How years fly! It’s now been three years and two months since I came to live in Karamoja. My coming here did cause different reactions from different people but to my Lord coming here was ordained for we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. And to me coming here was sheer joy and simple obedience, the joy of being handed the privilege of being a part of what my father is doing in Karamoja. Our father desires that all peoples, languages, nations and tribes would come to him and worship him, it’s his ultimate passion and desire that Jesus was willing to be sacrificed so that with his blood he could purchase these persons from every tribe and language and people and nations. For me to participate in this desire of my father in whatever way is my life’s pursuit no matter how feeble, weak and unqualified I might be. After all he said we should come as we are; and then he washes us (and oh boy how I have needed that washing more often than not), then he says when we are weak then we are strong in him, and then he qualifies us, there is nothing that stirs me up like the fact that when they saw the courage of Peter and John and realised that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus and that my friends was their only qualification, they had been with Jesus. Everything flows from that intimacy. So don’t tire of me always trying to persuade you or remind you of this passion of Christ for the nations because it’s so dear to his heart and there-fore it should be for us as well. We will fail along the way, get discouraged, lose track but we must always find our way back home and he is always there to help us. Let our hearts be broken for what breaks his for he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again. Therefore let’s live to worship him, let’s strategically live out our lives in such a way that wherever we are and whatever we do, we are making disciples of all nations.