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Pastors & Church Leaders' Conference, July


Our special greetings to you all. We praise the Lord who has been with you in every circumstance, the Lord is good all the time. The scripture below has been of great encouragement to us.

“Praise the LORD! Praise God in his sanctuary; Praise him in his mighty heavens! Praise him for his mighty deeds; Praise him according to his excellent greatness!”  Psalm 150:1-2. 

This text encourages us to praise the Lord for his mighty deeds and for his greatness. It is a reminder to you to praise the Lord for whatever He has done in your life, or for whatever He has allowed to happen to you. The Lord is mighty and great in power, let us praise Him!

As the Psalmist has said, we ask you to join us as we thank God for His mighty deeds and greatness for the Pastors’/Church leaders’ conference which took place 9th to 11th this month. We really saw God working behind all the details of this conference. Forty seven Pastors/Church leaders attended.

A group discussion

In the group discussions the leaders were contextualizing the text together. Forty seven Pastors/Church leaders were divided into five groups. We provided accommodation and food for all. Most of them we had met them through village mobile trainings, which we do with church leaders, more especially for those who pastor village churches and have hardly attained any theological training. It was a blessing to catch up with most of them.


The picture above is the group photo of all the leaders with Alex on the extreme left.

Do you remember in our May Newsletter we wrote about a popular city pastor who burnt Bibles? This group called us to teach them what the true Bible is. So, we have had a close friendship with them as a ministry. The books we were holding are CHRISTIANITY EXPLORED MINISTRIES materials. It’s a discipleship book. Each member was asked to carry out this program in their local church; it basically focuses on the book of Mark. 

As LUNGALA BIBLE MINISTRIES-UGANDA, we will be ensuring that these materials are really used. We will be available for them in case they have any questions, or if they would want any guidance from us, or even when there is a need for extra materials needed. 

CHRISTIANITY EXPLORED MINISTRIES was leading day sessions at the conference, while LUNGALA BIBLE MINISTRIES-UGANDA led night sessions; majoring on PREACHING BIBLICALLY and THE SERVANT AND THE BIBLE. If you're interested in these topics, please let us know and we can always send you a soft copy.


General group discussions

After our teaching, a couple of church leaders would come to make photocopies of our materials. We didn’t make copies for all, as it is expensive. The common question each church leader was asking "How do we encourage our congregation to realize that meaningful preaching must have a reasonable amount of time?" This was after asking them to avoid 10-15 minute sermons. Usually at our church the sermon takes 45 minutes to an hour each Sunday. 

Way forward    
                                     
We have a form for all people who attended the conference. We will use this to do a follow-up with them. We have received two church members who have already started this program in their churches. This was a sign that they cherished this discipleship. We will be making phone calls and personally visiting these groups taking place in their local churches.  Part of these materials is written in Luganda and is on a digital copy, we would love to have a hard copy. Most church leaders here speak our local language, a few can speak English. So, this Luganda in a hard copy will be of great importance to those who speak little or no English at all.

The Ministry of the Bible distribution

The Bible is our DNA. At the conference we had one case of Bibles. The attendees were able to get Bibles for themselves and for their church members. We continue to ask for your support in that field. There is no way we can expect a transformed church when people have no access to the distribution of Bibles.


Above is a church leader enjoying her Bible study in the morning Bible devotion at the conference. The pastors were so happy to find affordable trusted Bibles at the conference. Scovia who is a church member here, says “after finding a Bible here, I saved every small coin so that I could get one. I had previously spent my money in witchcraft, so why can’t I spend my smallest coin to get the Word of Life”. She said this to me (Alex). I think that was heart touching. 

More conference photos


No, its not a real angel in the bright shining garment!



Mpigi Home plot news

It’s becoming hot here. The rainy season is coming to an end. We have started to harvest. Although it might be good for harvesting, pasture will be scarce for our animals. Six pigs are two months pregnant. They look heavier.
One of our ground structures occupied - a pigsty



We want to thank you for your prayers for this ministry. May God bless you. 

Prayer Requests: 

1. Ministry Land
2. Join us to thank God for the discipleship program going well
3. Provision to print Luganda Christianity Explored booklet
4. Ministry financial support (we are in a critical time)
5. Provision of Luganda Bibles for the village Churches

Alex and Simon (Uganda-Africa).









