Grace In Guam

After the births of her two children on Chuuk in Micronesia, Angie moved to Guam in order to secure a better education for them. Struggling to find steady work and stability, Angie was put in touch with The Salvation Army Family Services Center which gave her and her children a place to stay, in addition to helping her find a job and a permanent home. Currently, Angie is excited to be gainfully employed and finds joy in taking care of her children without worry. Take a look at Angie’s inspiring testimony.

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