From the Dust
'She was dirty and dusty. Her curly hair had seen neither a comb nor water for months. In one hand she carried a package of cigarettes and in the other a solvent rag.' Young Namusisi had no home, no family,...
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'She was dirty and dusty. Her curly hair had seen neither a comb nor water for months. In one hand she carried a package of cigarettes and in the other a solvent rag.' Young Namusisi had no home, no family, no money for schoolfees, and no one to love her or care for her. She survived in the culture of the buyaye on the streets, parking lots, and porches of the city of Kampala, Uganda. But one day she met Daddy Kefa and her life was changed. He took her to his children's home where she was provided for and was shown the love of Christ. Namusisi was just one of more than 6,000 Ugandan street children who were rescued from a meaningless and hopeless life by the efforts of a compassionate, selfless, and godly man. The book contains the poignant stories of many of those destitute children ' stories of how they came to live on the streets and of how their lives were changed. Here are stories of a people ravaged by a demonic dictator, a people who had lost all sense of humanity and were struggling under emotional, physical, and spiritual poverty. From the Dust tells how the efforts of one man made a difference to so many who were groping in a dark world of sin and hopelessness. It is the story of the love of God to the lost and dying, and of how that love made a difference to so many Africans and can still make a difference to those who will trust in him.
- 1.the Moshi Spirit.2.the Homecoming.3.nakafero.4.rohana Club.5.nakafero's Death And Legacy.6.namusisi.7.the Dust House.8.habitat For Humanity.9.the Karamojong.10.the Farm Projects.11.akurun Akalam (unearthing The Pen).12.the Shoe Box.13.the Slums.14.the Beggards.15.from The Dust.16.forgiveness From The Heart.17.the Night Commuters.18.the Fishing Nets.19.the Mustard Seed