He who goes out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy,
carrying sheaves with him. Psalm 126:6

Friday, June 29, 2012

A Post for the Kids of Orphanage 9

James 1:27  Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.

Today we're looking after the children in Orphanage 9.  They are all so precious!  Each one deserves a family.



She is so beautiful and so in need of a family to rescue her from her crib.  Can you see her potential? 



What a little doll!  Wouldn't he be fun to keep up with?  He is just crying out for a mama.  He has over $5,000 in grant money available!







Such an sweet angel!  Will she remain bedridden for her entire life because no one said "that's my daughter."? 



Camille would do so well in a family!  Can't you see her shopping with mom or giving dad a hug?  She has so much to offer.  She just needs a family to say yes!  She has almost $4,000 in grant money to aid her family.










Little Tina is so pretty!  Look at those blue eyes.  Who wouldn't want to hear "mama" or "daddy" from such an angel as this?














Lance is HIV+ and that's it!  No other special needs.  A family who adopted a little girl from his same group says that Lance is a wonderful boy and will make a terrific son.  Here's what they had to say:

This young man's smile is a ray of sunshine. His giggle is infectious. He is a good helper at the children's home with his teachers and fellow classmates. He is the man of the house and takes responsibility for others without complaining. He does not let his role go to his head and become arrogant and proud. If he does get upset which is not often he can be easily redirected. He plays very well with all the other classmates and listens to his teachers. Whenever we see him we are greeted by him running to us with a BIG smile and a wave. He showed very clear signs of attaching to a mother and a father. He loves older children (teenagers) and just longs to belong to a family and have that attachment and affection.

We often see him at the fence at school when other kids his age and older passing by on the trail behind his play area in their karate uniforms and his whole world just stops as he stares and watches them run off with their instructors. Just breaks your heart. This young man I believe would flourish in a loving family and would bring so much joy and laughter into it!

The school staff stated that he is a very good boy and does not cause trouble and they are very proud of him because he is such a BIG helper with the little ones.




Steven is also HIV+.  A family that recently visited with him absolutely fell in love with him.  Here's what they had to say:

This little man makes me weak in the knees! This is Steven. Oh how I adore him and want to bring him home and just love and protect him! I cannot say enough wonderful things about this young man. He truly is a little man of character. He sees the needs of others before they do. We walked past a swing that was swinging when he was holding my hand, he knew there were other little ones behind us and he stopped the swing so it didn't hit the others. We go to his childrens home early in the morning so I bring my coffee. Gotts have my coffee! The kids light up when they see coffee! LOL! Anyhow my coffee cup was empty but the little ones in his group saw my coffee cup and he ran to my cup first and gave it to me in order to make sure they did not get it when he saw they spotted the cup. Taylor lost her hair ribbon on two occasions and he ran and brought her bow back to her while the others stepped on it. He wants a Mama and Papa so badly. He calls Joe and I Mama and Papa and he lights up when he sees us. Oh how I want to bring him home. Not sure if we are being called to but I do know this this little boy wants and needs a family to love him that he will love back with everything he is. His heart is on his sleeve to serve others. Oh how he deserves the love of a father and mother!



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