“You’re Not Alone, Sister!”
CARING FOR MIGRANT MOMS AND NEWBORNS IN EASTERN EUROPE “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these . . . you did for me’” (Matt. 25:40). Faith’s Story Faith is a seamstress in our capital city. When her partner discovered she was expecting, he left her. In despair, she […]
Once Kidnapped. Now Free.
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Stories from the Field – CAMA Orphan Project
Ngoc* contracted the HIV virus during childbirth. Everyone is afraid to have close contact with her. She &often asks why people hate her & her mother.She wishes that her extended family & sister would play with her.
UPDATE: Ina-Inakay, one of our recent mission projects
Where are you now with the farm land for ladies released from prison and in need of a safe home? Is the place liveable?” A great question with a solid answer! “We’re on the way now to making it a welcoming and loving home!” We’ve set up temporary housing in bamboo prefab houses and bathrooms now with sinks and a kitchen. Our first lady arrives at our new site within a few weeks.