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The Widows of the Widow’s and Orphan’s Homes

Growing Old In A Place of Grace And Love Tizera is a modern day Mother Theresa In this society, widows have no hope at all, especially if they have no children.  They live on the streets, or in conditions of extreme poverty.  They are without hope and desperate, as they simply try to survive.  Fifteen years ago, the Lord gave

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House of Peace

January 28 – The atmosphere at the “House of Peace” in New Delhi India is a great family feel. As our team walked into the house we were welcomed with warm hospitality: Indian Chai and snacks. Three of the older girls shared their stories with us, and told of their hopes and dreams for the future. Salma impressed us with

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I have no name, please call me Joe

January 25 –We arrived at the Little Lights Children’s home on the outskirts of Chennai. These 34 Children are Children of Lepers, rescued from a life in a leper colony…a life of hopelessness and poverty. These kids all have at least one parent living in the leper colony. As children of lepers, they are in the lowest cast in this

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This is the face of children with AIDS in India

January 24- They are such beautiful children, and their lives are stories of tragedy, AIDS and redemption. On the outskirts of Chennai, India, is the PACT AIDS home, which is home to 10 kids that are HIV Positive. These kids are outcast in their society, yet they have come to a place where they receive love and care. This amazing

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A Journey of Mercy: Getting There is Half the Fun!

January 19th 2008 On Jan. 17th Jan and I headed off to DFW for India on a journey of mercy to visit 5 of the 6 orphanages we support there. Our journey began quite an epic saga. After we arrived at the Dallas airport we found out that the Chicago connection was delayed several hours. After waiting until the last

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Off To India!

Streams Of Mercy is off to India! Over the next few weeks, we will be visiting five orphanages that we support in the cities of Pune, Chennai and New Delhi. We will be posting updates as we visit these orphanages, so stay tuned! Thanks for your heart for orphans in India!

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Thanksgiving In Uganda

The following is a report from a young couple named Paul & Monika who lead a team to St. Ameria’s orphanage this last November. In addition to a Thanksgiving feast, Streams of Mercy sent a donation with them to repair roofs on the orphanage facilities: “We’ve brought you a Thanksgiving feast!” Paul said. “Rice, matooke, chapatti, and beef!”The excited cheers

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Streams Of Mercy Weblog

Thanks for visiting the Streams Of Mercy Weblog! Streams of Mercy was established to meet the needs of the most needy individuals in nations around the world. These individuals are often children who are desperate and helpless in changing their circumstances. The organization is actively involved in disaster relief, both man-made and natural, by mobilizing volunteers and resources to assist

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