If you’ve ever been to Uganda, you’ve probably been caught in the rain there, somewhere. And if you don’t have anywhere to go–even if you do–it’s sometimes nice to just sit on the stoop and watch, specially if you’ve got a cup of hot chai and a chapati or “g-nuts” (peanuts) in your hand.This was a deluge at Richard and Ida Bozonona’s house one day. Enjoy, put it on loop, and just listen to the rain and pray for our friends in Uganda for the next few minutes.
My wife, Jill, and I have three children: Ashley, Anna, and Jacob. We live in Broken Arrow and I preach for The Journey: a New Generation Church of Christ in Tulsa (www.thejourneychurch.faith). I have a B.A. in Journalism and an M.Div. from Harding School of Theology in Memphis, Tennessee. Before coming to Tulsa, we lived in Nashville, Tennessee four years, where I worked with The Zoe Group and Wineskins Magazine. From 1994-2001 we lived in Jinja, Uganda, where we worked with a church planting team, an experience that forever changed our lives. With Randy Harris, I co-authored Living Jesus: Doing What Jesus Says in the Sermon on the Mount and you can learn about other books I've written at my web site, www.gregtaylor.org. My most recent book co-authored with Randy is Daring Faith: Meeting Jesus in the Book of John.