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.
God's Wonderful Provision
We thank God for His wonderful provision for our orphans during the month of August 2017. I was invited to give youth training at Hakha, Chin state of Myanmar. God motivated some people there and they gave me some donations to help our orphans’ ministry. Through that love donation, we could provide good nutrition for the orphans. We are also thankful to the organization called Feed My Starving Children that helps the starving children in Myanmar. They kindly accepted our appeal and granted us with 20 boxes of rice packs for our Adonai orphans. The rice pack is called Manna Pack; it is mixed with many kinds of minerals and vitamins. God is really amazing for His children. All the orphans were very happy and enjoyed the Manna Pack rice every day. Glory to a wonderful God.
Gift of new Outfits
We give glory to God for the donors who provided new outfits for the orphans. The donors are my younger brother Mr. Ral Lian Kap who works at a medical company in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and my nephew Mr. Van Lawm Thang, who works at a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. These two relatives recently purchased new clothes and sent them to us for the orphans. They wanted to bless the orphans with new outfits. We do appreciate their heart for the orphans.
ACR has two main priorities for the orphans' growth: spiritual and educational. We aim to bring them up with a knowledge of salvation through Jesus Christ and to help them have a good education.
Pray with Us for Electricity
We have been depending on a private generator for power since we don't have proper electricity. We have been paying monthly to use a private company's generator. Now the government is giving electricity to our town. But every home needs to pay for the electric pole, cables, meter box, and installation. Our government could not help cover all the costs, so they require us to pay for all of this ourselves. I (Rev. Thang) had given the equivalent of $120 for the pole and cables, but approximately another $250 will be required for the meter box, cables for indoor fixing, electric bulbs, and installation. We hope the electric power will be available in the orphans’ home before the end of this year. If we have electric power, we will no longer need firewood for cooking, which wastes time in the cooking process, and there will not be any trouble studying at night. We hope God will help us with the cost of electricity.
Thanks to all the donors
We are thankful for our main donor organization Agape Fish Fund for their generous support to feed the orphans. We also express our heartfelt thanks to the charity organization called Feed My Starving Children based in Yangon for their love offering of some rice boxes. And we would also like to express our sincere gratitude to our regular private donors—Mrs. Adar from Australia and Mr. Simeon from Texas—for their love donation to help with the cost of the orphan’s ministry. Also we say thanks to Mr. Ral Lian Kap and Mr. Van Lawm Thang from Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia for their love gifts of beautiful outfits for our orphans. We are praying God’s blessings for all of them. Thanks to all the donors for their hearts of love for the poor orphans. May the Lord bless them all.
Updates on Each Orphan
ACR is a place of rehabilitation for orphans, like a place of refuge in the Old Testament time. We want the orphans to have safety, peace, freedom, and nurturing through the word of God. Not only do we feed them nutritious food, but we also emphasize building them according to the standards of Christian core values.
In 2016, ACR started out with 11 orphans. However, 3 orphans left ACR, and we accepted another orphan girl, so now we have 9 orphans this year. The 3 orphans who left us are:
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