End of June News


Greetings to you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are glad to share with you what God is doing here this month. We hope you’re doing well by the grace of God. 
“How then will they call on Him in whom they have not believed? How will they believe in Him whom they have not heard? And how will they hear without a preacher? How will they preach unless they are sent?...” (Romans 10:14-15). 

In our evangelism this month, we have been joined by Mrs. Scovia who has been part of this church. Although we had hardly been with her in the field of evangelism, in these recent months she has been with the team. She is one of the members who have been living in this community for more than 50 years and had been involved in the worship of Satan for many years with her family members. She has had some scary scenarios where she was practicing witchcraft, and spending all her money in satanic worshiping.

She normally shares her experience with people we meet while we are sharing the gospel. We are always left amazed at the grace that God shows sinners who have been estranged from Him.  She is now a strong member of the church and she loves being part of the church activities. Recently she brought 20 pavers for the church. 

Due to the fact that we are surrounded by big number of people who believe in witchcraft, many people who hear her testimony have given their lives to Jesus (some people fear giving their lives to Jesus, thinking demons will kill them.) If you read our last month's report, you saw pictures of local herbs we burnt at Hariet’s home. She gave up those herbs after hearing the gospel and Mrs. Scovia’s testimonies. This takes us back to the text of the month, how can they hear unless a messenger is sent to them? Friends, the Lord Jesus is working in the hearts of people in the way even us preachers can’t understand or describe.

Church paving


As a church we are still working on the paving, and on the left are the pavers we bought yesterday. Fred, who is in charge for the logistics of the church did the buying from Kampala. He is such an industrious man. We are hoping these will be enough to finish the remaining part. We will then need cement to finish the work.



Christianity Explored conference
Preparations are going on well with our pastors in partnership with the CHRISTIANITY EXPLORED MINISTRIES conference. We had a meeting with a few of them to plan a way forward for the conference and to give them letters to invite others. We are expecting fifty pastors at the three day conference. We will be providing accommodation and food for them for three days. The conference will be in Kamengo.  
Simon and I, with the volunteers from the church, are working hard towards it. We continue to ask you to consider praying for us that we will have one or two conferences each year as a ministry. 




Challenges in reaching out to villages
On the right is a picture of our motorbike in the village where we are doing God’s work. I had to drive at night after the meeting, but the motorbike could not start. I ended up leaving late and reaching home at mid-night. Those are the kind of villages where we go to share the gospel.



Christianity Explored discipleship
Schools in Uganda re-opened this month, and our youth ministry has started. We enjoyed the break time we had. Christianity Explored Ministries discipleship programs are going on well.
The pictures below are St. Johns youths in the Christianity Explored discipleship program.


We were joined by Jackline (below, in the middle with long pink leggings), who comes from Tanzania and is doing her studies at St. Johns high school. She comes from a Seventh Day Adventist belief (S.D.A). When she heard about this discipleship program from a fellow student, she came to me and asked if she could join. And she is now part of us. You know that our joy is to see such people joining with us to hear the true doctrine which transforms their souls for Jesus. 


This month we have opened Christianity Explored Ministries  in Luganda here in our village. We had seven attendees. We had people come from Roman Catholic Church and others were from Lungala Community Bible Church.  We hope to have a group of ten people. We ask you to keep this ministry in prayer. This year we will have a graduation of youths from Christianity Explored Ministries.

We thank God for providing transport, as it was becoming harder for us to move to different schools and villages to run this ministry. 

Thank you for being a prayer partner for this ministry. Please pray for the following:
1. Finish the paving for the church
2. Ministry land
3. Pastor's conference
4. God's leading in this ministry

God bless you so much.
Yours in Christ
Alex and Simon here in Uganda-Africa.








Here comes the month of June!!!



I will extol you, my God and my King, and bless your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever. Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and His greatness is unsearchable.

Notice the Psalmist begins with praising the Lord; supposedly for the great mighty things that God has done in the history if Israel. The Lord has been working for His children until today :for all who have faith in 
  Him.  Psalm 145:1-5

As a ministry, we have (since it started) seeing God work things that no man could have worked. We will bless and praise His name forever and ever.
This month, Alex was given an invitation to Isingiro (South Western Uganda, Close to Tanzania) in a Youth conference. This is one of the mountainous regions in Uganda. It took four hours in a bus to Mbarara town. After that, Alex had to get on a tax (Corona car) to drop him at Kaberebere trading centre. He sat with six people in the behind seat and four in front seat 😊 In order to have more room for seats, for men were supposed to hold or become seats for that moment. 




