Monthly Archives: July 2014


Be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your heart… ~ Psalm 31:24 As my courage and love for this place grow, my love for home diminishes a little more each day. We spent most of yesterday at Grace’s Kids Jinja Nutritional Clinic. Jake and three men installed the gutters and finished the brick base… Read more »

Borehole Repairs and Umale Primary School

This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. ~ Psalm 118:24 Ecstatic to head to the Kikondo villages, we piled into Elizabeth’s truck, 6 deep in the back and 3 up front. With Elizabeth driving, Kade in the middle, Iragae as passenger, Jake with Jamison on… Read more »

Visit with Sole Hope

Day 3 Our third day here was Sunday. We all got up early, ate breakfast, jumped on a boda boda and headed to church at Calvary Chapel Jinja. We were welcomed by so many wonderful familiar faces, but my heart jumped with excitement when we saw Pastor a Steven and his beautiful wife Mary. There… Read more »

First Days in Uganda

Day 1 Here I am on the couch of the Providence Guest House in beautiful Jinja, Uganda with my sweet friend Bobbi Bankston. We’re reflecting on the journey we have had over the last week, while Jacob and our kids are sleeping. One week ago we were feeling the pressures of packing and fearful of… Read more »

Africa 2014

Well this is it. Today founders Jake and Taylor Radovich (along with their two children Jamison and Ezekiel) and Bobbi Bankston, founder of The Mason Bar Company and our friend and amazing partner/sponsor, (along with two of her boys) are heading off to Africa. They’ll be spending three weeks in Uganda before meeting up with… Read more »

A Little Bit about GBP

I would like to take a moment to formally introduce Global Belief Project to you. Recently, I have heard a few misconceptions and think it’s important that our family, friends, supporters, and followers know who we are and the purpose of this organization. First and foremost we are a family. Pretty much your everyday, typical… Read more »