Let me introduce you to Nge Nge, one of the newest co-laborers we’re working with at Heaven’s Family. Born in a small rural town in Myanmar (Burma), she was just 3 months old when her father tragically died in a car accident. “There are no words to explain such feelings,” she now says with an aching heart about the father she never knew. After his untimely death, his widow was unable to support her young family, so she sent Nge Nge and her other children to live with different relatives. Nge Nge only saw her mother during school holidays.Read More
A Disaster within a Disaster
"My children are crying for food. I am helpless. I have no money. There's no hope…" lamented Setara Begum, a Rohingya refugee and mother of two, one of whom is just 5 months old. Such desperation is now being felt by thousands of Rohingya refugees impacted by Cyclone Mora, which struck Bangladesh 3 weeks ago.Read More
A Right Turn Off the Street
Stealing food was a basic instinct for young Samuel—he had to survive. He had no mother, no home, and, like his father, lived on the crowded streets of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. The future looked hopeless for Samuel, and it became even bleaker when he was eventually caught and imprisoned at the Shikusa Juvenile Centre.Read More
Jesus vs. Demons, 2 to 0!
Ma Xi Hu was born of an unreached people group and raised in the mountains of China. Brought up to worship spirits and taught superstitious practices, she knows too well the realities of living a life in darkness. Ma was a firsthand witness to demonic torment and bondage, as she watched her mother become drastically ill and occupied by evil spirits. Ma and her mother desperately searched for a cure, but no medicine, witch, or doctor had the power to deliver these women.Read More