From there, he got on a motor Bike/Boda boda, which was sent by the church leader who was hosting him; who drove for one hour as they went up hills. “There places where we had to give a motor Bike a push in order to go up! We fell off two times because the rider was putting gear one to stiff places. Fortunately no one was seriously hurt. It was a tiresome trip on so rough mountainous roads. Most people there are farmers, they rear mostly cows and plant green bananas (a lot of yellows bananas). 
The rider was such a brave man, there are stiff places you can hardly get on. I reached when it was becoming dark, evening hours, when we were on top of very hills and mountains. Most people in this region live up hills, not in low lands as we see in Kampala. And the altitude there is high. The church members welcomed me and obviously a cup of tea was brought.
We had to get up early morning, the sessions were done interchangeable, all day.
I was to teach on the topic of “How to read the Bible”. A good number of them came, from different churches in the region. Most churches had sent their youth leader representatives. After my talk, the church held a leaders’ meeting where they had to ask me questions such as “How can we determine a wrong bible and a valid one?” Some of you who have been following News in Uganda, you remember a well-known City pastor who burnt Good News Bibles, NIV etc. After explaining why some bibles don’t have certain verse, (not squared up), they wished we could have conferences on hermeneutics.
After one hour of the meeting, most of their questions were adressed and others tackled but not resolved because time was short.”


The youth leaders had a strong concern about this. Actually one speaker in the conference had already told one of the attendees that his bible was invalid (Good News Bible). Alex had to stand out and correct him immediately.  Actually after the conference, Alex has been put on the speakers of August conference in this same region. That means they will hold a similar conference in August.
It was a blessing ministering to the Lord with these enthusiastic young strong youths. One main concern that I noticed which still disturbs our church in Uganda is lack of bible training as said above. When you’re here in Kampala/trained you think that all is well in God’s church in the country, not until you go there and meet leaders. There is great need to train church leaders.
One of the speakers was giving HIV awareness to the youths, unfortunately him and his wi
fe have HIV. They got it before they were saved. He shared his pain of taking tablets, there was silence in the church. It was a sad moment.

After the conference, 10 youths had come to Jesus.
The following day we had a service at church, in another location. It was a long service, people in villages start services (mostly) at 10:am and leave church around 3:00 pm to 4:00pm. It was great having such experience to. As we prayed (worshiping and praising songs) I hardly saw anyone read the bible; except citations which were done by the church leader.
As a ministry, we are thrilled to work with such leaders and train them for effective preaching/teaching of the gospel. Our prayer and zeal now is if we could have like some of our discipleship programs go to regions like this. People is such areas hardly get bibles, much as they would want to read them. The places to get them are not easily accessible to such communities. As you pray for us, pray also for provision as a ministry.

The schools have officially reopened, youths ministry will start soon. This will be our second last meeting with Christianity Explored Youths before we graduate these three classes, both at two high schools and University. We will gratefully appreciate your prayers. Ministries around our community takes much of our time and movements, its at this point that we want to let you know that God has heard your prayers to us concerning this. We now have a motor Bike which we can cruise around when we have travels around here. It will help us a lot. Actually the sharing of our Psalm 145:1-5 comes from this context. Running Christianity Explored Ministries in three high schools was becoming harder. But the Lord has heard our need.
In our church evangelism outreaches;In one of our evangelism outreaches in the community, we came across Mama Harriet who was bewitched. She was sent away from most of big hospitals to go home as they couldn’t identify what the problem was with her legs. She says, she could feel something moving in her legs and weakening them so that she could not walk.
The photo on right is a saucepan with a mixture water and local herbs, then feathers of different sorts. The witchdoctor told her that, that water could chess a way the demon disturbing her.
 She was then taken to witchdoctors, who played very demonic games on her. Her life was becoming harder and that is when we meet her in her house as a church. She received the gospel and turned to Jesus. She also told us that she was given the staffs in the picture to prevent evil spirits of the dead from attacking her and that the staffs could withhold evil spirits that had held her both legs. She also had feathers from different birds. We had to destroy all this. She was filled with fear that something wrong would happen about her, we encouraged her and now she is a strong woman in the Lord, although her legs are still weak, she barely walks. The Lord has been with us as a ministry and we can’t tell all His marvelous works He has done and finish it all. There is no greater joy than this. Harriet was born from unchurched family. She is now pleased for having meet a church that loves her and her kids.

