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"I just watched the most amazing documentary telling the story of how one man is changing the lives of thousands of abandoned and abused children across Africa. The story begins by recounting how Charles Mully overcame a life of poverty to become one of the riches men in Kenya and then to walk away from his success to answer God’s call to help the least of these. Mully Children’s Family has rescued and restored over 18,000 children.

This is not your typical rags to riches story.

The Mully Movie is authentic, moving, and uplifting! A definite must see! Watch it for Free at www.mullymovie.com"

 

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"You will be shocked and touched by this incredible man and his story."

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"It took one man taking God at His word that nothing is impossible."

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