A theological reflection on WWR’s work in Nepal

Dislocated Christians

Women Without Roofs (WWR) is the charity I set up and run in Nepal that helps vulnerable and abandoned women there by paying for rent and medical bills.  We also run a small women’s home and pay for children’s education.

Given that theological reflection occurs as we engage with the world, then this has certainly been the case with WWR.  As we have tried to help the women, we have had to consider what we are trying to achieve, this has led us to formulate a biblical vision for our work.  We have expressed this by stating that these vulnerable, damaged and abused women should experience from us all the fruit of the spirit and in turn show those to the people around them.  Our vision for them is not limited to seeing them become productive members of society, contributing to the local economy, as other secular NGOs might envision…

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