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This article was written on 14 Nov 2016, and is filed under Uganda Orphans.

A Helping Hand for the Fatherless in Uganda

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Glory Power recently helped Homeland Orphanage in Uganda, which is part of Grace Christian Fellowship Church in the town of Mityana. The orphanage is led by the young pastor of Grace Fellowship, Kayembe Samuel (AKA Sam Kay). Don has been in touch with Sam for many years and has followed his ministry.

Glory Power sent money to feed these orphans and provide blankets and other necessities, as shown in the picture above.
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Sam, pictured with some staple corn maize that GPM provided, started Homeland Orphanage in 2007 when he was 20 years old. Sam received Jesus when he was 14 while living on the streets when a woman shared the gospel with him; and she picked him up from the streets and took him to school for the first time.

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Homeland Orphanage has been able to save over 300 orphans (some shown eating in the street; notice the child eating with his pencil). Some of the orphans grew up and were left to live on their own, and others were helped by World Vision. Now there are 92 orphans in the Homeland Orphanage, ages 3-16. The orphanage includes a home school.
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Glory Power would love to help this worthy ministry more as the Lord provides. Please pray that the Lord supplies an abundance for Pastor Sam and Homeland Orphanage.

TO DONATE TO HELP GPM PROVIDE FOR THESE ORPHANS IN UGANDA, CLICK HERE AND SELECT “UGANDA ORPHANS” – AS YOUR DESIGNATED GIVING.

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