Book Review for Fostering Sunday
Home for Good by Krish Kandiah
There are 12,000 children in the UK in need of adoptive and foster parents. Each child’s story is unique – but they all need help. Who will foster them? Will anyone adopt them? How can they find a home for good?
As part of the nationwide joint campaign by the Evangelical Alliance and Care for the Family, Krish Kandiah and his wife Miriam explore the realities of adoption and fostering both from their own experience and that of others, and explain how the church is uniquely placed to help.
The real life stories they share clearly show the joy and fulfilment – as well as the challenges – that adoption and fostering bring to all involved.
This book is available in the Resource Area
Book Review for Burundi Sunday
My Country Wept, by Jess Komanapalli.
In this newly published book, Theodore Mbazumutima was forced to flee from his native
Burundi when tensions between the Hutus and Tutsis escalated.
Theo’s dangerous and incredible journey fleeing for the civil war is an amazing testimony of
God’s miraculous intervention, protection and guidance.
The book is available in the Resource Area