Tag Archives: children

Kids at Risk

Kids at Risk

Posted on 09. Mar, 2010 by .

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Months back we visited Elpis School in Maesot. We told you a little about it, but only being there a few hours we didn’t have the full story to tell you. Yesterday I ran across this letter, written by one of the Filipino missionaries that run the school. It gives a more thorough picture of what they’re up against…

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The Sound of Singing

The Sound of Singing

Posted on 13. Jan, 2010 by .

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Dad asked us to hear some Thai children singing. Here are some videos for you to enjoy from Home of Hope and a school for the blind…

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Finding a Home for Hope

Finding a Home for Hope

Posted on 19. Aug, 2009 by .

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Recently, we went to Mae Sot, a city along the Thai-Burmese border where we visited Home of Hope Orphanage. It’s a wonderful ministry caring for kids who are at-risk. They care for 18 kids. They could help more but… They need a new building. This is the video I produced to help them raise money to do just that.

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Food Friday: Rice and a Little Piece of Meat

Food Friday: Rice and a Little Piece of Meat

Posted on 26. Jun, 2009 by .

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Monday evening, we arrived in Mae Sot- a city on the Thailand/Myanmar (Burma) border. Our time here has been jam-packed with learning about the trials of the people in the area and the ministries to reach out to them. Behind the Mae Sot Foursquare Church is a school for migrant children. At first glance, you wouldn’t recognize it as a school.

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God’s Work in Bangkok

God’s Work in Bangkok

Posted on 05. Feb, 2009 by .

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While we certainly learn about Thailand from reading books, the most valuable information comes from people who live there, and work where we’ll be working….

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