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MCF MEDICAL MISSIONS TEAM 2017

Team Furahisha (means to “refresh” or “make glad” in Swahili)

To follow the Team’s progress and see their photos check out their blog.


MULLY IN THEATRES  October 4 & 12th, 2017

in 67 Theatres across Canada

Mully Movie

MULLY MOVIE WINS AWARDS!

Director Scott Haze chronicles the remarkable life of Charles Mully. A man revered as “Father to the Fatherless,” Mully is a one time Kenyan business tycoon turned founder of Mully Children’s Family, the largest children’s rescue, rehabilitation and development organization in Africa.

Bentonville Film Festival 2017

Won
Man in the Mirror Award
Director
Scott Haze

Playhouse West Film Festival~ Los Angeles 2017

Won
Best Picture
Director
Scott Haze

Austin Film Festival 2015

Won
Audience Award
Documentary Feature
Scott Haze

Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival 2016

Nominated
Audience Award
Top 20 Audience Favorites
Scott Haze

Virginia Film Festival 2015

Won
Programmer’s Choice Award
Best Documentary Feature
Scott Haze

Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival 2016

Won
Grand Jury Prize
Best Feature Film
Scott Haze

THANK YOU ROSENORT PUBLIC SCHOOL ISCF, MANITOBA!!!!

Rosenort ISCF (Inner-School Christian Fellowship) held a 30 Hour Fast in support of Mully Children’s Family!

ISCF students were responsible for the entire event and it was an absolute success.

Students began fasting at midnight on April 28th. They attended school that day and at lunch time they saw a Tim Hawkins video to entertain and to keep their minds off food. They upheld each other in their discomfort while they watched students not participating in the fast eating their lunch.

At 7:00 pm on Friday, they met at a local church. A number of them played instruments and led in a worship service. Their willingness to serve was an encouragement to all. They showed a short video of the Mully Children’s Family Foundation and then a feature movie, I Am Not Ashamed, the Rachel Scott story. The movie provided the participants with an opportunity to consider their relationship with Jesus and the legacy they wish to leave behind. Many students made personal commitments to living an impactful life.

A wonderful mom in our community provided breakfast for the students at 6:00 am Saturday morning of breakfast burritos and cinnamon buns (baked at the church!!).

In addition, students have used the sustainability program developed by the Mully Foundation in science classes as examples of positive climate change and sustainability.

“Students at Rosenort School have a generous spirit. They are willing to take the time and put in the effort to find ways to help others out. When students are empowered to provide leadership and encouragement within the school, the rest of the student body quickly rallies behind the leaders.” – Scharfenberg ISCF Faculty Leader

The Rosenort School ISCF Executive is dedicated to providing spiritual leadership to their peers in grades 7 -12 through daily devotions before school and planning the 30 Hr Fast. 


COUNTERING THE DROUGHT SITUATION


Dr. Kairo was a young orphan who came through Mully Children’s Family Kenya and is now a doctor paying it forward for other children in Kenya. Listen to his story here.



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LIVING TRUTH is Canada’s longest running nation wide church broadcast (43 years) and it emphasizes the unchanging message of God’s truth and how it interacts with people in today’s living world.

We, at MCF Canada are thrilled to have LIVING TRUTH feature a 3 week telethon entitled Faith, Hope and Love-Living Truth in Kenya.

The goal is to raise funds for the new Mully International University. We invite you to watch this 3 part series. Each program is 1 hour and filmed on site at MCF in Kenya.


Dr. Mully Interview with Brian Stann


From orphan to Kenyan philanthropist

Once an abandoned child, now a successful businessman, Charles Mulli is giving back by providing orphans a better life.