We have some very good news to share with you about our Refuge of Grace Care Center. A few weeks ago we told you we were being required to move out of the current facility in May.Thanks to the intervention and kindness of the Jiangxi provincial authorities in Nanchang, the children will be allowed to stay in the center until the end of this school year. This is a tremendous relief as it allows … [Read more...]
China - Agape Asia Foundation
Agape Asia currently supports five orphanages in China. Each orphanage is able to provide basic care services for just $35 per month or just three dollars ($3) a day per child.
Hopefully you have been following our Facebook and email updates on Wan ZhenZhen's medical condition. She had heart bypass surgery on March 18 in Wuhan, China, and is recovering in ICU. She developed an infection and fever immediately following surgery, but appears to be over it. Her doctors are providing great care for her.We have started a daily collective prayer around the globe for her - … [Read more...]
Last month we shared with you the news about having to move from our Refuge of Grace Care Center in Luxi, China. Since then, we have been given a date of May 13 as the date we must vacate the facility. This timing is a major problem as our children's preparation for year end testing (including both the college and high school entrance exams) is at risk. And, even more troubling, construction … [Read more...]
Surgery soon in Wuhan, ChinaSince our last post, ZhenZhen has arrived in Wuhan and is now being evaluated by a wonderful team of cardiologists and various other specialists. They are trying to determine what steps, if any, can be taken to improve her deteriorating heart condition.ZhenZhen in her Wuhan hospital roomFrom the time she was abandoned in a hospital by her mother at 4 years … [Read more...]
A Story of Hope, Defying the OddsWe were visiting a hospital in Zhengzhou, Henan in April 2004 when a surgeon told us about a four-year-old girl who had been abandoned by her mother in the hospital lobby. Her name was Wang Zhen Zhen ("Jen Jen"). Her mother and a motorcycle taxi had brought her to the hospital because she had a stroke. Her mother and the taxi driver were never seen again, and … [Read more...]