The Christian Center for the Development of Persons with Disabilities had a special time of thanksgiving on Feb. 17th, marking the completion of Finland’s support of the CDPD.
Scholarships will enable the ethnic minority children served by the House of Blessing to continue their educations in Thai public schools.
By providing rice to the families of young students, the House of Blessing is not only meeting nutritional needs but also helping to keep the children from being sent to beg in the night market.
Twenty years ago, American Baptist International Ministries (IM) missionary in Thailand Kim Brown founded the House of Love as a refuge for former brothel workers who had contracted AIDS.
March was a special time as 15 friends from the Hope for the Hilltribes project in the USA came to facilitate a camp for our House of Love (HOL) and CDPD students and staff.