Here's a desperate note from Paparao Yeluchuri, our Hope International partner in India Dear Brother Dwyatt, This is one of the 15 schools we are running where 800 children are receiving education. When you visited MTN, you have visited this school. In the rainy season, as the roof was completely damaged due to it is old and due to the monkeys, the rain water is directly coming in to the class rooms and we are unable to run the classes. We need to fix this roof and this is one of the urgent needs. I request you for your prayers. To
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Will you do it again? From Dwyatt Gantt - I just got an email this morning from Pastor Paparao in India, telling of a special need they have now for wells for villages with no water. To be exact 263 villages have asked him for a well. Naturally I thought of you as someone who has had a heart for this before. Perhaps the purest work on earth is being done under the direction of Pastor Paparao Yelchuri in Kakinada, India. To the poorest people on earth, he is providing wells for villages that have no water. Even before getting
Some days they don’t have enough money to buy food to feed the whole family. Here's an update from Pastor James on his work with families forced to live in the "new" Phnom Penh garbage dump: This area we called new garbage dump, the government move from the old garbage dump in Phnom Penh city to outside of city from 2009 until now. The people working every day to pick up trash for sale, this is their daily work. For the new garbage dump, there are people living in this area about 300 families, for people living life there is
Melody and Children’s Hope are on the cutting edge of this much-needed project Under the leadership of CHI Associate Director, Melody Zhang, Children’s Hope sponsored the first Chinese Child Protection Summit in Henan Province. It is only recently that the Chinese government is considering providing services for abused children. Melody and Children’s Hope are on the cutting edge of this much-needed project. The summit was well attended by in-person and online individuals. Melody's passionate address on “Exploration of Chinese Abused Child Services” was enthusiastically received by all. Author, respected financial consultant and dedicated youth advocate, Rob Mitchell, personally sponsored seventeen
"DO IT! This home is such an amazing place to visit." College Junior Alice Mockenhaupt volunteered at Alenah’s Home, our CHI Foster Care Center in Beijing, just this Spring. In addition to her service to the kids at Alenah’s, Alice was kind enough to give an interview sharing her experience with others who might consider a similar visit. Here’s what Alice had to say: CHI: What was the purpose of your visit to Alenah's Home? ALICE: I went to Alenah's Home to explore Chinese culture and views on children with disabilities. I wanted to experience the different ways
CHI Associate Director Melody Zhang is in Henan province in China where Children's Hope is sponsoring the first Chinese Child Protection Summit. Her address on "Exploration of Chinese Abused Child Services" was well received by all in attendance. It is only recently that the Chines government is considering providing services for abused children. Melody and Children's Hope are on the cutting edge of this much-needed project. Please continue to pray for Melody and the success of her ideals.
WHAT’S ALL THE EXCITEMENT ABOUT? This is one pocket of 1000’s of people crushing in on young men distributing the first copies of the Gospel of John in Ethiopia. After 10 years of strenuous and complex work of Gabe Beyenne to accomplish the translation and printing of the Bible in Tigreina, the language of the Northern region of Tigrai in Ethiopia. They had no Bible except in Geez the ancient language which was incomprehensible to the people. This is the first day of distribution of the first copies of the Scriptures. Partners in Hope are providing financial support for
A message to our Partners in Hope from Pastor Paparao in India “Nookalamma Manyam where more than 4000 people are living. In this village, there is no medical doctor at all. The women in the villages are suffering so badly with blood issue problems, Diabetics, Ulcer problems, Skin problems, Malaria, Cold, Cough, Fever, Asthma, T.B. stomach pain, ulcers etc. Also, the children are suffering with mal-nutrition, skin problems, ring worm, thread worm, loose motions etc. The people in this village are very poor and they are from backward class community, untouchable community. They do not have a chance to