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This limited edition book is a Millard Fuller classic. Published in 1977, many say it is their favorite. After the Fullers turned their back on a fortune, they developed a thriving affordable housing ministry in southwest Georgia followed by launching similar work in Africa. The rich stories within Bokotola tell how the Fuller's work evolved remarkably into Habitat for Humanity. Those same Biblically-based foundational principals are now the basis of The Fuller Center for Housing.
Bokotola (pronounced Bo-ko-to-la) was the name of a wide section of land in the country of Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo) that had been used to separate westerners from Africans. Before independence from Belgium in the early 1960s, Colonialist Europeans called it "the health strip." The local indigenous folk called it "Bokotola" meaning "people who don't care for others."
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