Uganda here we come

GiANT Experiences is heading to Uganda to bring hope and healing

to children who are victims of this war torn region of Africa.

We will be joined by business leaders, medical professionals and NFL

players.  We will provide medical assistance, drill water wells and assist

with building of facilities for the children.

We will also be working with local government, business and church leaders

to establish long term sustainable community development projects that help

Ugandans be self sufficient, support the work of the local church and see

eternal impact.

While in Uganda, the US Consulate has asked me to make a presentation at the

Restore International Academy on leadership. They have 19 teachers and about

200 students.

The backgrounds of the students vary, but generally almost all of them grew

up in northern Uganda during the war.  So an overwhelming percentage have

had one or both of their parents die due to the war or disease.  And all of

them have seen the horrors of the war.  A few of the boys were formerly

abducted and forced to fight with the rebels, and several of the girls

already have children.  But some of the students come from well to do

families as well. 

Not to long ago Brandon Heath visited the Restore Academy in northern

Uganda. The students helped him with his remix of "Give Me Your Eyes" by

singing along in the chorus. These are the very kids I hope to inspire.

Please pray that I succeed.

PLEASE take a minute to watch these videos. This is what GiANT Experiences

is all about!   LIFE CHANGE!

See the music video here

Here is a link to a video about the school where I will be speaking: 


They tell me CH 9 and CH 6 will be covering the story all week and that a

blog will be up soon with daily updates at\uganda

I will do my best to keep things fresh at

CH 4 is suppose to do a story on GiANT sometime Tuesday.  Stay tuned!


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  1. Richard kirabira says:

    we have tested the giant experience here in uganda by sharing alot with Ray sanders through Business and leadership experiences and we have had a new look on how things can be changed in Africa.
    I believe that African problems should be tackled by Africans with the expossure of new approaches and means to solve the problems.

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