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May 11 , 2008

The Urban Halo: a story of hope for orphans of the poor


The inspiring story of one family's years in a Cambodian slum establishing an innovative ministry caring for over a thousand orphans.

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As the poor became their neighbours and their friends, a distinctive ministry began to emerge, transforming the lives of hundreds of vulnerable children, and empowering the poor to care for their own orphans. Not just a strong critique of orphanages, The Urban Halo offers the inspiring story of an alternative model of care for vulnerable children.

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