There are 60 million vulnerable children in South-East Asia.

Join us on a journey with one of these children.

As you go through this journey, put yourself in her shoes…

Imagine you are the child going on this journey, embrace the feelings, and reflect on the questions.

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There are 60 million vulnerable children in South-East Asia.

Join us on a journey with one of these children.

As you go through this journey, put yourself in her shoes…

Imagine you are the child going on this journey, embrace the feelings, and reflect on the questions.

If music isn’t already playing, press the PLAY button below and slowly scroll through your journey.

Xiao Yang was born in Rongshui, China.

Her parents had married just a year before and they were excited to welcome a new child into their growing family. Xiao Yang quickly became the precious focus of this young family.

Putting yourself in Xiao Yang’s shoes, what about your situation would make you feel safe and loved?

Xiao Yang was born in Rongshui, China.

Her parents had married just a year before and they were excited to welcome a new child into their growing family. Xiao Yang quickly became the precious focus of this young family.

Putting yourself in Xiao Yang’s shoes, what about your situation would make you feel safe and loved?

Xiao Yang had a loving family, but her father couldn’t find a good job. No matter how hard her father worked they were stuck in poverty.

The family lived in this house in the outskirts of Rongshui. They had no electricity or water and her bed was beside the pig sty.

What things would you not have if you grew up in this situation?

What mixed emotions would you have about your future?

Xiao Yang had a loving family, but her father couldn’t find a good job. No matter how hard her father worked they were stuck in poverty.

The family lived in this house in the outskirts of Rongshui. They had no electricity or water and her bed was beside the pig sty.

What things would you not have if you grew up in this situation?

What mixed emotions would you have about your future?

Within a few years Xiao Yang’s family fell apart.

Her father gave up and left the family, then her mother passed away of illness. With no family to take care of Yang, she was facing a life of loneliness, neglect, and hopelessness.

Where would you go in this situation?

How would you survive or face the future?

Within a few years Xiao Yang’s family fell apart.

Her father gave up and left the family, then her mother passed away of illness. With no family to take care of Yang, she was facing a life of loneliness, neglect, and hopelessness.

Where would you go in this situation?

How would you survive or face the future?

When one of Agape Asia’s directors learned about Xiao Yang, he came to visit.

He invited her to come live at a nearby Care Center. Xiao Yang heard that it would be like a new, big family and she would have the chance to go to school.

How would you feel about this director?

How would you feel about a mysterious opportunity for a new life?

When one of Agape Asia’s directors learned about Xiao Yang, he came to visit.

He invited her to come live at a nearby Care Center. Xiao Yang heard that it would be like a new, big family and she would have the chance to go to school.

How would you feel about this director?

How would you feel about a mysterious opportunity for a new life?

Xiao Yang soon moved to the Neil Taylor Care Center and was connected with a monthly sponsor in the US.

As a result of that sponsorship, Xiao Yang found a new family, resumed her studies, and began learning about someone named Jesus. She was welcomed by loving, adult directors and other children who became her new family.

Looking back on your journey how would you feel about this new family? About this new life?

Xiao Yang soon moved to the Neil Taylor Care Center and was connected with a monthly sponsor in the US.

As a result of that sponsorship, Xiao Yang found a new family, resumed her studies, and began learning about someone named Jesus. She was welcomed by loving, adult directors and other children who became her new family.

Looking back on your journey how would you feel about this new family? About this new life?

Over the years, Xiao Yang and her sponsor kept in touch.

Here is a short letter from Xiao Yang to her sponsor.

What kind of impact has this sponsor had on Xiao Yang’s life?

How does Xiao Yang feel about her sponsor?

Over the years, Xiao Yang and her sponsor kept in touch.

Here is a short letter from Xiao Yang to her sponsor.

What kind of impact has this sponsor had on Xiao Yang’s life?

How does Xiao Yang feel about her sponsor?

These are the heroes who made this possible.

An ordinary couple in the US committed to sharing a small part of their time and money to change the life of a child on the other side of the world. Why? Because love goes the distance.

There are 60,000,000 children like Xiao Yang in Asia. Do you think she feels like a forgotten statistic or a loved individual?

How would Xiao Yang’s life have been different without Agape Asia and her sponsors?

These are the heroes who made this possible.

An ordinary couple in the US committed to sharing a small part of their time and money to change the life of a child on the other side of the world. Why? Because love goes the distance.

There are 60,000,000 children like Xiao Yang in Asia. Do you think she feels like a forgotten statistic or a loved individual?

How would Xiao Yang’s life have been different without Agape Asia and her sponsors?

So, what now?

Pray.
Take a moment right now – ask God to convict you and guide you in ways towards making a positive impact.

Read.
What should we do in the face of enormous physical and spiritual challenges in Asia? Reading “Something Needs to Change” by David Platt is a great way to wrap your head and heart around stories & issues like this.

Write a letter.
Try writing a letter to Xiao Yang or a child like her. Use our online letter form, enter Xiao Yang’s name, and write a simple note of encouragement and hope.

Sponsor a child now.
Visit our sponsorship page, find a child whose life you’d like to change and begin today.

Support our mission.
Donate to Agape Asia so we can help more children like Xiao Yang.

Learn more.
Learn about other ways to help and get involved in our mission.

So, what now?

Pray.
Take a moment right now – ask God to convict you and guide you in ways towards making a positive impact.

Read.
How should we respond to enormous physical & spiritual needs in Asia? “Something Needs to Change” by David Platt is a great resource to wrestle with this issue.

Write a letter.
Try writing a letter to Xiao Yang or a child like her. Use our online letter form, enter Xiao Yang’s name, and write a simple note of encouragement and hope.

Sponsor a child now.
Visit our sponsorship page, find a child whose life you’d like to change and begin today.