Point of View welcomes Cindy Cunningham, founder of Village of Hope Uganda Ministries and Rose Aber who is currently in Dallas from Kenya. They share their story of how God caused their paths to cross and how He is using Village of Hope Uganda to make a difference in the lives of war orphans.
In the second hour we hear from Watchdog.org’s, M.D. Kittle. He tells about a new “rogue agency” called the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), created under the Obama administration which has collected nearly 1 billion U.S. credit card records without consumer consent.
In 2006 Cindy took a trip to Africa which would forever change her life. She visited: Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan and Uganda, and was haunted by the devastation that war, HIV/aids and poverty can have on people, especially the innocent and helpless…the children! She returned to the US asking the question we all ask ourselves: “God, what can I do?” Village of Hope was birthed out of her broken heart and compassion for the people of Africa.
Cindy resides in Dallas, Texas where she organizes and oversees Village of Hope Uganda and is committed to raising funds and awareness for orphans and widows in Africa.
In February of 2007 World Vision wanted to relocate Rose to another area, but Rose told them she could not leave the children and resigned from her position. Since March 1, 2007, Rose has been working with Village of Hope. She is a huge asset to the work in Gulu. Her responsibilities consist of registering the organization with the government, buying land, overseeing all the building, hiring and logistics of getting the Village ready to move the children into.
His special investigation into a politically charged John Doe probe, “Wisconsin’s Secret War,” was the basis of a 2014 documentary on Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze. Kittle has made several appearances on Fox News, including “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. He serves as weekly politics commentator for Lake 96.1 FM in Lake Geneva, and WRJN-AM 1400 in Racine. His resume includes multiple awards for journalism excellence from The Associated Press, Inland Press, Wisconsin Broadcast Association and other journalism associations.