We Walked The Kokoda Track to Get To City Mission
My life was not good. I was afraid I was going to go to prison or get killed. Although I had an education I had no job and nothing to do but make homebrew and get in trouble. One day I read in the newspaper about City Mission and how they helped boys like me to change their lives. I told my parents I was going to City Mission and they encouraged me. My brother and some friends decided to go with me.. We had to walk for three days over the Kokoda Track with very little food. It was hard, but we were determined to change your lives. We were all accepted into the program. While in the program I accepted God into my life and He changed me too. I was hired by City Mission to work in the Koki Dorm as maintenance and security. I am thankful to God and City Mission that my life has changed.
City Mission - Papua New Guinea
Andi Auti, New Life Skills Training Centre Graduate