God’s Own: A story of personal failures and God’s redemptive love
Bisola Williams, a woman with a secret in her past decides to take her best friends along on a birthday trip to Rwanda. None of them knows her true intent as they embark on a journey that will unveil private scars that have a potential to haunt them publicly. But a bigger Force is at work. Her vulnerability allows her friends to share their stories too. Will they allow God work on their painful past or will they be finally consumed by it?.
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God’s Own’ is a story of personal failures and God’s redemptive love. Each story shows how God can create beauty from ashes. How he weaves threads of mercy, forgiveness and redemption into a messy story. God doesn’t touch anything but to bring beauty and wonder into it.
About the author.
Ugochi Obidiegwu is a Social Development Strategist with a specialty in creating products, programmes and providing policy advisory on pressing development issues affecting young Africans. Her major work pillars are around ensuring child safety, reducing substance abuse in youths and providing strategy for social impact initiatives. She is the author of a child safety story book series available in English and French, co-creator of an online safety game for children and developer of social impact apps.
Ugochi is a 2016 YALI Regional Leadership Centre Fellow, 2018 Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur, 2018 Mandela Washington Fellow and 2018/2019 Regional Advisory Board member of the Fellowship proffering advice to USAID and IREX on matters concerning the Fellowship. In 2020, she was listed alongside Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Angelique Kidjo, Peace Hyde and others on the WeForGood list of 100 women creating a better Africa in commemoration of International Women’s Day. Her work in safety education during the pandemic was featured by the UN OHCHR. Her work has footprints in several countries and in both local and foreign media. Ugochi is committed to ensuring that young people become better versions of themselves through her work in social development.
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