What a joyous time it was to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas Day. Remembering this has brought so much joy to me, especially since I was in Boot Camp. I helped in the Boot Camp and taught bricklaying.
I joined Teen Missions Boot Camp in December 2013, when I was 21 year old. Afterwards, I joined the BIBLE, MISSIONARY & WORK Training Center (BMW). In the beginning it was hard for me to go through the training. I tried to quit three times, but God is good. He enabled me to finish BMW here in Uganda. I did my internship at the Koboko base, where I helped the Rescue Unit. I had to learn how to work with children in the following areas: giving medicines, visiting children at their homes and schools, and teaching MSSM. I also had the privilege of learning how to ride a motorbike and learn how to maintain it.
Now I am working with Teen Missions International at the Nakabango base. I am not married, but when the right time comes I will let you know. I grew up with my father who was Muslim.
In Teen Missions I have learnt to lay brick, fix solar panels and water pipes and how to stay with people in rooms. It was very hard for me to get along with people because I was short tempered. Now I have learnt how to live with people and get along with them. I want to thank Teen Missions International for what I have learnt by being a leader and as a BMW student and when I did my internship. I am thankful for my supporters, too. I have been receiving my support every month. I want to thank my supporters for supporting me.
May God bless you all,