Beach Trip

  Last month, two of our boys and their house parents planned a trip to their village. Since it was close, they made plans to take all the boys to see the ocean in Phuket! Since the older girls showed so much dedication in their studies and were at the top of their classes, they […]

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Music Lessons

Since the first night, I spent here, one of the most tangible and incredible ways I have felt God move is through worship at the children’s home. The presence of the Holy Spirit floods in through the voices of the kids and it never ceases to amaze me. These kids have such an anointing over […]

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Rescued: Kaleem and Abdul

I received a phone call at midnight. “They are beating me! They are beating me!” “Who is beating you?” Kaleem screamed through his tears, “The owners, they are beating me!” “Where are you?” “Bangkok but I don’t know where. I just ran away. Teacher, come and get me, please! I want to go home! They […]

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Clinic

Every week, we have been going to a local, free, Burmese clinic to spend time with the kids. Some people sell everything they have to travel to this clinic on the border and get the medical attention they need. Walking through the clinic, you see a lot of poverty and feel the desperation for medical attention. […]

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Day Care

For the past year, Life Impact has been running a daycare program for our 19 rescued babies and toddlers. It is open Monday through Friday, run by our Thai and Burmese staff. The babies and toddlers are broken into age groups to help their growth in physical, mental, social, and emotional development. The little ones […]

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Umpium Refugee Camp

This week, the forecast calls for rain. While most of northern Thailand is rejoicing—the pollution and dust will finally settle—fire victims at Umpium Refugee Camp are at risk. After they lost their homes and possessions, people are now living in crowded community centers and under tarps on their old plots of land. We visited on […]

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Garbage Dump

  Every Saturday we partner with a local Burmese church here on the border. Together we spend the day at the local garbage dump where about 200 people live. They have fled their homes in Burma, and have built their new homes in the middle of the garbage dump. They live there searching through the […]

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