This week on License to Parent with Trace Embry… Has American life really given us the “abundant” life talked about in scripture? If it has, then why does America lead the rest of the world in teen suicide? On today’s License to Parent, we’ll try to offer some answers and a perspective on what it means to truly live an abundant life.
Our guest today is Elijah Sebuchu, the Senior Pastor for Kampala International Christian Centre — a network of over 60 churches located throughout Uganda. He’s also the Founder and Director of Hands of Love Orphanages and Schools in Uganda, providing a home, hope and love to over 1,400 children. Pastor Sebuchu has a unique perspective on abundant living, coming from a nation that has so many needs, and he shares what we might call the “missing ingredients” in many American Christians lives that keep us in want amidst a backdrop of affluence.
To find out more about Elijah Sebuchu’s ministries and to find out how to contact him, visit his website at www.handsofloveusa.org.
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