Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Rebecca St. James narrates MotherIndia documentary about orphans in India


Childhood in India

When I was very young, my family moved to India for three years when my father was stationed at the embassy. I still have childhood memories of passing beggars on the streets of India.

A few years after college, I returned to India for a month which is when I became even more aware of the children who roamed the streets of India and Nepal, begging for money.

Now a new documentary seeks to shed light on the life of orphans in India.

Rebecca St. James narrates MotherIndia documentary about orphans in India

Australian Christian pop rock singer, songwriter, musician, author, and actor Rebecca St. James provides the narration for a new documentary about 25 of the more than 31 million orphans living in India in the film "Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan." A spokesperson for Compassion International as well as Nashville resident, Rebecca is a natural spokesperson for at-risk children.

Article at: Rebecca St. James narrates MotherIndia documentary about orphans in India - Nashville Gospel Music & Entertainment Examiner 

Mother India DVDAlso see:  

'Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan' Narrated by Rebecca St. James

A new documentary, "Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan," released April 23, 2013. Narrated by Christian artist Rebecca St. James, the documentary follows 25 orphans who live on the streets of India.
Read more: 'Mother India: Life Through the Eyes of the Orphan' Narrated by Rebecca St. James






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