Thursday, 26 March 2009
Thank you too for keeping me in contact all the time when I do write to you.
How is every body over there in the parish of Abbas? I think every body is busy as per now in different activities been carried out in the parish..
We are doing fine except in the university where every body is furious about the delay of the exam results. The administration said the results are not yet seen from the software so we are still waiting for what is next: whether to re-do the exams or to get the list of the results from the lecturers. I know my supporters are expecting the results so sorry for that but I will inform you about it if every thing goes well.
Greetings to all the family members and those supporting me.
Your brother in Christ,
Sunday, 15 March 2009
Dear Jenn,How are you doing over there?We are all doing fine with Mogga and my friends although there was some violence in the city. Our university is around 12 km from the city, so we are not much affected by the violence taking place. We are safe; don't worry about us.
Friday, 13 March 2009
Thank you so much and accept my apologies for not responding to your email prompt. However, I am now in Juba since yesterday and will travel after a few days to Rokon. Many greetings from home in Rokon.
Yes, you are right and I think the right name for Yemba is Michael or Mike Yemba Soro. The other Mark is not real one as all his papers are carrying Michael Yemba Soro.
Mama Linda is in Nairobi visiting those of our children there and she will be back soon to Kampala to visit other children too. Later on she will join us in the diocese.
Jenny, the only connection with us is through prayers Link and hopefully one day we will be together.
Thank you for your continuous support for Michael Yemba Soro.
Monday, 2 March 2009
Bishop Francis' latest e-mail reads as follows:
It is a long time since we communicated.
Yes, I have been engaged so much in church work in the diocese and difficult to connect because of lack of communication , - no internet services in my place.
However, most of the programmes are done except that some confirmation and the synod will soon come. At the moment am in Kampala for some few days and will go back to the Sudan.
Some two weeks ago there was convention in our diocese organised by the Mothers Union in the diocese where it brought all people from the diocese and its neighbouring dioceses .It was very challenging indeed and many still turned to Christ that was in the end of Jan,09.
And by the 12th Feb,09 we have retreat organised by the ECS Province ,where we were blessed with the two Archbishops to carry us along with the retreat for a week. Archbishop George Cary as well as Archbishop Orombi of the Church of Uganda and other Bishops from USA.
I have read the correspondences from Mike Yemba of the support for his upkeep has not yet reached although you told him that you have already sent. You have to cross check with the CMS-Nairobi with Omukuba Wycliffe whether the support money has arrived with them.
This is to assure you of our thoughts and prayers to you all.
This comes with much appreciations and thanks,