by the widows in Uganda.

Girls in the growing Cassava in August 2018

Girls in the growing Cassava in August 2018

What do you do when refugees make you a feast in their own great need- you eat with a new grateful heart to God's lovingkindness.

What do you do when refugees make you a feast in their own great need- you eat with a new grateful heart to God's lovingkindness.

Come visit & join us for breakfast

Come visit & join us for breakfast

Jack Fruit- grown on a tree in the Lamplighter compound in Uganda

Jack Fruit- grown on a tree in the Lamplighter compound in Uganda

Carla will treat you to an Ugandan Latte if you visit her- best cappachinos you will ever drink!  Or maybe you prefer Chia tea?

Carla will treat you to an Ugandan Latte if you visit her- best cappachinos you will ever drink!

Or maybe you prefer Chia tea?