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Hope For The Hopeless

Author : Paul H Boge
ISBN : 9781927355046
Genre : Religion
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Hope for the Hopeless continues the journey of Charles Mulli started in the best-selling biography Father to the Fatherless. His journey of faith challenges him to trust Christ in desperate times, confront evil forces and believe God for even greater miracles of healing and deliverance. It takes him into the heart of the most devastating event in recent Kenyan history, where in the wake of the post-election violence that shook Kenya to its core, while the nation stands in fear and desperation, Mulli risks everything to follow the call of Christ on his life to bring hope to the hopeless. You will be greatly moved by these amazing true stories. Each tells of a tragedy turned miraculous. Whether the young girl evicted by her family and left to survive in a slum or the boy whose parents passed away, leaving him destitute on the street, all appear hopeless cases until they encounter Charles Mulli and discover a new life they could not have imagined.
Category: Religion

My Journey Of Faith

Author : Dr. Charles Mutua Mulli
ISBN : 9781927355787
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 29.67 MB
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"At six years old Charles Mulli woke up one morning to find he had been completely abandoned by both parents. All alone he fell into a life of abject poverty, forcing Mulli to wander from hut to hut begging for food for his very survival, unable even to attend school. ..." As a teenager Mulli started a small taxi company which grew to be very successful. Eventually he expanded his business ventures to include real estate, insurance, and oil and gas distribution, becoming a highly successful businessman. But despite all his success, the growing struggle in his heart over the plight of thousands of Kenyan street children remained strong until one day he surrendered to the call of God on his life to sell everything he owned and begin rescuing street children from the slums of Kenya. His story is told here in My Journey of Faith from his own perspective, describing his incredible life of faith that is filled with love, miracles, and powerful answers to prayer, and demonstrates persuasively how a close walk with God is accessible to all of us even today. The reader will experience the amazing true stories of tragedy-turned-triumph where hopeless cases encounter the work of Charles Mulli’s and discover a new life they could not have imagined.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The True Story Of Canadian Human Trafficking

Author : Paul H Boge
ISBN : 9781927355961
Genre : Social Science
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This is the true story of the world of human trafficking in Canada. For years many people refused to believe that human trafficking was happening here in innocent, safe Canada to our very own Canadian girls. But they were wrong! It is estimated that between 12 and 27 million people are currently caught in human trafficking globally, and Canadian stats show that thousands are exploited for their labour or sexual services right across our own country. To begin combating the monstrosities represented by these numbers, it is essential that we recognize that trafficking is an industry and the sex trade is a business, and we must be aware of how it operates and how to defeat it. This story chronicles the perspective of trafficking’s victims, the methods used for recruiting girls, the men who use them, the men who knowingly and sometimes unknowingly fuel the industry and the brave politicians and organizations who are in a constant fight to stop the industry and keep our nation strong and free from it.
Category: Social Science

When Quitting Is Not An Option

Author : Arvid Loewen
ISBN : 9781927355497
Genre : Religion
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When Arvid Loewen set out on a 40km bike ride only to give up after 30 kms, his future as a cyclist seemed bleak. Yet, 14 years later Arvid was racing alongside the world’s most elite ultra-marathon athletes. This is a story of failure, courage, disappointment, triumph and laughter- and a few lessons along the way. Arvid’s story inspires others to discover what's possible when quitting is not an option.
Category: Religion

The Biggest Family In The World

Author : Paul H Boge
ISBN : 9781927355374
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 39.33 MB
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The Biggest Family in the World is a story that will inform and inspire every child who reads it. This is the wonderfully illustrated story of how an abandoned six year old boy in Kenya becomes a successful entrepreneur only to give it all up to take in and transform over 7,000 street children. Charles and Esther Mully have changed their world through cutting edge self-sustainable programs leaving a testimony to the transforming power of the gospel, first in one man, and then in countless children’s lives. Children that are forever changed, made whole, healed and transformed into valuable members of society, all of whom are achieving incredible exploits with their own families.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Biggest Family In The World

Author : Paul H Boge
ISBN : 9781988928371
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 74.92 MB
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探索一个贫穷、被遗弃的肯尼亚六岁男孩的鼓舞人心的真实故事,这个男孩成长为成功、强大和非常富有的人,但他决定卖掉他所拥有的一切来拯救流浪儿童,那些流浪儿童的状况反映了他自己的童年。从拯救一个孩子到拯救上千个孩子,查尔斯·穆利所面临的每一个新的挑战显现了一次更加相信上帝的机会。这本奇妙的图画书捕捉到了非洲和穆利家庭喜乐的精髓。《世界上最大的家庭》将会鼓励所有孩子来经历上帝对他们的爱,以及寻找上帝对他们生命的特殊计划。
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Father To The Fatherless

Author : Paul H Boge
ISBN : 9781894860710
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 86.2 MB
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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 and seemingly hopeless future. As a teenager, Charles is invited by a friend to a crusade where he commits his life to Christ. That act begins a unique adventure of faith, miracles, and a passion for reaching street children. After years of struggle, 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. Charles becomes a pinnacle in the Church movement, but then his life changes again. 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. Convicted by God to give away all his possessions, Charles sells everything to pursue his passion of rescuing street children from the slums of Kenya. He battles against corrupt religious establishments, supernatural enemies, and intense financial pressures to bring hope to those whose lives reflect his own childhood. Mully Children's Family (MCF) Orphanage was founded and established by Charles and Esther Mulli in response to the desperate needs of street children, abandoned children, and HIV/AIDS orphans in Kenya in 1989. Father to the Fatherless is the true story of a man whose life begins in desperate poverty, moves to riches, and finally servanthood, where he becomes a real-life demonstration of selfless love and sacrifice that challenges us to evaluate the cost of giving up all to God in the service of others.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Logik Und Theologie

Author : Dominik Perler
ISBN : 9789004111189
Genre : History
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How did the reception of Aristotelian logic in the Arabic and Latin Middle Ages shape the development of theology? And how did theological issues influence the debates about logic and theories of argumentation? The contributions in this volume examine these questions on the basis of key texts, thus shedding new light on the problematic relationship between logic and theology.
Category: History