Sunday, September 25, 2016

SHE IS THE TOP OF HER CLASS - ONE AMAZING LITTLE GIRL

DAYSPRING 
SUCCESS STORY
LITTLE GENIA

She is such an amazing little girl - well shall I say emerging adolescent,  maybe not so young any more.  When she came to Dayspring - from a very hard place, she entered a new era of growth and development.

Let us brag on her....
  • Picks up English quickly
  • Loves people
  • Has a kind and gentle spirit (most of the time)
  • Loves animals
  • Love nurturing and attention
  • Is a hug lover too
  • Is an incredible helper
  • One of the smartest students in her class
  • Has been elevated to a high level math class
BUT WE HAVE ONE PROBLEM - we are looking for an adoptive home for Genia - a family that will love her and be there for her in those moments of doubt, sadness, loneliness and loss.  A family who will understand her journey and be willing to walk the distance with her.  We need a national family, as she has a brother that she is connected with who lives in an orphanage.  We do not want to see them separated by countries.

Please pray for this family.  We know they are there - we need your prayers.

Thank you
The LAMb Team

2 comments:

J. P. said...
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J. P. said...

This story comes from the LAMb International orphanage in Kyrgyzstan. A little known country northeast of Afghanistan and just west of China. My wife and I became acquainted with this dedicated organization through the efforts of then-fellow members of our church, the late Don Buchman, Founder, along with his lovely wife, Johanna. Don has now gone on to be with the Lord while his wife carries on. They are true, longtime co-laborers where "the fields are white already!"
Please connect with them, LAMb International, and let the Lord lead you into what to do.Their little orphanage in Kyrgyzstan hasn't been winterized yet and the harsh cold winter weather is on them already in their area. Just $5 given by many helps a lot. And so does your prayers. See what you can do. Thank you!

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