Sam Childers is HONORED with the
Mother Teresa Award for International
Social Justice in Mumbai - India
MUMBAI, India --"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other” - Mother Teresa. This famous quote holds true in today’s times where communal conflicts and societal issues are challenging human advancement. On October 27, 2013, the Harmony Foundation honored Sam Childers for rescuing children in a war-zone with the prestigious Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice at a ceremony which was held at The Leela Hotel in Mumbai, India.
“This award belongs to the thousands of children in war-struck Sudan, and in many other parts of the world, who live a daily life with the constant fear and threat of attacks. I thank the Harmony Foundation for this honor.” ~ Sam Childers in Mumbai
SAM CHILDERS IS INTERVIEWED BY KEVIN EVANS
FORMER outlaw motorcycle riding bad boy Sam Childers, aka the Machine Gun Preacher, is on a world tour for 2020 speaking in countries around the world - Childers wants to raise awareness of what's happening in South Sudan at the moment.
In 1998, Childers saw the body of a child - torn apart by a landmine - that lay in the burnt grass of Sudan.
Sam recalls that he stood over that child's body and said: "God, I'll do anything within my power to help these people."
Little did he know at the time, that would be the start of an incredible journey to saving thousands of children's lives in South Sudan and Northern Uganda.
WHAT'S SAM CHILDERS DOING TODAY TO HELP THE CHILDREN OF EAST AFRICA?
Sam shows us what's happening today with many projects that his organisation has started in East Africa