As a teenager kicked out of home, Ugandan woman Lillian Nakabiri wanted to poison herself. Her family didn’t want her, life was characterised by loneliness and poverty and killing herself seemed the only answer. In despair, she started reading letters she’d received over the years as a sponsored child. “I wanted to die happy, reading them. They gave me joy,” she told hundreds of school students in a moving talk about her early years. The written words from her Australian sponsor... read more
Message from New Plymouth's Muslim Community: "Many thanks for making us one and showing your compassion towards us."
We wanted to share the message we received on behalf of New Plymouth’s Muslim community following the interfaith gathering held... read more