Updated: Aug 14
"From everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, even more will be expected."
Welcome to The Adoption & Foster Care Journey (formerly Orphans No More) - a podcast to encourage, educate and equip you to care for children in crisis through adoption, foster care and kinship care.
This is the 4th and last episode of our Dad Series for the month of June where we have been featuring adoptive and foster dads.
On today’s show we are thrilled to bring you our conversation with foster and adoptive dad, Peter Mutabazi. Born in Uganda, Peter survived on the streets of Kampala as a kid until one man saw potential in him. Since then, Peter has served as a relief coordinator during the Rwandan genocide, worked for the Red Cross, World Vision, and Compassion International.
After becoming a U.S. citizen, Peter learned he could also be a foster parent. Today, he’s fostered countless children and is a single adoptive parent. Peter is also author of the of the soon to be released book, Now I Am Known—How a Street Kid Turned Foster Dad Found Acceptance and True Worth.
Listen in as Peter shares his foster and adoptive parenting journey and offers advice to fellow dads. Find Episode 331 HERE.
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Links mentioned in this episode:
@Peter Mutabazi (FB)