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Eyes of Hope: Caring for Orphans and Widows in Africa

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How can two senior citizens from Minnesota and two young adults from Africa care for the needs of hundreds of orphaned children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo when they have no experience or resources? Trusting in a leap of faith, they answered the call from God with compassion, commitment, love and hope as they reached out to "the least of these." Eyes of Hope, C ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published September 12th 2012 by Bookhouse Fulfillment
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Eyes of Hope is the inspiring story of Bunia Children’s Hope Center, a work with orphans and widows in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo. The work resulted from the partnership of a retired couple from Minnesota and a Congolese couple committed to return home after university studies in Kenya. Fred and Elsie Scaife met Balikenga and Furaha Bisoke through Daystar University in Nairobi. Having worked 2005-2008 with orphans in the Tembisa and Alexandra Townships in South Africa, I am well aware o ...more
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