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Posted on Friday, January 05, 2018 by Amy Seale
Sister Edith and the children of San José Orphanage in La Paz, Honduras, were involved in a roll-over accident on January 5th. Several children have been treated for injuries, and one child and a cook are in serious condition. Your prayers and support are needed now! [continue reading]

Oh India. (#ServeOrphans Well)
Posted on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 by Orphan Outreach
We're sharing a powerful first-person story today from Tori Roberts with Westport Church. Tori just returned from Aizawl, India, where she and her church served the children of Gan Sabra HIV Home. Westport has become family to Lucy and the kids, and their support continues to strengthen the work being done for those infected and affected by HIV in northeastern India. [continue reading]

That's Why We Go (#ServeOrphansWell)
Posted on Tuesday, September 06, 2016 by Ronne Rock
In the jungles of northeast India, cheers can be heard in the distance as the van slowly winds its way along rutted mountain roads. As it rounds the corner, children begin dancing in front of the old school that’s been transformed into a safe harbor for healing and community. Their welcome is an expression of their gratitude and love for the people who have traveled more than 30 hours to visit for a few precious days. For the children of Gan Sabra HIV Home, family looks a lot like the world. [continue reading]

Jubilee Family Team Update
Posted on Thursday, June 12, 2014 by Katherine Cheng
Day 3- First day to visit Jubilee School: What I did not see today was luxury cars, manicured lawns or nice houses.  What I did not see today was an orderly drop off line, perfectly clean and pressed uniforms, or a beautiful campus.  No frantic stay at home moms or professional dads. [continue reading]

Honduras Family Trip Reflections
Posted on Saturday, June 07, 2014 by Katherine Cheng
Honduras, 2014. This was not a trip I expected to be on. This was not part of my plan for this year.  Yet the Lord called me.  My wonderful wife and my best friend stepped aside from her plan to go, so that I could answer that call.  So why was I called?  For me, I think this trip is about learning to let go. It is about letting go of my plans.  It is about letting go of my ideas.  It is about letting go of my things, my time, my desires.  It is about trusting in the Lord first and in all things.  This theme has really emerged in the last week.  It is as if the Lord is telling me to trust in Him, that His plans are better than my own. [continue reading]

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