This is Sixty Feet:
Sixty Feet is an action-based organization created to bring hope and restoration to the imprisoned children of Africa in Jesus’ name. We are not referring to a figurative prison of poverty or circumstance, but real places, with real bars.
This is some of what they are doing:
In response to what we learned about these prisons, we have mobilized a team to significantly improve conditions for the little ones at all of the facilities like “M1” in Uganda. We have been able to treat wounds and improve general healthcare. We have been allowed to worship and preach the gospel daily with them. We have met with children and heard their stories and we are doing what we can to get them released from prison – back to their families, back in school and as much as possible, back into the daily life as a child.
We want to position ourselves to create sustainable, long-term living arrangements for these wrongly confined children. We have so many dreams for them. We dream to bring them hope in Jesus and to restore their lives so that they, too, can dream for their future.
As you listen to each part of my interview with Sixty Feet on Finding Justice, you can hear the passion and sense the genuine love and care that Sixty Feet has for the desperate children of Uganda.
You can also read the passion and genuine love from those on the ground in Uganda:
I highly recommend giving these two blogs a read, as they are first hand accounts of what’s going on, on the ground, in Uganda, by Sixty Feet.
Here is a glimpse into the work of Sixty Feet:
The world is full of so much need, there is no “wrong” place to begin helping. Instead of feeling overwhelmed by the amount of need we see before us, let’s take one small step in beginning to make a difference in the needy and hurting world around us.