In 2010, 13-year-old Ye Jiang Chun was in his village living with grandparents who were in their 70’s. His father had died from cancer two years earlier when Jiang Chun was only 11.His mother left the family, remarried, and moved away to start another family. (This is, unfortunately, a typical scenario for many children who live in poor villages in rural China.)His grandmother suffered … [Read more...]
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So, as we near the end of the year, we are spending time with family and friends enjoying the holidays. Your taxes may not be in the front of your mind - but, perhaps you can take a few steps now to help reduce your tax burden this year and save you some money when you prepare your tax return next year!Reducing your taxable income is one of the most effective ways to lower your taxes, with … [Read more...]
Looking back on 2016 – a year of growth and blessingAs we wrap up another calendar year, we are reminded of how many things have happened and how our mission has grown. And all of this is directly the result of your support for our work – your continued prayers and faithful financial support! It has been an eventful and busy year.So, what all happened this year? Here is a brief … [Read more...]
Newsletter October 2016Update on Recent Medical PatientsLu Yanmao is a one year little girl who we recently provided open heart surgery for in China. She and her family live in a remote mountainous area in western Hunan Province. Her parents are farmers who grow vegetables and some other crops, but their income is not enough to support the whole family. Her father has to search … [Read more...]
Newsletter July 2016NEPAL UPDATE On April 25, 2015, the small mountainous country of Nepal suffered a devastating earthquake that killed more than 8,000 people and injured more than 21,000. It was centered west of the capital city of Kathmandu and even triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest and numerous valleys around the country. Hundreds of thousands of people were … [Read more...]