From Street Kid to Foster Dad (a discussion with Peter Mutabazi)

I liked this discussion with Peter Mutabazi — a single foster father who has such a heart for kids. In this episode, he shares a little about his heartbreaking however likewise motivating story of being abused by his father as a young boy and lastly deciding to flee — having no concept where concept where he would go. He wound up surviving on the streets near a bus station for a couple of years till one male strolled into his life and altered whatever. 

You will wish to not just listen to what he shares of his story on this episode, however you’ll likewise wish to get a copy of his book, Now I Am Known. I left this discussion so founded guilty by his enthusiasm for others and how a single person can make such a distinction in another individual’s life.

In This Episode

[00:35] – I reveal today’s visitor, Peter Mutabazi.

[01:04] – Peter provides us some background info about himself.

[01:42] – Learn a bit about Peter’s youth.

[03:30] – Peter discusses his factors for escaping from house when he was 10.

[04:41] – When was Peter lastly able to get away survival mode?

[06:18] – Peter shares about getting an education.

[08:32] – I go over the title of Peter’s book.

[10:37] – What can a moms and dad do to promote worth and worth in God within kids?

[13:36] – Peter discuss how to get where he is today.

[15:23] – How did Peter choose to begin cultivating kids?

[18:24] – Peter has actually promoted 27 kids in 5 years!

[19:45] – Peter provides guidance to potential foster moms and dads who are frightened to pursue it.

[23:08] – I like how Peter states that birth moms and dads are my ally, not my opponent.

[24:12] – How does Peter fix up the brokenness on the planet with God?


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