The Covid-19 pandemic has created chaos and desperation around the globe, but your intervention through prayer and giving has brought hope to many. We thought you’d like to hear directly from our partners, so we pulled these quotes from their correspondence with us or the live streams we held. Be blessed, knowing you’ve made an impact.
“I can boldly say that without you, my children would be struggling. They would be starving.”
For 40 days now, the village where two of our children’s homes are has been under police control due to a large number of cases of the Corona virus. If anyone is caught stepping outside of their home—even onto their own property—they can be beaten.
We know you care about children like Dolly. Given the opportunity, you would have held her that hot September afternoon and told her how precious she is, that she is made in God’s image.
We’ve made communicating those vital truths pretty easy.
Allan would like to one day be a pilot.
If you’ve ever reached the end of yourself, fatigued from struggle and in need of intervention, keep reading. Following are seven of the lessons we can learn from one situation when Jesus came to the rescue.
Over the years, we’ve collected quite the library of books related to orphan care. Since we know you’re passionate about orphans, but may not have the time to plow through all the resources available, we thought we’d share our absolute favorites with you.
As Lydia fed the children, she came to know them, to learn their names and hear their stories. Soon, she saw that many of the children she was feeding had no home and no parents. Troubled, she turned to friends and family for help.
Just imagine my excitement last Sunday when I woke up to this message from one of our partners in India:
Like many children in Russia, Leeza is stuck in the system—unable to be adopted, yet unwanted by family.
Make room for a miracle.
As you know, we believe that the best way to care for orphans is to support those who care for them daily: those saints who welcome abandoned children into their homes or tirelessly go to state-run facilities to be the hands and feet of Christ to them. Your support of...
While the Coronavirus ravages some communities, it is the emotional toll of separation that is toughest on children who’ve already experienced so much abandonment and neglect.