Starting at a young age, Lochani saw her father beat her mother, Ayomi, for going to church or not doing exactly what he said. Now, after the fire, he angrily beat 5-year-old Lochani whenever he saw her, believing she was the cause of their devastation. Eventually, Lochani’s father sent her and her mother away… Life was a struggle for Lochani. She was scared and confused. She had no interest in school and dropped out in the sixth grade. However, staying at home with her mother was not much better. Ayomi rarely let her go out, fearful she would lose Lochani or her father would find her and beat her. Stuck at home, the young girl had to deal with her mother’s sudden mood swings. One moment, Ayomi would be angry and beat her daughter, the next she would be gentle, loving and say kind things to her. Eventually, Ayomi sent Lochani to stay with her grandparents, where she lived for 11 years… Finding Freedom on Facebook
One day, while browsing on the internet, Lochani came across a video message by a Christian pastor. She curiously watched the message, but some of what she heard did not make sense to her. Wanting to learn more and find the truth, she searched for a pastor in her area whom she could speak to. It was in this search that she stumbled across GFA-supported pastor Pamu’s information on Facebook. After talking with him on the phone, Lochani decided she would visit his church the following Sunday…
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