wordless wednesday: kids in uganda

Written by Dan King

Christ-follower. husband. father. author of the unlikely missionary: from pew-warmer to poverty-fighter. co-author of activist faith: from him and for him. school of ministry and missions instructor. president of fistbump media, llc.

April 1, 2009

children in poverty

Source: boston.com passport

12 Comments

  1. CatSynth

    That is a very striking image, the kids, the street, the row of stores and buildings behind them.

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  2. Stan

    This certainly makes me thankful and less likely to complain about my own circumstances.

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  3. CatSynth

    That is a very striking image, the kids, the street, the row of stores and buildings behind them.

    Reply
  4. Stan

    This certainly makes me thankful and less likely to complain about my own circumstances.

    Reply
  5. Stan

    This certainly makes me thankful and less likely to complain about my own circumstances.

    Reply
  6. CatSynth

    That is a very striking image, the kids, the street, the row of stores and buildings behind them.

    Reply
  7. saint3

    I caught The Last King OF Scotland abt this former dictator in Uganda just a few days ago. This is really coincidental.

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  8. Stan

    This certainly makes me thankful and less likely to complain about my own circumstances.

    Reply
  9. CatSynth

    That is a very striking image, the kids, the street, the row of stores and buildings behind them.

    Reply
  10. saint3

    I caught The Last King OF Scotland abt this former dictator in Uganda just a few days ago. This is really coincidental.

    Reply
  11. saint3

    I caught The Last King OF Scotland abt this former dictator in Uganda just a few days ago. This is really coincidental.

    Reply
  12. saint3

    I caught The Last King OF Scotland abt this former dictator in Uganda just a few days ago. This is really coincidental.

    Reply

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wordless wednesday: kids in uganda

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