Father to Nobody's Children
Christian Literature Crusade, 1995 - 134 pages
The story of Thomas Barnado, hero to destitute and homeless of London's notorious East End. In 30 years he and his co-workers rescued 60,000 children from the streets, caring for them in rural orphanages and by the novel means known today as foster parenting. An engaging book.
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Chapter Page 1 Sir May I Stay?
A Man Called by God
Thrust into the Limelight
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