Orphans and the Fatherless is not only about the 143 million orphans in the world whose parents have died of AIDS or war, but also talks about prisoners, street people, foster children and children who may feel fatherless due to a divorce in the family.
Filled with research, Orphans and the Fatherless goes on to talk about the importance of fathers and also God the Father's heart towards groups such as orphans and widows.
It's really a call to action for the church to be involved with these people's lives - in practical ways.
Julie Chandler is the Founder of canadian artists for the poor. This non-profit organization hosts various art sales and events in order to raise funds for charities working with those living in extreme poverty. At the same time, the profiles of participating artists are raised and beautiful art finds a home.
"Julie Chandler's insights on orphans and vulnerable children is worth the read. Sensitive, informative, and challenging, it confronts the reader with a world of both need and opportunity where the call to serving the broken trumps all else."
James Cantelon, President, Visionledd
"Julie has written an amazing book about self-discovery and calling for the orphans and fatherless of the world. She has been supernaturally struck and slain for the cause of these children. Her narrative will be a true inspiration for those with similar callings, for those who weep for the least of these during the day and toss and turn about them at night."
Christopher Padbury, President, Project 1.27
"Do you want some motivation to share with your organization or small group that would compel them do do something that would truly make a difference? Then you should read Julie Chandler's book. Each chapter reveals some area of our world that is crying out for people to get involved."
JT Olson, Executive Director, Both Hands Foundation
"Julie's compassionate book is an open letter to each of our hearts concerning the orphans who live among us. In this passionate writing she fully embraces the emotions of a "Dear John" letter, by pointing out the passions, the heart breaks and the irresponsible acts of men and women before a loving God, which results in the broken lives of orphan children. God loves His little ones and their angels always see the face of the heavenly Father. (Matthew 18:10)"
Wayne Gaines, Founder/Director, Mighty 300 Ministries
Contributions from Janine Maxwell.
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Book Description The Seven Towers, 2010. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP77874556