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March 29, 2014 6:35 PM

Ugandan's hard road leads him to Christianity, kids' ministry, and Modesto

Moses Ssebaggala grew up in a devout Muslim home in Uganda. His father had many wives and children. In his teens, a crisis of faith led him to Christianity, which forced him to leave home and resulted in years of poverty. Now he runs Children Safe Uganda to help other children “who have no hope.”

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