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Swaziland, the smallest nation in Africa, is being devastated by HIV/AIDS. Thousands of children are left with no one to care for them. Life expectancy has dropped to twenty-nine years of age. But God has a plan, and there is a place on Bethany Mountain where the sounds of laughter, joy, and music can be heard! New Hope Centre is home to orphan children who are overcoming their fears, losses, and hopelessness, and developing into leaders who have a lively confidence in God. His Majesty King Mswati III, reigning King of Swaziland, wants more homes like this one as these children are already making waves towards taking their nation to a place of prominence among the nations of the world. They are “orphans today . . . leaders tomorrow.” “Scripture tells us that we are to care for orphans and widows in distress . . . I pray that as you read this journey of faith, you will be compelled to take action and help.” —Janine Maxwell, Co-founder, Heart for Africa, Author of It’s Not Okay With Me.
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Dr. Elizabeth Hynd, upon completing her graduate studies at Vanderbilt University and Peabody College in Nashville, TN, became a missionary in Japan and Hong Kong for fifteen years. In Hong Kong, she worked with street people, prostitutes, and drug addicts. Then God called her back to Swaziland, the land of her birth. In 2003, she, along with Rev. Dr. June McKinney, established New Hope Centre, a home where children orphaned by the AIDS pandemic are being trained to become the next leadership of Swaziland.
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Book Description Winepress Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1606150413
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