This is so inspiring for all of us who know that God is constantly challenging us to do more for the orphans of the world. Praise be to God!!!
18 year-old a mother to 45 orphans
Trapped in the rubble, Mange cried out: “Please don’t leave me here to die! I don’t want to die this way!”
Two young boys from the church heard her cries and began digging. The structure looked like a concrete pancake, but they dug and cleared a hole through. Mange was saved.
All 46 orphans gathered together, but now they had no house mom. Eighteen-year-old Geesula sprang into action. Not only was she the oldest of the group, but she had been around longer than all but one of the other orphans. Geesula now became the protector of orphans. The surrounding community came in and stole all their remaining food, but Geesula saw to it that the girls were safe.
A month later, Geesula continues to be housemom for her 45 orphan sisters. She knows what the girls need each day.
Before the quake, the orphanage was part of a foundation that included a bakery, guest house and medical clinic. All of those collapsed and their vehicle was demolished.
This orphanage needs your help. They have lost everything and aren’t supported by any big church or organization.
There has been enough death in Haiti. Now is the time for life. God is giving us an opportunity. While orphans live in tents and we still live in houses, God invites us to do more. Like those young boys who dug out Mange from the rubble, lives are saved when we hear the cries of the poor and hurting and respond.
Right now, living conditions are very primitive – tents and no electricity. Rainy season arrives next month, so there is no time to waste. The time for Haiti is now and the time for Haiti’s orphans is today.
Please earmark your gifts “Haiti orphans.”
Dear Daddy Seth,
Greetings in the sweet name of the Lord Jesus Christ.
This is very heart touching.
We will be praying for them.
God bless You.
Thanks Seth. Our prayer needs to be that people will stay focused on the many years it will take to rebuild. And any assistance for an orphan garners a smile from God.
I will be going to Haiti next month with AIM, and have already begun to collect supplies. This afternoon I stopped at the dollar tree to grab a couple things for my class (I teach Pre-K) and I came across 5 pack children’s toothbrushes. I debated whether to pick them up, then I after circled around the store, felt compelled go back and purchase 10 of those packs. I believe God cares about every aspect of an orphan’s life, even their teeth, and I believe the Holy Spirit prompted me to make that purchase. I would love to have the chance to give the girls the toothbrushes in person next month!
Kyle I love that. Bless you; God smiles.