True Religion is Caring for the Orphans
In 2008, Jeff Tobler, founder of Eternal Promises, along with his son, Charlie, visisted TJ Miracle Orphanage in Uganda.
In 2008, my son and I had the privilege to visit TJ Miracle Foundation Orphanage in Uganda, run by Josephine Turyatunga, and that day made an indelible mark on my heart. I was so humbled and filled with joy by the presentation those precious orphan children performed I couldn’t help but honor them by joining in the dancing.
I can still remember the smiles and singing from that day. They had a beautiful couch prepared for us, fresh water, and a musical tribute! They were wonderful.
We also toured early construction of the new facility to further the work and give these children the space they truly need and deserve. While they have made great progress, they need your support more than ever to complete construction and funding of the vocational school to help these children have a proper education.
What does God have say about orphans:
“Learn to do good; commit yourselves to seeking justice. Make right for the world’s most vulnerable—the oppressed, the orphaned, the widow.” (Isaiah 1:17)
“Real, true religion from God the Father’s perspective is about caring for the orphans and widows who suffer needlessly and resisting the evil influence of the world.” (James 1:27)
Please consider joining with us in showing a tangible love of our Heavenly Father toward these children. Use the form (right) to financially support TJ Miracle Orphanage.
Over the past four decades Uganda has been engulfed in one crisis after another, from living life under the reign of powerful dictators, to years of civil war, followed by famine, drought and most recently the pandemic commonly known as HIV/AIDS. These crises have left thousands of Ugandan children without parents and/or family support. In other words, they are orphans. This, in essence, is the inspiration of the vision of Sister Josephine, through TJ Foundation, in initiating educational activities aimed at changing the lives of hundreds of these children.