Friend, this staff might seem easier for you to read about and see on screen, but its depths has killed and led many to hell. Through this church, we have many couples we have rescued from witchcraft. Mama Harriet was one of the choir members in some religion, but when Satan attached her, she could not trust one true God. And absolutely, reason being that she was not discipled well from the Holy Book the Bible that our God could save her.  
As we have been doing this church plant, we have come to know that most people talk about God whom they can hardly explain hence hard to trust Him when they go through life challenges. And this happens because what Africa needs now is to train preachers of the Word. We do think we have more evangelists that teachers/trained pastors in biblical theology.
Where our new church plant is, we are surrounded by seven visible shrines (where charming and worship of satanic work is done). It’s only God who will fight for this new church plant and use it to reach out to these lost families. Please keep these following items in prayer;

Ø  We still ask you to consider praying for Pastors conference
Ø  Ministry Land
Ø  The work of Paving church to quicken up
Ø  Discipleship programs to make an impact in the youths


Alex and Simon (Uganda-Africa).







May 2018 News

I will extol you, my God and my King, and bless your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever. Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised, and His greatness is unsearchable. 
Notice the Psalmist begins with praising the Lord; supposedly for the great mighty things that God has done in the history if Israel. The Lord has been working for His children until today :for all who have faith in Him.  Psalm 145:1-5
As a ministry, we have (since it started) seen God work things that no man could have worked. We will bless and praise His name forever and ever. 
This month, Alex was given an invitation to Isingiro (South Western Uganda, Close to Tanzania) in a Youth conference. This is one of the mountainous regions in Uganda. It took four hours in a bus to Mbarara town. After that, Alex had to get on a tax (Corona car) to drop him at Kaberebere trading centre. He sat with six people in the behind seat and four in front seat 😊In order to have more room for seats, for men were supposed to hold or become seats for that moment. 
From there, he got on a motor Bike/Boda boda, which was sent by the church leader who was hosting him; who drove for one hour as they went up hillsThere places where we had to give motor Bike a push in order to go up! We fell off two times because the rider was putting gear one to stiff places. Fortunately no one was seriously hurt. It was a tiresome trip on so rough mountainous roads. Most people there are farmers, they rear mostly cows and plant green bananas (a lot of yellows bananas).  
The rider was such a brave man, there are stiff places you can hardly get on. I reached when it was becoming dark, evening hours, when we were on top of very hills and mountains. Most people in this region live up hills, not in low lands as we see in Kampala. And the altitude there is high. The church members welcomed me and obviously a cup of tea was brought. 
We had to get up early morning, the sessions were done interchangeable, all day. 
was to teach on the topic of “How to read the Bible”. A good number of them came, from different churches in the region. Most churches had sent their youth leader representatives. After my talk, the church held a leaders’ meeting where they had to ask me questions such as “How can we determine a wrong bible and a valid one?” Some of you who have been following News in Uganda, you remember a well-known City pastor who burnt Good News Bibles, NIV etc. After explaining why some bibles don’t have certain verse, (not squared up), they wished we could have conferences on hermeneutics.
After one hour of the meeting, most of their questions were salved and others tackled but not resolved because time was short.”
The youth leaders had a strong concern about this. Actually one speaker in the conference had already told one of the attendees that his bible was invalid (Good News Bible). Alex had to stand out and correct him immediately.  Actually after the conference, Alex has been put on the speakers of August conference in this same region. That means they will hold a similar conference in August. 
It was a blessing ministering to the Lord with these enthusiastic young strong youths. One main concern that I noticed which still disturbs our church in Uganda is lack of bible training as said aboveWhen you’re here in Kampala/trained you think that all is well in God’s church in the country, not until you go there and meet leaders. There is great need to train church leaders. 
One of the speakers was giving HIV awareness to the youths, unfortunately him and his wife have HIV. They got it before they were saved. He shared his pain of taking tablets, there was silence in the church. It was a sad moment. 

