REHABILITATION VERSUS ORPHANAGES
MAKING GOOD DECISIONS
|Program teaches moms to make bread and sew blanket.
They are paid for their work and are given the opportunity to gain skills.
|The ovens - might not look like much but it will bake over 100 love of bread
at one time. Sveta is proud to be teaching the moms.
|Children living with moms at the rehab center - happy to be part of a family.
|The blanket factory - a beginning for this wonderful team.
|Maybe not with her birth mom - but loved deeply by her foster family.
Abandoned in a basket when she was a new born, she how resides
with a family of 17 brothers and a loving set of parents and nannys!
More to our Sunday... Lynn shared
"The Role of the Church in the Orphan Crisis"
Leaders and church members were touched to be reminded of the role of the church and the challenge before us today. Clearly this church in this city far from Tokmok, Kyrgyzstan is
READY FOR ACTION.
KYRGYZSTAN IS MOVING FORWARD
ALL OVER THE COUNTRY!!
We were served with a special treat - Shashleke at the foster home
of Natasha and Vadim...wonderful time with the family.
And then today...
AM - sewing classes at Dayspring
PM - starting to stock the sewing room at Jeremiah House
PM - trip out to Kemin Senior Home to deliver the final stock of shoes we had to purchase that rounded out all that was promised. Today we blessed the staff and their children with brand new shoes.
- New school pants and skirts for our growing girls at Dayspring.
- Visiting our special Hymanot and family.
- Working on the new apartment - new doors and windows promised tomorrow.
- Evening - teaching a group of believers at a local assembly.