EÔTÉ COFFEE — Uganda

Today's Update from DUE UNTO OTHERS and Uganda

  Here is the latest update on Joseph and Tendo.  Please keep these two children in your prayers.  Click on the link  to the Blog to read the update from the Due Unto Others blog.  Due Unto Others is doing great things in Uganda as they meet the medical needs of people in rural areas who do not often have access to medical care.  EÔTÉ encourages you to find out more about the great work that they are doing. You can get more information from the website about how you can get involved.

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EÔTÉ COFFEE Sighting in Kitgum, Uganda

EÔTÉ COFFEE "Strikin' the Pose"  Kitgum, Uganda. I had the privilege of spending three days in Uganda with Kent and his family in November of 2011. I got to see first hand what God is doing in Gulu and the surrounding area.  Kent and I share the same passion for coffee and a greater passion for spreading the Gospel Message. Kent's family has started three churches in "city settings".  Ten more have since been started in the villages. Kent and I are currently talking about ways to reach people in the coffee growing region of Uganda through the coffee industry....

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Medical Update from Due Unto Others

Here is the latest update from Due Unto Others on 3 of the children being served with serious medical conditions.  Please keep the children and their families in your prayers along with the doctors who are treating them.  You can subscribe to the Due Unto Others newsfeed on the link provided below: http://dueunto.blogspot.com/2012/04/mi-mulago-es-su-mulago.html

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Due Unto Others: Uganda

 I had the opportunity to take a 6 day trip to Uganda  this past November.  I continually have conversations with friends who are making regular trips to Uganda to serve and help others.  What I find is that the person making the trip is helped and changed as much as the person who receives the help.   Winston Churchill affectionately called Uganda the Pearl of Africa.  I agree.  I feel in love with the landscape, wild life and natural resources.  But what I was most taken with was the heart and hunger of most people toward God.   The Pearl...

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