“In Indian society, being an orphan is like you are a dog. You have no value. I was abandoned at age ten months old by my mother because my father died. She was unable to take care of the only girl, as she already had seven boys.”
From life in an orphanage with 2000 girls...
...to an orphanage director herself.
From attending the first Global Forum for a World
Without Orphans and hearing God’s heart to set
orphans in families...
... to closing her orphanage with a vision
to help children remain in loving families.
From providing education and meals for children and
training their moms so that they can stay together...
... to helping churches and other organizations
learn to do the same.
The Lord is at work! A lot is happening and we are excited, encouraged and being equipped through World Without Orphans. Thank you so much!