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  • Why We Put Walls Up

    This summer I learned about walls being built. Not those ugly, figurative walls that we so often hear about. These walls were quite the opposite – beautiful, physical walls that God had instructed to be built by people of His Word, following His will in …

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  • Lusaka Girls

    I was so blessed today when I had the privilege of seeing just the girls from My Father’s House Orphan Homes in Lusaka. When we walked through the gate we were immediately greeted by them with hugs, high fives, and excitement. It seemed like a …

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  • Thokozile

    Thokozile, more commonly and affectionately known as Thoko, spent ten years living with her biological family in Lusaka, Zambia before she and her older brother, Lubasi, came to My Father’s House in October of 2004. They have lived in Lusaka House 1 with Mama Christie …

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