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Hard to imagine a prouder moment with Isaac than a scene from today’s well site scouting expedition. Needless to say the tall white American boy was adored by the children in the very remote village of Buluwe, Uganda. It was like stepping back in time. Buluwe is one of the most peaceful villages I have ever experienced in all of Africa. Their chief, Valentine, is a follower of Jesus. The way he manages his village is intriguing as his faith is lived out among his people. We will begin drilling a well there in the coming days. As we left the bush, a tropical down pour overcame us. It was as if God was showering us with blessings as a sign of His approval.



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