The Promised Home is bustling with sounds of laughter and crying babies that sounds like music to our ears. We are so thankful that the Home is up and running well. We now have 19 little people to love and care for. The majority have been abandoned and a couple of the older children have suffered abuse. The children are all very happy to be living with us where they receive sufficient food, milk for the babies, adequate clothing, a bed to sleep in, and much tender loving care. The children are thriving and happy.
They are attending our local church and each have been dedicated to the Lord. They love attending Sunday school and singing praises to the Lord.
We have a good staff, along with nurses, to care for the children and they have complete attention. As required by the Adoption Department through the government, we have an educator that is teaching the older children ages 3-5 years old, as well as a pediatrician, a psychologist, and a nutritionist.
One case I would like to share with you is that of Evelyn. The Home received a call one night at 11:00 P.M. from the adoption department sharing that a little 9-year-old needed a temporary place to live. They arrived at 2:00 A.M. with little Evelyn. Her mother is an alcoholic and was abusing her badly, with scratches all over her face. Her father is deceased. She adapted very quickly with the love shown her and began to blossom with smiles on her face and joy in her heart. This is a photo of how she looked when she came and how she looks now.
We appreciate all those that are supporting The Promised Home monthly and others that have sent in a one-time gift. If the Lord speaks to your heart about giving monthly or a one-time gift, it will be greatly appreciated. There are on-going needs and equipment still to be purchased plus monthly utilities. Thank you and may the Lord richly bless you!