We Don't Do Orphans: The Story of Otino Waa Children's Village in Northern Uganda (Paperback)
At an age when most are aiming for retirement, Bob Higgins moved to Uganda with his wife Carol. Over the course of fourteen years, they trained church leaders with the International School of Ministry video curriculum, provided clean water to rural communities, and ran a mobile clinic while establishing a home for children orphaned by rebel warfare in Northern Uganda. Initially resistant to the idea of taking on the continual care of so many orphans, their Otino Waa Children's Village soon became home to hundreds of children. Bob's retelling of the origins of PATH Ministries shows that God can do extraordinary things through faithful service in difficult places.