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This week’s update is from one of our homes in Bangalore, India. Morong, the house father, gave the following information regarding his children’s home and how it has been affected by Covid-19:

One of the most difficult things about this Corona virus season for Morong is that he traveled to his hometown in India’s northeast prior to the shut-down, so he has not been allowed to travel back to Bangalore. He misses his family and regrets that his wife is having to care for all of the children alone for so long under such stressful circumstances.

He is also disappointed that The Boaz Project’s house parent training, which was scheduled for March, had to be canceled. He misses the instruction, as well as the fellowship with other house parents.

On the other hand, he acknowledges that the shut down has allowed him additional time to spend in prayer and Bible study. “Psalm 91 has been my passage throughout this quarantine. I use it to preach, to read, to talk to my children on a video call. It encourages us that God is our strength and protection.”

His wife chimed in, saying that she has told the children, “The whole world is shut down right now, but nothing can shut down our prayers!”

Morong concluded with his gratitude for your support in this difficult time. He said, “Without The Boaz Project, our children would not survive. I can boldly say that without you, my children would be struggling. They would be starving.”

Thank you for your prayers and support which sustain all of our children’s homes.

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Believing in miracles,
April Jurgensen

 

 

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