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By Debbie Guimon Do you remember what your life was like 20 years ago? That is when my late husband and I began our missionary journey to Uganda, East Africa. We put our feet into the figurative water of the flooding Jordan River and saw God part the waters and make the way clear when it seemed there was no way. We simply surrendered, and He did the impossible. Twenty years ago, there were no Bible- preaching churches or missionaries in the area around Soroti in northern Uganda. There were thousands of orphans in the area who were left devastated by the effects of warfare and disease, and the vast majority of them were left to fend for themselves the best they could. An overgrown field of 18 acres, where many people had died in battles between insurgent rebels and the government, served as a hiding place for robbers who preyed on the local people. Now, two decades later, a dedicated team of missionaries and trained nationals minister in several Bible-preaching churches in the area around Soroti. The field of destruction has been transformed into the Soroti Orphan Assistance Project (SOAP) where 27 destitute orphans who have lost both parents are experiencing God’s tremendous love for them. These orphans, along with some staff children, attend Independent Baptist School where they learn not only excellent academics but also godly character as well. More than 20 older orphans have completed their primary education at SOAP and are now being trained in more specific areas in local secondary schools. Thousands of people have heard the Truth of God’s gift of salvation, and many have put their trust in Christ instead of their own good works. Twenty years has made a difference for all of eternity. For some or all of those years, many of you have faithfully prayed and provided finances to make all of this possible. Thank you for your investment in eternity! May our Lord find us faithful for the next 20 years! *Editor’s Note: When God saw fit to take His faithful servant Kyle Guimon home to heaven, Mrs. Guimon and her son returned to the States where she served as the Public Relations Coordinator for the SOAP ministry, making annual trips back to Uganda. Now that her son is grown and married, God has opened the door for Mrs. Guimon to return to Uganda to work at the orphanage full-time. Please pray for her as she has returned to the ministry she and her husband began 20 years ago. W