Hostel of Hope in Yangon, Myanmar Lives Up to Its Name
These are the backgrounds of some of our current children (see photo):
Vong Shi – Her parents have no home and no job so the church lets them live in the church compound. They cannot afford school fees so she studies here.
Cheng Leng Shi – Her mother died. Now she feels blessed because her very poor father sent her to us for a better life and future opportunity.
Pi Sang Thong and Chan Si Thong – Their father is a poor pastor who has liver disease so we agreed to look after them. Chan is very smart but also very thin. Please pray for him to grow and gain strength.
Eight children got school prizes recently – we are proud of them!
Sponsorships not only meet immediate physical needs but can raise leaders for the Church of tomorrow. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Peter and Bev started Generation Ministries (a ministry of World Outreach) during their four years in Hong Kong ministering to Vietnamese refugees. They have been in full-time missions ministry for over 30 years after Peter’s career as a project design engineer. They headed up the New Zealand team for Asian Outreach before founding Generation Ministries.
Their ministry targets the children of Asia – particularly the restricted access nations of China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh, and North-east India. Their original goal was to see 100,000 children won to Christ.