I’ve never doubted the power of a story. But when a story comes along that is so compelling, so gripping and so moving I can’t help but share it.

I can’t imagine the pain, suffering, trauma that the invisible children of Uganda have been through. But to see an organisation be formed to be a change agent that not only tells the children’s stories, but also advocates for change blew me away.

The video below is a testimony about one man’s life about his involvement with this movement and his sacrifice. Warning: You will need a box of tissues at the ready. I wish I had when I watched it.

You can help make a difference at Invisible Children. Or go and donate some cash here

R.I.P. Nate Henn // 1985 – 2010