Fundraising for

For Immediate Release: July 13th 2015

Priority Summer 2015 Projects:

1. Food and education funds (one month): $600

2. Carport Construction: $500

3. Vehicle Refurbishment: $15oo

If you would like to be part of Asias Children Ministry, please help with one or more of these need.

Regards,

Laine

June Newsletter

June Newsletter

Orphans doing well

Hello, Just an update to say the five children in the home and Ahtee’s family are doing well. There hasn’t been much to report during the last two years, except that the support money for each month is raised and disbursed. I will post a detailed update later in June when the busyness of school is done.

Regards,
Laine, Christy and Christopher

$3500 moves children into new orphanage.

Thank you to those who provided funds for the children to be enrolled in school near the new orphanage.  The orphanage building is nearing completion- just $3,500 left to raise before the children can move into the partially completed home in June!  We are slowly reaching the goal!

Thailand Children's Home under construction

Exciting News!

Happy about new home

We have exciting and wonderful news to report! We have been working with John Bee (Bya Ahtee), a Lisu tribal

Waiting for a real home

pastor from northern Thailand to construct a permanent orphanage for children who have lost their parents, or who are at risk of being exploited in other ways, such as the human trafficking industry. Many of you had the opportunity to meet with John when he visited the Pacific Northwest and attended the Family Camp at Camp Grove in the summer of 2010. In 2007 we began planning the orphanage project, and some children began to have hope that they could live together with John and his wife Warin as a real family in their own home. Fundraising was slow at first, but I am excited to announce that we have only $11,000 remaining to complete the orphanage! We must raise $5,000 during the next month so they can move into some finished rooms, and then the final $6,000 can be raised in the following months.

I am also happy to report that giving has increased over the last six months so that we can immediately bring in six children when the home is complete.

Thailand Children's Home under construction

Finally, the yearly school fees for each child are due soon. We want the children registered for school near the new children’s home, because if they are registered where they are now, they will not be able to join John’s family for nine months. They have been waiting so long, so I told John that they could come in June, and that we would arrange the funding. I spoke on behalf of those who care about these children, and I apologize if I spoke out of turn when I made this commitment.

On behalf of the children we are asking you to help them with these things:

School Fees $15/month
Living costs $80/month
Complete 2 rooms so children can join
Johns’ family in June $5,000
Complete Children’s Home $6,000

 

To help these children, send funds to

Community Vision International
P.O. Box 33286  Portland, OR  97292-3286

Make check payable to Community Vision International
In the memo field designate P074AC (This gets the funds to Asias Children!)
Yours in Jesus,

Only $5K needed to Complete Thai Children's Home

The Bible says that, “God sets the lonely in families” (Psa 68:6)  Since our six Thailand orphans have been waiting to live in a family for almost two years now, we decided to raise funds to build a temporary three-year orphanage on the Hwi Nam Rin property.  John proposed that we partner with him and use the funds to build a permanent home for the orphans near Doi Saket.  We are raising $10,000 by December, and we have already raised about $2,500 for this project.  Six orphans can move in by May if their monthly money is raised.  It costs about $80 per month to provide for all the needs of the orphans.  It will be a happy day for them when they are placed in their very own family!

Quack!

Asias Children provided $80 for John Bee to purchase 16 ducks for the children who will live as a family in their new Thailand home.  God willing, the ducks will be grown by January, and will provide eggs to help feed the orphans.

Burma Home

As was previously reported, the bamboo Burma orphanage blew down in March, but the children were OK.  Asias Children donors provided funds to relocate the children to a safer area near the city.  Their current home has a wood foundation and a bamboo structure.  The girls live in one large room, and the boys live in another large room.  Asias Children plans to build a permanent orphanage for the Burmese children when funds become available.  We would also like to use the land from the previous orphanage to provide support for poor people who lost everything in the typhoon, and other orphans who never found a home and are living on the street.

pictured: Kine

Summer Travels

The Johnsons spent several weeks at Camp Grove in Dorena, Oregon near Cottage Grove presenting the needs of the orphan children to campers and adults.  We were blessed by the fellowship, and the generous outpouring of tangible help for our Asian orphans.  The Johnsons also spoke at churches in Cottage Grove, Eugene and Spokane.  If you would like a presentation for your small group or church, please contact us (info@asiaschildren.org).