During the past few months, we have started providing care for dozens of new children in Myanmar. These children are being cared for by loving Christian families in their own homes in various villages around the large city of Yangon.Ranging in family size from 2 to 20, this foster care program provides each of these children with family relationships and nurture they need to develop.So … [Read more...]
Read about our work to care for children who have been orphaned or destitute as a result of the ethnic civil wars taking place along the borders in this country. Hundreds of families lost one or both parents and the children have been displaced around the country and most located in the capital of Yangon.
Thanks to your kindness and generosity, we were able to provide more than $5,000 in Coronavirus relief over the past several weeks - and over $10,000 since the pandemic began in China. As long as countries are locked down and day laborers are not able to work, the poor and impoverished will continue to go without.In India the virus is becoming more intense and a large portion of their … [Read more...]
We have been bombarded with so many messages over the past few weeks about COVID-19 that maybe you have become a little numb ... or maybe we call it adjusting to a new routine. Yesterday, I had a conversation with one of our long time child sponsors that really opened my eyes to how love continues through this time of "social distancing" and quarantine - let me share it with you.A sponsor … [Read more...]
We recently received the following update along with these photos from Joseph, one of our foster care providers in Myanmar."It is a great blessing for us to have you and to be able to work with you for God's glory by caring for these children in Myanmar.All the children are getting healthy and become stronger by God's grace and they are joyful to learn many new things since moving to … [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...]