26 min

Joseph Kamara – on growing up in poverty, managing disaster relief in East Africa, and the discovery that Christianity isn’t boring‪.‬ The Joseph Network

    • Christianity

When Joseph was a child in Uganda, anyone in his village with a bicycle was considered middle-class, and the one with a car was unimaginably wealthy. Today Joseph works with World Vision in East Africa, where he is responsible for nine countries and millions of dollars in aid funds. In this podcast Joseph describes how he first wanted to work against poverty, how he became a Christian, and how an Anglican bishop gave him his first job despite being told that “you’re a Pentecostal!”

When Joseph was a child in Uganda, anyone in his village with a bicycle was considered middle-class, and the one with a car was unimaginably wealthy. Today Joseph works with World Vision in East Africa, where he is responsible for nine countries and millions of dollars in aid funds. In this podcast Joseph describes how he first wanted to work against poverty, how he became a Christian, and how an Anglican bishop gave him his first job despite being told that “you’re a Pentecostal!”

26 min