Father to the Fatherless
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About "Father to the Fatherless"
Six year-old Charles Mulli wakes up in his Kenyan hut to discover his parents have abandoned him. Forced to beg from hut to hut in search of food, Charles scrapes out a meagre existence while trying to come to terms with his abusive past. Then, in a dramatic turn of events, Charles experiences unprecedented success. He finds a wonderful wife, raises a family, excels in business to such a degree that he creates an empire that is noticed by the President of Kenya, and he becomes a pinnacle in the church movement. Charles is on top of the world. And then his world changes. In spite of his tremendous achievements, the plight of the growing street children problem in his country remains strong in Charles' heart. He is unable to shut out their cries, the cries he understands so well, and he realizes he must respond. Father to the Fatherless tells the true story of a man who makes a decision to sell everything he has to help the poor. It's a decision that goes so counter-intuitive to those a
Meet the Authors
Dr. Bruce Wilkinson is the author of The Prayer of Jabez, named the "fastest-selling book of all time" by Publishers Weekly. Other books written by Wilkinson include the bestsellers A Life God Rewards, Secrets of the Vine, and The Dream Giver, and Beyond Jabez. His books have sold over 20 million copies combined. In 1976, Wilkinson founded Walk Thru the Bible Ministries. It is now the largest Christian seminar organisation in the U.S., conducting more than 2,500 conferences per year. In 2001, his career took a decisive new direction with the founding of Global Vision Resources, a private non-profit operating foundation that produces, markets, and distributes video and curriculum products to retail outlets, businesses, schools, and ministries around the world. A heavily-in-demand speaker, Wilkinson also serves as Chairman of Dream for Africa and Ovation Productions. Bruce and his wife, Darlene Marie, have three children and six grandchildren. They divide their time between Georgia and South Africa.