03 Jul Cynthia Kersey helps girls become ‘unstoppable’
Cynthia Kersey was at a low point in her life. Her marriage had broken up; she was grieving and heartbroken.
To get a fresh perspective, she contacted Millard Fuller, the founder of Habitat for Humanity, whom she had interviewed previously for a book she was writing.
“When you have a great pain in your life, you need a greater purpose,” he told her. Why don’t you build a house for a family in need in Nepal, a place he had just visited, he suggested.
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