Three girls find saftey
The journey started in a remote village with only 10 families. When the junta raided and burned their village, everyone fled. An uncle caring for two young sisters and their orphaned teenage cousin, travelled on foot and the back of trucks across Myanmar for days. After many cries for help along the way, a man connected them with Pastor Dan. “If you can get the girls across the river to Thailand, we have a safe place for them.”
When we met them in July, Pastor D said, “Even in our home of 89 children, no one speaks their dialect but they have each other, and God is helping us all.” 250,000+ vulnerable families are on-the-run, hiding in jungles, desperate for food, water, and shelter.
Light a Child's Heart
With a LIFEPAC
Each LIFEPAC backpack includes locally-sourced gifts, crisis food aid, a solar light, a water bottle, a children’s story booklet, school supplies & hygiene kits.
Bring ChristmasJoy to 1200 children
In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.
John 1:4,5 (NIV)
The generous will themselves be blessed, for they share their food with the poor.
Proverbs 22:9 (NIV)
Light a Family's Path
With a Christmas Sack
Each family will receive a sack with emergency crisis aid like rice, dried noodles, eggs, oil, sardines, blankets, mosquito nets, bamboo mats, chilli paste and soap.
Bless a family
Send a Boatload
Send a Truckload
Bring ChristmasJoy to 1000 families
Light a Youth's Future
Sponsor a stateless youth to receive LIFEHUB livelihood training
Sponsor one youth for a 6-month sustainable livelihood training program. The interns will learn to make products such as soy milk, soap, mosquito spray, organic cleaner, chili paste, protein bars and apprentice in local community businesses. Graduates will be equipped to start small businesses in their village once it is safe.
Bring ChristmasJoy to our first cohort of 12 youth
I know a place for your border community LIFEHUB
“Do you want to see it now?” LM quickly led us down the street to a reddish Thai-style house.
As the landlord showed us through, I envisioned packing & sorting aid, community meals, and skills training on the cement pad and spiritual formation & English training upstairs along with an office and bedroom. The kitchen at the back looked ready to go for small batch aid training!