Amorphophallus Paeoniifolius. It is also more commonly known in parts of Southeast Asia as stink lily, whitest giant arum, or my favorite name, elephant foot yam.
Below are just a few of the many testimonies we receive about lives being impacted and transformed by the Micro-Loan Ministry of Heaven’s Family.
Young and old alike react with surprise as I “remove my thumb from my hand,” a trick I learned from my dad, as we gathered with residents of Van Hniam Village After breakfast at Zatual Village, we jumped on a few village motor scooters to […]
"I'm sorry, Patrick, but I can't employ you any longer." To a young carpenter's apprentice living with his wife and three children in a dilapidated shack in one of Nairobi's congested slums, those words fell like a boulder on his heart. Patrick's boss explained that he had no choice. Thieves had broken into his business, stealing all his tools and lumber, as well as his entire inventory of windows, doors and furniture. Unwittingly, they also stole Patrick's job, which was providing just barely enough to feed his family and pay the rent on their little shack.
One of the smaller citizens of Zatual Village When I first met the Christians in Myanmar ten years ago, I thought I had died and gone to heaven. They all seemed to be perfect disciples. But over the years as I’ve become more familiar with […]
280 years. That is how long the residents of Van Hniam village, deep in the mountains of rural Myanmar, lived without running water. Villagers had to hike 3 miles round trip to fetch the water that has always sustained them. But now, thanks to gifts to Heaven's Family's Mutual Fund and Village Development Fund, they enjoy the blessings of running water in their village, accessible from 18 outdoor water faucets, that flows from a large, concrete reservoir high in the mountains.