The Paradox of Flourishing

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  1. pastor Addisu Olana says:

    I appreciate you, us a pastor of the church. B/c, this is the burden which comes upon you from the heaven and you accept and respond it practically.
    Really I am a pastor in Ethiopia in one the very poor Church. But, I trust God b/c I have blessed by heavenly blessing through Jesus Christ the son of God.
    However, when I live in this world I want to do Something in my country for children those who live on the straight with out hope. I have a dream to address them in any way. Please, stand beside us I need your support by human resources, training, physical visiting and understanding our depth problem, still we are in struggling to fitted poverty. So, if you have burden to African people I invite you to Ethiopia. Thankyou1

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