After the conference, 10 youths had come to Jesus.
The following day we had a service at church, in another location. It was a long service, people in villages start services (mostly) at 10:am and leave church around 3:00 pm to 4:00pm. It was great having such experience to. As we prayed (worshiping and praising songs) I hardly saw anyone read the bible; except citationswhich were done by the church leader
As a ministry, we are thrilled to work with such leaders and train them for effective preaching/teaching of the gospel. Our prayer and zeal now is if we could have like some of our discipleship programs go to regions like this. People is such areas hardly get bibles, much as they would want to read them. The places to get them are not easily accessible to such communities. As you pray for us, pray also for provision as a ministry. 

The schools have officially reopened, youths ministry will start soon. This will be our second last meeting with Christianity Explored Youths before we graduate these three classes, both at two high schools and University. We will gratefully appreciate your prayers. Ministries around our community takes much of our time and movements, its at this point that we want to let you know that God has heard your prayers to us concerning this. We now have a motor Bike which we can cruise around when we have travels around here. It will help us a lot. Actually the sharing of our Psalm 145:1-5 comes from this context. Running Christianity Explored Ministries in three high schools was becoming harder. But the Lord has heard our need. 
In our church evangelism outreaches;In one of our evangelism outreaches in the community, we came across Mama Harriet who was bewitched. She was sent away from most of big hospitals to go home as they couldn’t identify what the problem was with her legs. She says, she could feel something moving in her legs and weakening them so that she could not walk. 
The photo on right is a saucepan with a mixture water and local herbs, then feathers of different sorts. The witchdoctor told her that, that water could chess a way the demon disturbing her.
She was then taken to witchdoctors, who played very demonic games on her. Her life was becoming harder and that is when we meet her in her house as a church. She received the gospel and turned to Jesus. She also told us that she was given the staffs in the picture to prevent evil spirits of the dead from attacking her and that the staffs could withhold evil spirits that had held her both legs. She also had feathers from different birds. We had to destroy all this. She was filled with fear that something wrong would happen about her, we encouraged her and now she is a strong woman in the Lord, although her legs are still weak, she barely walks. The Lord has been with us as a ministry and we can’t tell all His marvelous works He has done and finish it all. There is no greater joy than this. Harriet was born from non-church  family. She is now pleased for having meet a church that loves her and her kids.  
Friend, this staff might seem easier for you to read about and see on screen, but its depths has killed and led many to hell. Through this church, we have many couples we have rescued from witchcraft. Mama Harriet was one of the choir members in some religion, but when Satan attached her, she could not trust one true God. And absolutely, reason being that she was not discipled well from the Holy Book the Bible that our God could save her. 
As we have been doing this church plant, we have come to know that most people talk about God whom they can hardly explain hence hard to trust Him when they go through life challenges. And this happens because what Africa needs now is to train preachers of the Word. We do think we have more evangelists that teachers/trained pastors in biblical theology. 
Where our new church plant is, we are surrounded by seven visible shrines (where charming and worship of satanic work is done). Its only God who will fight for this new church plant and use it to reach out to these lost families. Please keep these following items in prayer; 

➢ We still ask you to consider praying for Pastors conference
➢ Ministry Land
➢ The work of Paving church to quicken up
➢ Discipleship programs to make an impact in the youths


Alex and Simon (Uganda-Africa). 

Greetings Friends!! Here is yet again much more the Lord has done!!


