Do you believe in miracles? I do after interviewing this amazing man.
First disease tried to kill him and it didn’t succeed. Man had a go and failed miserably. Mother nature gave it her best shot and she failed too.
He was pronounced clinically dead three times and three times he beat the odds.
Dennis is a philanthropist and a humanitarian. He has been spending more than 14 years working and saving thousands of underprivileged people in PNG.
After listening to Dennis’ story I absolutely have no doubt that miracles do happen. He’s living proof. What an incredible human being! His story will blow you away.
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Married young. Divorced. Married again. Abandoned. Bankrupt. And that’s just the beginning…
Megan’s story is about survival, resilience and a wonderful human spirit.
She has a heart of gold. She had gone through 2 broken marriages. She raised six children on her own. She was left with a huge debt and went through bankruptcy. She quit her job and literally turned rubbish into great treasures. She now helps and feeds hundreds of underprivileged people in PNG by teaching them how to weave purses, handbags, bracelets out of rubbish.
She’s truly an amazing woman and I am glad to have her as a friend. You can connect with her on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/junk4u2day