"Say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, do not fear; your God will come, He will come with vengeance; with divine retribution He will come to save you.”Isaiah 35:4
What does "A Perfect Injustice" Mean?
We at A Perfect Injustice believe that any child abused, abandoned or suffering is a perfect example of injustice. We know that we serve a God of justice, as Amos 5:24 reads: "But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never failing stream!
A Perfect Injustice believes that abandoned, abused, suffering and street children are a perfect example of injustice and that every child deserves to be loved and safe. There is a saying in Uganda that, “Prevention is Better Than Cure”, meaning that it is better to prevent a disease than to have to find a cure for it later. For traumatised children, we also believe that prevention is better than cure. We are passionate about equipping vulnerable families to care for themselves and their children. There is no one who will love a child like their parents and no one else better placed to care for their unique needs. In Uganda, poverty, alcoholism and violence are strong stresses within households. It is our goal to help families find the ultimate solution to their problems- Christ! As well as equipping them with skills that will allow them to thrive! We also believe in resettling children with their biological families when separation has occurred and supporting such children so that they can continue to thrive at home. A Perfect Injustice provides long-term care for many children who have been resettled with biological families or foster parents. A Perfect Injustice believes that only salvation and a truly transformed heart and mind comes from Christ. He is therefore at the center of all that we do and all the programs that we offer, it is all through and because of Him that we serve the people that we do.
Meet the Founders of API:
David and Abigail Kakeeto, are the founders of A Perfect Injustice. They are passionate about showing and teaching the love of Christ to those hurting in Uganda. They have been humbled to see the many, miraculous ways that God has led them and their ministry over the years.