They Had 5 Babies and One Can of Formula – THE HOUSE OF JOY

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  *by law, adoptable children can not be shown in an identifiable photo. The children photographed here have already been adopted.   The House of Joy is one of those amazing ministries that we support through Streams of Mercy. They are located in the remote Rift Valley region of Ethiopia. This orphanage currently has five babies who have been abandoned …

The Forsaken Children

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    We arrived at The Forsaken Children and I was once again struck by the scope of their ministries to street children. There are 100,000 children living on the streets of Addis Ababa. When I heard that statistic, I was overwhelmed by the desperate need of those kids. But, the Forsaken Children staff are reaching out to the children …

Australian Grandmother of 10 Ministers in the Most Dangerous Area of Bogota

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  Her name is Mary. She is a 68-year-old grandmother from Australia who has been called to reach the children in one of the most dangerous barrios of Colombia. When we met Mary, we were struck with the joy that flows from her heart. She smiles easily. Mary could be living a comfortable retirement in Australia, surrounded by family. Instead, …

The Forsaken Children and Onesimus – Changing the Lives of Street Children in Ethiopia

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  Onisemus Means: He Who Was Useless Has Become Useful   Today we had the privilege of going to be Onesimus House here in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.  This is an incredible multi-pronged ministry that reaches out and transforms the lives of children living on the streets. We met Joe Bridges about seven years ago.  He was just beginning a new …