A real life personal tragedy turns into a hope filled story for an 18 year old single mother, merely existing on crutches in the bush of Mozambique. Two writers minding their own book stumble on her story, 217 words in National Geographic article. A remarkable series of events brings together high school students, university seniors, a Handicapped International deminer and his wife, and a 79 year old Indian ‘Gandhi.’ From three continents the players enter the drama to do impossible. This story will restore your faith in humanity and call you to join a movement to restore dignity and justice to 10,000 innocent ones in Mozambique.
Douglas is a London born global traveler. Recovered from polio as an infant to become a sports fanatic. Became a church leader in his twenties. Sickness threatened his life once more in his early thirties. Douglas experienced a remarkable healing that challenged his belief system. With Fiona his wife, two children, Barrie (2) and Laura (16 weeks ) they left Scotland for the United States. So began a pilgrimage to explore the realities of faith and helping others discover healing and fulfilment. The journey led to a visit to Mozambique that would, ultimately, change his life, his interests and his future.