A Blast from the Past


A Blast from the Past

You may remember Anya from a 2015 prayer bookmark. She and her six brothers live in Kyrgyzstan, a country about the size of South Dakota. Their father has serious health problems so their mother works several jobs to support the family. Even so, in 2010 there was not enough food, no running water, and not enough beds, so authorities removed the kids to live with a foster family and in an orphanage. With help, by 2013 Anya’s parents improved the house enough so that Anya and her brothers could move back. But in 2015 around Christmastime, their heating system broke; local authorities again threatened to remove Anya and her brothers from the home. Thanks to your prayers and some generous gifts, Anya’s parents replaced the heating system, giving their children a warm and safe home. Now, two years later, Anya and her brothers are thriving! They are doing well in school and enjoying their summer break. Thank you for your prayers, still working two years later! 


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