The Uganda Culture is all about sharing gifts with the visitors. It is their way of saying ‘welcome to my home’ and ‘thank you for caring’. The gifts shared with the visitors are from their land, whether it is food from the garden or leaves from the trees made into crafts. Chicken, jackfruit, sugar cane, ground-nuts, eggs, avocado, bananas and mats are among the gifts that they freely share with the delegates. It is a joyful time of conversation and family.
In the last month seven children were adopted by a group of delegates from Bloomington led by Fr. Tom. They are now part of the COVE family. The children were initially timid around their new sponsors, but after some quality time, everyone relaxed and enjoyed themselves. Would you like to sponsor a child? Visit our website at http://www.covealliance.org
God Bless caring hearts