Posts tagged Good Shepherd
One Child's Perspective On Growing Up At An Orphanage

I want the world to know that family is not only blood relation but that love makes a family. Love is what keeps this family, my family, going. I want the world to know that no matter who we farm kids are, where we are, what we have, we are all going to shoot for the moon because we have been given the love and support to believe in ourselves and our futures.

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Why Some Orphanages Are Good...

Throughout the world (and I’ve seen this with my own eyes, my own heart), there are committed people filling desperate gaps in a broken system with boundless love and tireless energy. These people are heroes not villains. They are providing hope in hopeless stories, shining a light in the darkness, sacrificing everything so that a few children can shine. They are part of the solution, not the problem.

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Welcome to Good Shepherd Agricultrural Mission

There is a place that exists on the India Nepal border, that is home to 70+ orphaned and abandoned children. This place is an oasis in the midst of heartache and brokenness, which are born from poverty and broken families. Rarely, would I claim, that an “orphanage” is a good place, but this place, The Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, is a good place. In fact, it is a good home.

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