ACR: Update November 2016
Adonai Child Rehabilitation is a Christian faith-based ministry in Kalaymyo, Myanmar 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 thank God for leading us into the month of November, in spite of many challenges. Our God fills us with joy in our Adonai family because He is with us. We also appreciate all our prayer partners and donors for their faithful commitment to help in prayer and sowing seeds to help the little orphans physically and spiritually. May the Lord continue to bless TFish, which is led by sister Nancy and her team members.
October and November have been tough months for us because two orphans, Mr. Thla Hnin and Miss. Dawt Rem Chin, have been seriously sick. Their sickness was quite different, with no fever at all. They didn't play like the other orphans, and they didn't move actively. Eventually they developed problems walking. We suspected something might be wrong and brought them to the doctor for a checkup. They underwent blood tests, urine tests, ECGs, and scans. It was determined that they had symptoms of the nervous system.
We admitted Thla Hnin to the hospital, even though we didn't have sufficient money. He was worse than Miss. Dawt, so that is why we admitted him only. Specialist Dr. Nu Nu Htwe asked about the orphans, and we explained to her about them. She felt pity and said, "Don't worry, even if you don't have enough money. I will find a way to treat him for free ." We were so happy, God answered our prayer!
Mr. Thla was in the hospital for two weeks, but everything was free. Praise the Lord. If it weren't free, we would have had to pay the equivalent of $200. God moved the heart of a Buddhist doctor. Now Mr. Thla is totally recovered, and he can walk and jump.
Yesterday, Miss. Dawt was admitted to the hospital because she has been getting worse. We don't know if the doctor will help with the financial situation or not. We cannot expect that the doctor will help again. But we trust God will do the best for her. We covet prayer support from everyone so that she will be recovered soon and continue with school.
Orphans Need Winter Clothes
Spiritual Life Growth
On Sunday the orphans all go to children's church and have fellowship with all the other children in the church. They present songs, skits, and action songs in front of the congregation. Now they are rich in their knowledge of Bible stories. They can pray, and they have courage to perform in front of people. Now they all understand that life without Jesus is meaningless. They have in their mind that one day they will be good helpers to many, and become good Christians who bring glory to God.
Miracles of Bananas
God Provides Guitar
Thanks to Private Donors
We have two private donors. One is Ms. Adar from Melbourne, Australia, and another one is Mr. Simeon from Midland, Texas in the USA. We really appreciate their love to support the orphans. Sister Adar helped with the equivalent of $72 USD, and brother Simeon helped with $50 USD for the month of November. We always mention them in our prayers. We are so thankful for their love, prayer, and support.
$100 Needed for Christmas Picnic
We the Adonai family plan to have a Christmas picnic at Yazagyo Dam, which is a one-hour drive away. We need $100 for the budget. We are praying for the budget now, hoping God will provide in time. We do not have it yet, but we believe God will arrange it.
Thanks to All
We know that there are many people who pray for us from far and near. We express our heartfelt gratitude to all who love our orphans and help them in many ways. We will continue to pray for you all. We are sure that God will richly reward you abundantly and exceedingly. God bless you all.
Update written by Rev. Thang, edited by Carolyn D.
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