This week, we were able to visit a recovering Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) patient that we recently helped in China - Meng Xiaoxuan. Following is a story and photos compiled from the report sent to us by Alvin, our medical case worker in China. Enjoy this story ... see the impact of our medical missions and your support! "In order to reach her remote village in Guangxi Province, the trip … [Read more...]
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This week, we were able to visit a recovering Congenital Heart Disease patient that we recently helped in China - Meng Xiaoxuan.As you can see, she is recovering very well and getting stronger each day. Check out these photos of her family home and village in a mountainous portion of Guangxi Province in southern China. This is a photo of Xiaoxuan with Alvin, our medical … [Read more...]
Qin Zhi Xiang has been in our care for more than 10 years now. Later this Spring, he will be graduating from college - a significant accomplishment!His older sister, mother, and elderly granny were sick during the years he was in our care and could not help support him.He studied hard during his middle school and high school years which earned him a scholarship to college.Even … [Read more...]
A few weeks ago, we told you about our new work beginning in Myanmar.Today, we have 13 children that we are caring for in our family-based foster care program there.Joseph and his wife have taken these children into their home near Yangon from a war stricken border region in the north of the country.They are now living in a nurturing Christian home, attending school, eating meals … [Read more...]
Several years ago, I was a sponsor for a young girl named Kang Sha. She was found in a rural village near Xi’an, China by one of our workers in 2006. At that time, Sha was thirteen years old, living alone in her uncle’s home and taking care of herself. (My daughter was close to the same age but their lives were very different on opposite sides of the world.) Her mother had died … [Read more...]