An internal interview I gave to IBM iX Europe in December, to provide them with an insight into my last trip to Uganda and some of the key things I took away from it.
During my most recent trip to Uganda, we have the privilege of attending and participating in a service of thanksgiving for the work my grandfather, Alan Galpin. Alan served in Uganda, with my grandmother Catherine, until his death in 1980. Toward the end of his tenure, he took over as principal of Bishop Tuckers Theological... Continue Reading →
The second family I stayed with was Gerry and Moira's Nobel. Gerry grew up with my mother (Linda) in Northern Ireland, and they sang in the choir together. Morris currently works at the international school as an assistant head teacher. Gerry had his hands in many pies (I think that's the best way to explain... Continue Reading →
This week I've been enjoying the expats lifestyle visiting two missionary families here in Kampala. The night was spent with Ken & Judith Finch, who first came to Uganda with CMS Ireland working in a rural setting in a local hospital. Now they work at the International Hospital in Namuwongo and live in a very... Continue Reading →
Over the weekend I had the opportunity to visit Jinja, about a hour and a half away from Kampala and the ‘source of the River Nile’. I had been in contact with a Pastor here in Jinja before coming to Uganda, so I was able to tie in sharing the word of God with a... Continue Reading →