Adonai Child Rehabilitation is a Christian faith-based ministry in Kalaymyo, Burma that was established in May 2016. This ministry creates a place of rehabilitation for children and teenagers from various backgrounds like orphans, unwanted children, street children, and poor children.
First of all, we give God all the glory for His wonderful guidance and blessings in the life of the Adonai orphans during the month of October 2017. We express our heartfelt gratitude to Agape Fish Fund for their heart of love for the orphans and generous support for the orphans’ nutrition and their prayer support for the overall development of the orphans. And we are so thankful to the private donors for their love and concern upon the orphans. We pray God’s blessings for all of them.
When they sit together and chat, they discuss the life of Jesus or some stories of people in the Bible. It is evident that their live are being influenced by the word of God.
Bibles for Orphans
As our orphans are growing day by day, we develop their reading skills not only through the school lessons but also through reading the Bible. We cultivate a habit of reading the Bible as a routine. Thank God that I (Rev. Thang) received a donation that's equivalent to $70, so we could purchase 10 copies of Chin Bibles for the orphans. This money was donated by Tahan Covenant Church, when I preached there once. By God’s grace now each orphan has their own Bible.
Donated food items
A 54-year-old man named Mr. Ko Latt came to our orphanage with many packages. He is a Buddhist man, but he loves the orphans and has a heart to bless them with some food. He brought some boxes of canned fish for curry, vegetables, and cakes. All the orphans were so glad to receive them, and they enjoyed eating the cakes while he was there. The orphans enjoyed eating canned fish for the first time. Now the orphans include this generous man in their prayer lists, and every night they pray for Mr. Ko Latt.
All the have orphans improved their skill of learning and their grades are good, except for Mr. Thla Hnin Thang, a boy who is mentally challenged. Even though Mr. Thla is weak in educational development, he is very happy to be in the orphanage. He loves singing and dancing, which makes all the other orphans happy. By God’s grace this year Mr. Thla has not gotten sick with any serious sickness. Last year this boy was in the hospital for nearly a month. That hospitalization caused him setbacks in his educational development too, besides him being mentally challenged. One remarkable improvement in their education is that their teachers are telling us that all the orphans have really improved in their studies. Last month the orphans ate packaged food that was provided by FMSC. The food contained iron and minerals, and we thought it might have helped their brains to become brighter. We praise God for the orphans' educational improvement.
Thanks for Electric power installation donation
In our area every home has to pay for the cost of electric power installation. Our orphanage does not have electricity installed. Last month Rev. Thang donated part of the costs for electric installation, but there was still a $250 need to cover the rest. That amount was donated by Agape Fish Fund. We are so glad for their generous financial help for the electricity installation. The government is about to install the electric power within the next month. By having electricity, the orphans will no longer have a problem of getting light to study at night. We pray God’s blessings upon sister Nancy and Agape Fish Fund.
Thanks to Private Donors
We are so grateful for sister Adar from Melbourne for her regular assistance (the equivalent of $75 per month) to cover the costs of house rent, the electric bill, and the water bill. And we are so grateful for Mr. Simeon from Texas for his regular $50 donation to cover the cost of paying the cook's honorarium. We expect God will move the hearts of many other friends to get involved in partnership for the orphans' ministry. We are wishing and praying God’s blessings to Mrs. Adar and Mr. Simeon.
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