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.
We praise the Lord for His faithfulness upon the ACR orphans as we move forward by God’s grace and mercy. Special thanks go to Ms. Nancy and her organization Agape Fish Fund for their generous support and prayer for our orphans. We also express our heartfelt gratitude to all our prayer partners and private donors from the local community and abroad. May the Lord bless them physically and spiritually.
Orphans Enjoy donated Coconuts
sunflower Oil and Clothing donated
A farmer named Mr. Biak Nun Sang from Hakhalay village of Kalay Township helped our orphans again. The first time was when he donated beans to our orphans. This time he brought a basket full of sunflower oil and used clothes for the orphans. He is not a rich man; he is just a poor farmer man. But he has love and the heart to help the orphans from his farm. He said, "Because I helped the orphans once before, God multiplied my harvest of crops this year, so I want to help again." Next year he wants to help the orphans with some bags of rice from his paddy field. All our orphans pray for blessings on his farming.
Challenges with 2 ORphans
Among our 11 orphans, two of them have health challenges. One of them is Ms. Biak, who has a chronic TB disease. The other is Mr. Thla, who has mental challenges. We are praying for them and hope that God will grant them complete healing. The rest of the orphans are good and healthy by God's grace. We are always praying for their wholeness.
Thanks to PRivate Donors
We are also thankful to Mr. Simeon who works in Midland, Texas. He helps us with $50 or $100 a month, to help provide for the cook's salary. We pray that God will bless him in the days to come so he can continue to contribute to the Adonai orphans.
Update written by Rev, Thang, edited by Carolyn D.
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