There are stories of the Lost Boys of Sudan, but on Chris Fabry Live, a Lost Girl shares her inspiring account. Almost twenty years ago, Rebecca Deng entered the U.S. as an unaccompanied refugee. A civil war raged in her country and most of her family had been killed. Hear her account of those days and of her determination and faith.
Rebecca Deng, of South Sudan’s Dinka tribe, is one of the 89 Lost Girls who came to the United States in 2000 as a refugee after living eight years in Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya. The violence she experienced as a child during the Second Sudanese Civil War (1983-2005) has given her a deep empathy for children and young adults who face similar situations today. She became a U.S. citizen in 2006. Today Rebecca is an international speaker and advocate for women and children who have been traumatized and victimized by war. She is married and has three children. She resides with her family in Michigan.
Chris Fabry is the host of Chris Fabry Live, one hour of spiritual encouragement from his backyard radio fence. The program challenges listeners to think biblically about their spiritual journeys. Chris is also the author of the Christy Award-winning novel Dogwood, June Bug, ECPA Christian Book Award-winner (Fiction) Almost Heaven, Not in the Heart and Borders of the Heart. He and his family live near Tucson, Ariz.
Chris Fabry Live is designed to build up the spiritual immune system of the Christian men and woman. As you walk through the journey of faith called the Christian life, you meet new people, learn new things, laugh, cry and, most importantly, grow in your understanding of God. - Test1