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About gindunn

This adoption journey started with a small tug on our hearts and eventually led to sacrifices we didn't expect. We went to court in Uganda to adopt a little girl named Mercy and were told we had to live in Uganda for 3 years before we could bring her home, so we did. This blog is about that journey, living in Uganda unexpectedly and seeing the great things God is doing through this.

Schooling in Uganda

Your generosity changes lives! Nyangoma Juliet is a successful, 25 year old nurse who started in our program when she was only 8 years old and was living with her very sick mom, an aunt and several cousins. Life was … Continue reading

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A busy time in Uganda

Hello to all of my Friends, Family and Donors as we head forward into 2017! We’re off to a busy beginning to a new year and I am grateful and thank God that I am able to be involved in … Continue reading

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Thank You

Hello to all my Friends, Family and Sponsors, This year of 2016 has been very full with many visitors and events. It seems to have really gone by fast. On February fifth we started the construction of Amaani Rwenzori with … Continue reading

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What We Do

Hello again to all my friends and supporters, I often have been asked such questions as, “what do you do on a daily basis?” and “How is all the money you receive spent?” The first question is hard to answer … Continue reading

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Daily Surprises

Hello to all my friends, family and sponsors, I am now back from a really wonderful and relaxing vacation. I had been back a little over a week when I was hit with a night of extreme pain and in … Continue reading

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My fantastic vacation

Hello to all my friends, family and supporters, I am nearing the end of an amazing month of fun, health care and YES business. It started as I headed East toward the airport on June 19th where I spent a … Continue reading

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Progress

Hello to all my friends, family and donors, We are well into the rainy season with many roads quite muddy and difficult to use when checking on the kids (this picture is a road, not a river). All of our … Continue reading

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