Is it probable there can be any earnestness in the hearers, when there is none in the preacher? ‘How is it, ‘ said a minister to an actor, ‘that your performances, which are but pictures of the imaginations, produce much more effect than our sermons, which are all realities?’ ‘Because,’ said the actor, we represent fictions as though they were realities, and you preach realities as though they were fictions.’ (POWER PREACHING FOR CHURCH GROWTH- Dr. David Ebby pp. 52).
We think the above paragraph means a lot as a ministry seeking to equip others for a strong church in Africa. Kamengo village Church members; Lungala Bible Ministries-Uganda steadily touches the hearts of Church leaders. This month, Alex had a meeting with pastors in the village. It was such a rainy day, it’s a group of closely 20 pastors/Church leaders. It was such a great difficulty to walk through the village as the ground was muddy. Only the group you see showed up due to heavy rain on that day. Alex as usual had to take an exposition from Mark 8:14-21. It was such a blessing catching up with them, as most of the them were reflecting on the importance of ‘Preaching Biblically’ (Key thought in v. 15). Many of these church leaders have showed great zeal for the up-coming conference we are planning to have with them. There is a need for pastors in our community to be taught how to preach profoundly.
Alex taking a group photo after the church leader's meeting
We discovered that there is need to have a conference possibly twice a year as Lay leader Mrs. Norah, who comes to our home occasionally to get bibles for her church puts. Through many meetings with her and all the pastors, we discovered that biblical preaching was lost in most of our churches. They quickly picked up the idea and we have jointly prayed for this conference.

On a Sunday service preparation; our Church needs help. This month we decided to use the pavers we had raised thinking they would be enough, Surprisingly when they were all put on the ground, we discovered we still need 1,000 pavers more to have all the work done. You can see, when it rained, one side was soggy and the other looking great, where pavers covered.
We are trusting the Lord to have this work done very soon. As you have been following our monthly updates, the Lord has blessed our church in amazing ways.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
We have incredible testimonies from people whom God has touched hearts and saved I left your cycles because when my daughter became mad after she was bewitched, it was the church which prayed for her and she became normal. After seeing this, the entire of my family we all got converted to the saving God”.
picture taken during the church service
their souls through this ministry. As we write, we remember yesterday in our pastoral visits to Maama Proscovia. She was visited by a group of her former village mates, who had come to confront her why she left them and no longer attend their religious cycles. In her testimonies, “
That is her testimony! The entire of her family have developed such un questionable love to this church. We have many homes which have been in Witchcraft and now are in church trusting Jesus as their Savour.  
As we shared with you last month ‘that we will be starting ‘Christianity Explored In Luganda Not Far From Now’. On left is Alex taking through Fred Baale in the teachers’ manual book of  Christianity Explored In Luganda. Alex was teaching him how to use it when we start the program in Luganda. We are targeting the people who don’t speak much English in our community. Some of these people are looking into might have not been at church at all, we ask you to pray for God’s leading in this Luganda program.
We had our last meeting as Christianity Explored group in High Schools this week. The schools are closing and resuming in May. The students were so thrilled for having been part of this program, as Jean said in her words, “ Through Christianity Explored, I have gained deeper understanding of Jesus life in the book of Mark”. The photo on the right (above), the students were listening to Session One on the computer, while they were taking notes. We are thankful to the school which provides free power.
When students are off for a break, this relives us to have some short break too, to rest from high schools ministry until when they are back. 

In our discipleship meetings at university (Fundamentals Of Faith) we had this testimony from Jowelia who has been in this program, a university student, “Thanks to God who Has used you in my life, thanks for the classes you empowered me, thanks for the encouragement, the shadings, the real life you always shared with us. I want to gladly let you know that finally God chose me to be the incoming Maama (Vice chairperson of revival fellowship Kampala International University. Friend, as a ministry receiving such a testimony it humbles us down. Seeing people who fear God leading fellowships in universities etc. That is our goal!  Students who have been part of discipleship programs we do at universities.
In May they will be leaving for their school break and that is when they will be finishing Level One of Fundamentals Of Faith.
We continue to trust the Lord for a better transport means in this ministry. We find moving here and there being very hard for us each day. Sometimes we find moving in places where taxies don’t reach hence needing a private means of transport. Most of you know we have been using a bicycle on our farm and as well as ministry. Someone stole it. We are really bogged down with any moment.
Christianity Explored students watching the video during class

In our farming, this time we bring our fellow Farmer Mrs. Maxiencia,on left with her structure of six pigs.
 one of the ladies who was inspired by our piggery project. She comes for advice whenever needed to us. She is not part of our church, although she habitually visits our farm and has picked up our simple means of farming too. Enjoy seeing the picture of her piggery farming.





Prayer requests
·         Pastors’ Conference Near Lake Victoria
·         Finishing to pave church
·         Ministry Land
·         Discipleship programs
·         Buying a ministry motor Bike
Yours,
Alex and Simon (Uganda, Africa).