by Alvin On the day of the visit, we were misled by the GPS, but we successfully arrived at our destination – Yangyang’s home in a remote part of Guangxi Province. Thanks to the central government policies to improve the transportation in the countryside across, vehicles are now able to access nearly every village in every corner in rural areas.The one-story house was located at the … [Read more...]
Medical Missions - Agape Asia
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Hopefully you have been following our Facebook and email updates on Wang ZhenZhen! Now, we have some great news.She was discharged a few days ago and is now back at our Neil Taylor Care Center in Rongshui, China.She is still having some difficulty walking, but her breathing and circulation are vastly improved and her prognosis for the future is very good.Thanks to all of you who prayed for … [Read more...]
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...]
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...]