Silas, Hannah, and her brother are back in their village doing well. The children are both in school and enjoying it. Two of our dear Bring Me Hope friends went to visit them two weeks ago and took the children to the zoo! They had a wonderful time together!
Silas is excited about Dr. Mindea coming to do his surgery. David is in contact with Stanford, coordinating the plans for Dr. Mindea to come to China to preform the upcoming surgery. We are still in awe of this amazing miracle!
We will keep you all informed as details start coming together for Silas’ surgery in Beijing. Until then, would you continue to lift these things up?
1) For the thousands of details to fall into place (the hospital, equipment, flights, hotels, transportation, funding, etc.)
2) For Silas and his children, that their faith and love for Him would continue to grow through this whole process.
Thank you for remembering them! We cannot wait to be reunited with this sweet part of His family!
Bring Me Hope’s own Kristen Chase has started a project teaching orphans photography!
Last summer ‘The Invision Project‘ took six orphan girls on a photography adventure in Nanchang.
Not only did the girls have a great time, the results they produced were absolutely stunning!
Kristen has started selling handmade greetings cards with their photos! You can find them on sale HERE!
Proceeds will go towards giving other orphans the opportunity to learn photography through ‘The Invision Project’.
“Little One” by Zhan Xiao Fen (Sarah), age 14
To see more of the beautiful photos or learn how you can get involved, head over to her blog: http://theinvisionproject.blogspot.com/
Remember Lena? She was with us during 2007 Summer Camp in Beijing!
Check out this video of others who are continuing to help her!