Several months ago, we shared with you the news that we would be moving out of our building in Luxi, China that we have come to know as Refuge of Grace Care center. Now, after our children have completed the school year and we have exhausted all our options in hopes of not moving or even relocating to an alternative local facility to house our children, we have vacated the RGCC building that we … [Read more...]
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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...]
A few weeks ago, as the Chinese New Year festival was beginning, we were notified by local officials in Luxi that we would be required to vacate our Refuge of Grace Care Center there. This came as quite a surprise to us - because we have been working for several months with officials in the provincial capital of Nanchang to gain registration for RGCC - building on what we now have for our … [Read more...]
In late 2010, one of our workers in China found Hu Peng, a young girl abandoned by her parents and living with her grandfather. She came to live in the Refuge of Grace Christian Care Center in early 2011. Today she is 18-years-old and a senior in high school.Her background was heartbreaking – her father died when she was only five and her mother left the family to remarry and start another … [Read more...]
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...]