The Mwangaza Children's Choir of Uganda, with children from various challenging backgrounds, toured the Creation Museum this week. Uganda is in east-central Africa and it's a nation has seen some difficult times over the past 40 years or so, especially under the brutal dictatorship of Idi Amin in the 1970s.
The Mwangaza Choir is made up of children ages 8–12, and is an outreach of Africa Renewal Ministries. The children present songs and dances that help share a message of hope in Christ. At the same time, the choir raises awareness of the need to build more churches, schools, orphanages, hospitals, etc. in that needy part of the world. (By the way, Mwangaza is the Swahili word for "shining light.")
This photo of the entire group was taken at the museum's special Foto FX area inside the Creation Museum.
Find out more at: www.MwangazaChoir.org
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