Onyekachi: Hope for the Hopeless

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As a boy, Okorie Kalu faced destitution, civil war, and cultural practices that scarred his family emotionally and physically. His future appeared grim, but God had other plans. Through His grace, the intervention of caring people, and personal determination, Okorie rose above his circumstances to attend college and accept God’s call to help the poor.

By applying lessons from his own life to his ministry with The Navigators, Okorie has helped a new generation of Christians discover self-sufficiency and personal dignity. In Onyekachi: Hope for the Hopeless, Okorie chronicles his journey and explains how, with God’s help, he met corruption and injustice with the gospel.

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Hopelessness is at the heart of poverty, but ministry to the poor and vulnerable is at the heart of the gospel. God has made it clear what role Christians should play in confronting what grieves Him.

Okorie Kalu knows poverty firsthand. As a boy, he faced destitution, civil war, and cultural practices that scarred his family emotionally and physically. His future appeared grim, but God had other plans. Through His grace, the intervention of caring people, and personal determination, Okorie rose above his circumstances to attend college and accept God’s call to help the poor.

By applying lessons from his own life to his ministry with The Navigators, Okorie has helped a new generation of Christians discover self-sufficiency and personal dignity. In Onyekachi: Hope for the Hopeless, Okorie chronicles his journey and explains how, with God’s help, he confronted corruption and injustice with the gospel.

About the Author:

LOIS RABEY has been writing and speaking for more than twenty years on a wide range of topics. Her ministry began when her first husband was killed in a tragic accident, leaving Lois to rear their two young daughters by herself. The author of nine books, Lois and her husband, Steve, live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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