Our friend Sarah, from Calvin Seminary, came to visit us after spending a month in Soroti with the Sliedrechts. We had a very nice time with Sarah and were also excited to see a live chameleon that the Sliedrechts bought from some random guy. It was extremely cool. But even better was the visit from Sarah. We did a lot of interesting things, including the crazy game drive. Sarah got to experience some of the things we enjoy at PTC, including sitting in on our classes and seeing Anthony preach at chapel one evening. The students played traditional instruments and sang at chapel, which was beautiful. It makes us sad to think of leaving these students we have grown to love so much. But in the meantime, we enjoyed their beautiful music and Anthony even joined in by playing a drum at the end.
Sorry about the poor video and sound quality – it was rather dark and our camera isn't the best. So I must tell you that it was even more beautiful than what you can hear here.
We also enjoyed introducing Sarah to various parts of Ugandan culture, like matooke and roasted maize. Above is a photo where I am peeling matooke and Sarah is husking the maize. Then, on Friday, Brandon and I escorted Sarah to Kampala so she could head safely home to Michigan.