An orphan's life

My name is Sergey. I am in third grade. I believe in God because He is my Heavenly Father. I was abandoned by my parents and now I live at an orphanage. I am very fascinated with all topics about God. I enjoy reading Bible stories and learning more about Jesus’ life on earth. I pray and read the Bible regularly. I am glad my Savior is always near. I feel His protection.

With Love, Sergey

Hello. My name is Valeriy. I am in eighth grade. I enjoy attending “Life Lessons” classes offered by Ministry Agape. I especially like stories about Jesus. Through these lessons I have learned about God’s commandments, His will for the people, and salvation. I now try to do good onto others, to help smaller and more vulnerable children in our orphanage.
I am very grateful to Ministry Agape for taking a part in our lives, in our future. They are always eager to help when I need it the most. May God bless them.

With Gratitude, Valeriy

My name is Eli. I am an eight-grader. I would like to thank you for the “Life Lessons” through which we are able to learn more about God. I have been especially touched by a verse from Romans "If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men"
I have found it to be very important to be friendly, help those in need, to support others, and not do any bad deeds. I dream of being like this.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.


An orphan's life


Anya stayed after class recently. She wanted to walk me home. She had something weighing on her heart that she really wanted to talk about... 



"Child, I’ve been praying for you for years and years!
I ran into this woman one day, carrying a toddler and pulling his older brother along by the hand... I could see that she was drunk and in quite bad shape, so I stopped and did what I could to help her..."





Each and every visit to the orphanage, I see how their lives are lacking in so much that we often take for granted. More than anything, they simply need someone to support them, encourage them, just to hug them and love them…



I work in an orphanage for the very smallest children, from 1 year to 3-4 years old. I teach Bible lessons there three times a week. Many Christians that I meet are not supportive of my ministry. They don’t believe that such little children are capable of believing in God. However, I know that they’re mistaken.



By the mercy of our Lord a miracle has taken place at our adaptation center.  For a long time we had been praying that our guys could work at home, so that the center could be more independent and to give them an opportunity to take part in meeting our needs as a family...