Saturday, July 14, 2012
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Now, after 3 years of mostly doing curriculum, ARM has asked me to help assist in the communications department. Some days I can't help but feel inadequate for the job, knowing that I have never studied marketing or communication - but it is on those days that I am reminded that God can use anyone to lift up and glorify His name!
Please keep me in your prayers as I work on balancing my new tasks in the communications department with my continued work on ARM's leadership curriculum!
Friday, January 13, 2012
It's that time...Time to come and check out my condo that is for rent!!
When: JAN 21st, 2012, 11am - 3pm
Where: 8710 Independence Ave, Canoga Park, CA 91304
Who to Contact: Trudy @ (866) 884-4239 ext. 8230
Email Contact: email@example.com
What: Click here for details & pictures of the condo for rent
Monday, November 14, 2011
- 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo in Canoga Park California
- 1,218 sq ftHardwood floors throughout
- Granite in kitchen and baths
- his/her sinks
- wood burning fireplace
- all appliances included (refridge, stove, microwave, washer/dryer)
- free water
- shared pool/jacuzzi
- 2 balconies
- 2 underground parking spaces
- central ac/heat
- top floor unit in a quiet building
- Central location, near 101 and 118 freeway access
- Sorry...no pets allowed
- Price: $1,575 per month with $1,000 security deposit required
Monday, October 17, 2011
If it were not for ARM’s very first choir, sent to Californi
a in 2004, I don’t think I would be living, working and serving in Uganda Today.
I first discovered the country Uganda, sitting in Cornerstone Community Church, Simi Valley, California. I remember the music and the rhythms, but even more so I remember the testimonies of the children who had faced so many challenges in their young lives but had the determination to love Jesus and share Him with the world. It was in my seat that night that I felt God telling me…”Go, go to Uganda”…
You would think that I would have ran out of my seat and talked to my missions pastor that second, but being a procrastinator, I didn’t…I did however go to the back table and signed up to start supporting a young girl who lived in Ggaba. It was the first time I had ever given to anyone or any cause outside of my own little church circle and I loved feeling like I was doing something so outside of myself, even if I hadn’t actually done anything with Gods call “to go, go to Uganda”…That was in 2004...
(Mwangaza's Choir - 2006)
It was a few weeks later that God opened up a huge opportunity and I was invited to go on a short term trip to Uganda with some members of my church. I went with them in Nov. 2006 and my life has never been the same. Before traveling to Uganda, I was always the one who planned trips to different places around the world and then ticked them off my list when I returned…determined to explore the world in my lifetime. But when I returned from Uganda, I didn’t tick it off my list…instead I found myself saying, “As long as I keep going back to Uganda, I don’t care if I ever go anywhere else”.
I returned again to Uganda in 2007, trying to tell myself that I was just called to go on short terms there, but God showed me through the pastors at my church and through the people in Uganda, that he wanted me in Uganda, LONG TERM.
I finally submitted to God’s call for me, when I moved to Uganda in July 2009, and I have to say that it has been the greatest blessing in my life. In Mark 10 God says that those who leave their homes, their families, and their land for him will receive 100 fold and I have found that to be true in my own life. Some days I smile and thank God for making Uganda just for me…I know that is silly because he didn’t make it just for me, but the blessings he has poured out in my life in the few short years I have been here make it feel that way. I can’t imagine my life anywhere else, and I am so blessed to be working alongside the very organization that sent Mwangaza choir all those years ago and helped me realize God’s calling on my life!
Thank you ARM for being faithful, keep up the good work because you are making an impact for the world!