When Chrissie Chapman moved to Burundi in 1990 to open a maternity clinic, she wasn’t expecting to stay more than a couple of years. Twenty-five years later she recounts her remarkable experiences of God’s guidance and provision. Through years of civil war, when most expatriates left, Chrissie stayed. After a powerful encounter with God, when she saw the protection of angels at her mountain clinic, she was then led into work with orphans caught up in the crisis. In addition to adopting three children herself, Chrissies opened a home for abanadoned banies, which became CRIP (Children Rescued in Burundi).