Mully Movie Viewer Kit
Join your community in sharing the Mully movie, the true story of Charles Mully, a Kenyan man who rose from poverty to become a multimillionaire. At the height of his career, Mully gave up everything to return to the streets, rescuing more than 12,000 orphans and restoring their hope for a future. Use these downloadable resources to enhance your viewing experience and discover how Mully’s story will transform your life:
- Viewer Reflections
- Deepen your connection with the themes of the Mully movie.
- How You Can Respond Through Ministry Opportunities
- Investigate actions you can take to impact poverty.
- What It Means . . . An Exploration of Discipleship
- Explore the core aspects of discipleship with this six-week devotional book.
- Social Media for What It Means . . . An Exploration of Discipleship
- Use these pre-planned social media posts to share what you are learning about discipleship
Please note this kit includes resources for people who have seen the movie, not the movie itself. For more information on how to view the movie, visit catalystresourcegroup.com/mully.
All the resources in this kit are digital. If you have questions about how to access the contents of your kit, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions.
|Artisan||Mully Children’s Family|
About this Artisan
Mully Children’s Family
Mully Children’s Family (MCF) created Yatta Vocational Training Centre to restore young women broken by exploitation. Each year, the training center rescues approximately 100 victims. When they come to the training center, they are taught vocational skills, computer training, family care, and are discipled in developing lives with eternal hope.
Young women like Felister Mwikali are taught beadwork, dress making, and design. Felister came to the center after being abused by a man who lured her out of her village with promises of a better life. However, he threw her out of his home when she became pregnant. Upon returning to her family, she was treated with disdain due to her pregnancy, and she was not allowed to attend school.
Because of the help of MCF’s training center, Felister has been able to save money and plans to start her own business.
Through their partnership with WorldCrafts, artisans at MCF’s Yatta Vocational Training Centre will receive a fair wage for creating beautiful handcrafts. Each of these young women’s dignity is being restored as they learn their own great worth.