The Lulu Tree is a nonprofit organization that is helping the people of Uganda, Africa.
The story behind the name and the inspiration behind its founding is truly inspiring.
This 14-year old boy from Uganda has been deaf since birth and has never learned sign language.
The story of Katie Davis and Amazima Ministries is full of inspiration and what it looks like to live the Gospel.
David Platt of The Church at Brook Hills interviews Katie and will probably be the best thing you could watch this week.
A five judge panel ruled against the Uganda parliament that passed an ‘anti-gay’ statute.
“It banned the ‘promotion of homosexuality’ and enabled life sentences to be imposed for various same-sex acts, including touching in public or living in a same-sex marriage.”
With some countries still criminalizing homosexuality, this is the step in the right direction!
It’s always a delight to have Dan Owens on the Finding Justice Podcast!
On this program, we talk about the short and long term solutions that are aimed to make Sixty Feet a successful mission.
I’ll never forget when I first heard about the work of Sixty Feet. I thought:
“Children? In prison!?!”
It’s true. There are children in prison.
One of our favorite guests, Dan Owens, joins us from Sixty Feet to talk about one of their latest programs, Homeward Bound.
This is another example of Sixty Feet’s excellent holistic approach in rescuing the imprisoned child of Uganda, Africa.
Here’s Katie Davis speaking at Catalyst East (Atlanta):
Jeff Seevers is Director of Communications for Sixty Feet, an organization that focuses “bringing hope and restoration to the imprisoned children of Africa in Jesus’ name.” Sharing from the heart, Jeff talks about his journey towards working for Sixty Feet and the power of communication in solving world problems like poverty and rescuing imprisoned children in Africa.