Mya Kyar Phyu Thinn

By | Burma, Raising Orphans

Age: 6 Favorite color: Red (I like people with red hair.) Favorite animal: Elephant Favorite food: Chicken curry Favorite activity: Meal time, especially dinner, study time, and sleeping Dream job: Minister Siblings in Orphanage: Naw They Myat Noe Aye and Naw La Min Phyu

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Naw They Myat Noe Aye

By | Burma, Raising Orphans

Age: 13 Favorite color: Red Favorite animal: Butterflies Favorite food: Chicken Favorite activity: Worshipping the Lord with my friends and doing make-up for my brothers and sisters Dream job: English teacher Wants to: Visit America Siblings in Orphanage: Naw La Min Phyu and Mya Kyar Phyu Thinn

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The Rebirth of Innocence

By | Burma, Raising Orphans

Innocence is a treasure that God gives children. It is something we experience as children before we can even appreciate its value. Innocence is the veil between childhood and adulthood. Innocence is the cocoon that allows children to develop properly without being stained by the world. Innocence is the essence…

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Raising Burma

By | Burma, Raising Orphans

The launch of our new orphanage in Burma is truly exciting. It was last December when we jumped into this project head first with not only the anticipation of building a new home, but plans to help raise these children as if they were are very own.

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Meeting Burma

By | Burma, Raising Orphans

Like most Americans, I was quite unfamiliar with Burma prior to our trip to the Far East. Burma has made just a proverbial blip on the American radar, bringing to our attention such events as the Buddhist monks marching in the streets and the Cyclone in 2008.

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