ABOUT CORNERSTONE CHILDREN'S HOME
In 2005 when Pastor Juma John resettled with his church into the town of Nimule from a refugee camp in Uganda,
homeless children came to him looking for help. Some had lost their parents in the war or by disease,
some had been abandoned, some had been the victims of abuse.
Responding with the compassion of Christ, his church took them in, initially providing a weekend feeding program.
This eventually developed into a residential program. From the beginning,
Fulaa Lifeline worked alongside the church to help in this effort.
Cornerstone Children's Home is the result of that church-based effort to care for the needy children of Nimule
and now Uganda. Today more than 60 children are housed, fed and nurtured in a
loving Christian environment in the new location outside of Adjumani Uganda.
We are in need of a new permanent home as the conditions although good for
refugees in another country is still in great need.
Pastor Juma John oversees the workings of Fulaa and Pastor
Abdallah Richard Martin is the Children's Home director.
Nursery through Primary 6 school is
on-site for the children.
Please visit our
Photo Gallery to get an idea of an ordinary day for the children
I WILL SING OF YOUR
STRENGTH, IN THE MORNING
I WILL SING OF YOUR LOVE;
FOR YOU ARE MY FORTRESS
MY REFUGE IN TIMES OF TROUBLE