Amorphophallus Paeoniifolius



01Feb

Sung’s Forever Family

As we've worked over the past decade to serve orphans around the world, we've encountered cultural customs that are sometimes difficult for us to understand and accept. One is the common practice of divorced and widowed mothers in Myanmar marrying men who demand that they relinquish children from their former marriage.

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01Feb

Nat’s Not Nice

In the minds of many rural Burmese people, nats are everywhere. I'm not speaking of the insects that we refer to as gnats, but to spirits that allegedly inhabit trees, rocks, mountains and lakes—spirits that are flawed, possess immoral desires, and that need to be regularly appeased by the offerings of fearful worshippers.

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01Feb

Pi Pi’s Pigs

Tial Phawng and her husband, U Sang Hleih, both loved the Lord. U Sang was raised in a Christian family, and he committed himself to the Lord in his youth. Tial gave her heart to Jesus in 1971. Together, they had three children whom they raised in their little home on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar.

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