The Biggest Family in the World
Paul H. Boge


- 40 Pages

Discover the inspirational and true story of a poor, abandoned six-year-old Kenyan boy who grows up to become successful, powerful and very rich but decides to sell all he has to rescue street children, whose condition reflects his own childhood. Saving one child turns into rescuing thousands, and each new challenge that Charles Mulli faces presents a new opportunity to trust God even more. This wonderfully illustrated book captures the essence of Africa and the joy of Mully Children's Family. The Biggest Family in the World will encourage all the children to experience how much God loves them and to look for the special plans He has for their lives.

About the Illustrator
Following a 25-year career in advertising design, a career change to working in the office of singer/songwriter Steve Bell resulted in a reawakening of Faye Hall's love of painting. Her family already grown, Hall experienced widowhood and a new marriage to Darrell Hall. Faye's lifelong faith in God is evident in her prolific repertoire of realistic and abstract portraits that are charged with energy, passion and colour. Faye continues to be artistically influenced particularly by the music and poetry of Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite.

About the Author
Paul H. Boge had the privilege of teaching at Mully Children's Family in Ndalani, Kenya, where he saw the impact the love of God is having through MCF in the lives of rescued children. Passionate about children and the people of Africa, Paul is the author of six books, including Father to the Fatherless: The Charles Mulli Story and Hope for the Hopeless: The Charles Mulli Mission. He is a filmmaker and works as an engineer in a family practice in Winnipeg. When he isn't writing, he loves to tell stories to his nieces and nephews.

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  • ISBN: 978-1-927355-36-7
  • EBN: 962
  • 175 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Other

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 December, 2014.

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