Rosemary is from Uganda and was orphaned at age 6.
After her parents passed away, she went to live with her uncle and his seven children.
“Coming from a humble background, my parents meant everything to me,î Rosemary said. ìAfter their death, it meant an end to everything, the good dresses and meals on Christmas, etc. The death of both my parents left me in shambles and my whole life was engulfed in misery.”
With the high cost of attending school, Rosemary had no hope that she would ever receive an education.
But when CFCA welcomed Rosemary into the program, her life completely changed.
What do you think when you hear The Ark of the Covenant?
Do you imagine its contents and the presence of the Lord leading His people, giving them strength to accomplish what seemed impossible? The joy and celebration when David was bringing the Ark home?
In 2 Samuel 6:14-15 (NLT) we read, “And David danced before the LORD with all his might, wearing a priestly tunic. So David and all Israel brought up the Ark of the LORD with much shouting and blowing of trumpets.”
In this day of over-extended schedules that have the power to distance us from God, where could one ever hope to glimpse the joy of David worshiping the Lord? By the grace of God, He meets us when we interact with His faithful people.
A glass of delicious passion fruit juice from Uganda!
CFCA serves more than 2,600 sponsored children and elderly in Uganda. This recipe comes from a group of mothers of sponsored children. The mothers grow passion fruit as part of a CFCA livelihood program. Not only does it make money to support their families, but it also gives them a way to actively engage in their community.
The number of passion fruits for the recipe depends on how much juice you want to make. One glass of juice requires three passion fruits. If you are making four glasses of juice, for example, you can use 12 passion fruits. See the full recipe