PASTOR PAULINE ATITWA
When I returned back home that day, I found out that my baby boy, who was just three years old, had been beaten harshly. He bled inside his body. I took my child to the hospital, but when I reached the hospital that night, eventually, my son passed away.
When the people and I went to report the issue to the police, the police did not respond.
I buried my child, and I learned that when you encounter more pain in your life, God will make you forget all your sorrows and strengthen yourself.
“The function of prayer is not to influence God, but rather to change the nature of the one who prays.”
Find pastor pauline attitwa’s story in vol. 7
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You will find out from their stories that these women are extremely poor. Many of them are widows and many children are orphans.
There is a lack of food and water for these people. Some still live in grass huts that cave in once the grass rots. Children drop out of school because they lack uniforms, socks, or shoes, and the school fees are not paid.
Some families have resorted to eating tree leaves and roots as they can’t buy any food, and they are having trouble growing food due to their lack of rain and resources.
As you read their stories, you will find that although they are dealing with unimaginable difficulties and heartbreak, they do what they can to stay positive and support their families.