Paul H Boge

Hannah’s Hope

This is the true story about Hannah, a happy and imaginative little girl growing up in rural Kenya. But suddenly Hannah and her little sister are left all alone with the death of their parents and are faced with a desperate-looking future. They find temporary refuge and hope for a better life with her grandparents. But that hope fades when they are not able to support the young girls.
Then, in the midst of what seems like a hopeless future, hope again returns when Hannah and her sister meet a man named Daddy Mulli, and a woman named Mommy Esther. Both girls are rescued by Mully Children’s Family where Hannah discovers a new world of opportunity. From living destitute on the street she is given a safe dormitory to sleep in, schooling to pursue her dream of becoming a doctor, food and medical care, and a wonderful family of over 500 brothers and sisters. For the first time she realizes she could be set free from her past. From her pain. From her prison. From the person she thought she was destined to remain. In pursuing her dreams, Hannah learns the importance of friendships, the joy of serving others, and she discovers how her faith in Christ can sustain her in the challenges of life to become who she is designed to be.
Daddy and Mommy Mulli give Hannah the parental love she has been searching for, but most of all, she learns that life is about being in a relationship with God. This is her dramatic and adventurous life journey
300 printed pages
Original publication



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