D is for Discipleship

(Posted by Laurence) Engineering Ministries International has three core values: design, discipleship and diversity (affectionately called 'the 3 Ds') and these interplay every day at EMI, both in the office in Kajjansi and on our construction sites.  Discipleship takes two forms within EMI: spiritual and professional.  Professional discipleship most often appears as informal training of casual labourers, spearheaded … Continue reading D is for Discipleship

Rain

(Posted by Laurence) This was my view out of the kitchen window this morning, in the aftermath of a rainstorm. We are just starting to get into rainy season, and the rain often seems to come at night — I'm sure my father-in-law can explain why... cooler temperatures causing precipitation perhaps? For us, the past … Continue reading Rain

Breaking ground

(Posted by Laurence) Two weeks ago the first pickaxe bit into the soil on the site of the Amazima School chapel, and since then I have had a growing sense of satisfaction and contentment as construction has bounded ahead.  Prior to breaking ground Yusuf, the project foreman, had conducted two weeks of site preparation: erecting … Continue reading Breaking ground