Adoption News from China – an Update from Zack!

Date: 16 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

Four year old Zack has minor CP, but it doesn’t affect his gross and fine motor skills very much. He can walk independently and can eat by himself and grab small things. Zack dresses himself every morning , washes his face and brushes his teeth. AND THEN… Zack makes his bed  all by himself.  Zack’s  language development

An Update for Kang Kang

Date: 09 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

Alenah’s Home staff, where Kang Kang currently lives,  encourage  him to strengthen his arms through a variety of everyday activities. The teacher said  Kang Kang’s arms don’t have much strength. When brushing his teeth, the teacher will remind Kang Kang to move his arms not his head.  Kang Kang participates in his class and will answer

Colombian Children Hoping for Families!

Date: 08 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

A FAMILY WHO OPENED THEIR HEARTS… In February, 2016, my husband and I flew to Colombia to adopt a sibling group of 3.  It was not the sibling group we originally imagined 6 years ago when we began the process of adoption 2 siblings 0-4.  As the wait continued to get longer and longer in

in India – “Save Our School!”

Date: 02 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

YES! Schools “To keep the scented water from pouring into the dust” A program of faith and vision in Kakinada, India.  More than 15 free schools are now open for the poorest children in the area villages.  The vision is for 25 such schools.  They provide an education, bringing change for these bright and happy

Adopt from Latin America – Adopt Jeffry!

Date: 01 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

  Eleven-year-old Jeffry is completely healthy. Jeffry was abandoned as an infant and he has lived in an orphanage in Central America almost all his life. Jeffry  is doing well in school and enjoys his studies. He enjoys sports and social events. When he was interviewed by his case worker, Jeffry stated his high hope to

Adopt from China – Adopt Chelsey!

Date: 01 May, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

Pretty little Chelsey is coming along nicely.  Chelsey is 2 years old and working hard to be all that she can be.  She can walk when someone holds her hand and she tries to  make her wishes known through baby sounds and expressions. Chelsey can entertain herself, but she does enjoy the company of other

Alenah’s Home

Date: 21 Apr, 2017  No Comments  dwyatt gantt

GOOD THINGS HAPPENING AT ALENAH’S HOME IN BEIJING Alenah’s Home, our CHI Partners' foster care center for special needs children, was established in Beijing in 2004 to help orphans from orphanages receive medical care and rehab training.  Over 100 children were fostered between 2004-2015 and 50 of them have been adopted.  44 children lived at Alenah’s Home in

Visit Alenah’s Home This Year

Date: 11 Apr, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

School years are winding down quickly and families are planning vacation travels. Many are thinking about returning to China with their almost-grown-up adopted sons and daughters. Children's Hope International invites everyone to include a visit to Alenah's Home, our CHI foster care center in Beijing, as part to your homeland tour. Visitors and volunteers can

Our Community of Hope in Cambodia

Date: 11 Apr, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

Our Community of  Hope supports some of the poorest families in Phnom Penh who live amid the trash and debris from the city. The children run around picking up trash each day so their families can sell anything of value. James Sann Puthree,  our full-time faith-social worker who works directly with the children, writes: “Some

Adopt a Child from China – Adopt Donny!

Date: 30 Mar, 2017  No Comments  MARY HOUSE

Little Donny just turned two this March. He is an active little guy who  likes to play with  any toys he sees. Donny also likes watching TV and listening to music very much. His nannies report that “When music is playing on TV, he will be happy and gaze at TV. He likes to smile