Fatherless

Over 200,000 fatherless boys, teens, and young adult males live on the streets in gang-led communities in Kenyan cities

Homeless youth gangs (above) are only the tip of Satan’s spear thrust into the hearts of all Sub-saharan African children who grow up in Dad-deprived homes. Each family member is being strangled by the ancient, insidious Tribal Code, which shames a Father into never learning or speaking their child’s name-nor investing, playing with, or training their own offspring. Measured by large increases in single-parent households, the pandemic of fatherlessness has been expanding worldwide since the mid 20th Century. Its acceleration has been caused by several factors. In developing nations, Tribalism–in its several forms–has forced–a fear-based chasm between fathers and their own children. See the paragraph below for detail.

The accelerator to Dad-deprivation today is made worse by a combination of arrogant political and faith-based initiatives–which have turned billions of US Dollars of investment towards girl-women only benefits. The Gender-Equality policies mandated by the United Nations, was no crime in themselves. However, the punitive implementation by the US Government (Obama), and Leftist Billionaire-funded NGOs, mandated that the newly developed Ministry of Gender Affairs in Kenya kowtow to grant directives that punished males while making massive investments into females. Today they continue to over-fund girls’ and women’s needs, education programs, business grants, and properties while purposefully defunding anything that might benefit any male of any age. This prejudice-based injustice has led to the current Kenyan crises of:

  • Husband and wife homicides
  • Primary through High School boy dropouts
  • 40% unemployment in males 18-35
  • A sharp drop in marriage due to the fear-based choice of men to remain single
  • A  sharp rise in alcoholism, drug abuse, and suicide in both male youth and adults
  • Malaise, rage, and hopeless despair of males of all ages across Kenya

As supported by the data below, children from fatherless homes are more likely to be poor, become involved in drug and alcohol abuse, drop out of school, and suffer from health and emotional problems. Boys are more likely to become involved in crime, and girls are more likely to become pregnant as teens. In addition, the “sins of the fathers” are still being passed on into the 3rd and 4th generations.

Rough estimates are that–with the median age of most African countries ranging between 15-17 years, half of the 1.4 billion people in Africa–or 700 million–are children whom their father will not acknowledge, gain eye contact, nor interact with. If a man ever shows tender, “feminine” love and affection, the man and his family is ostracized by other men and women. The weapon of social shame effectively banishes from social, religious, or business enterprise. For Tribal Africa, the Father-Wound is practically universal. This practiced disengagement multiplies the pain and suffering caused by a 500% population growth per family–from generation to generation!

The Divine Antidote

It was a miraculous surprise to us all: The Wives’ Survey results showed that when their husband completed the Warrior course, he was not only spiritually awakened, but the healing of their own heart-torn father-wound also broke the fear and control of the Tribe itself! Their experience of identifying with Gideon (Judges 6-8), and being adopted by Father-God, throws open the doors of their hearts to truly love, provide for, and cherish their wife and children!

The Book of Malachi ends by speaking to the nature of this world in the End Times. . .

And He (God) shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers . . .Malachi 4:6

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