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It's A New Day In Vietnam

In 1970 I began wearing a POW/MIA bracelet for Major Ted Gostas, who was being held captive in a North Vietnamese prison.  When you agreed to purchase and wear a POW/MIA bracelet, the commitment was that you would agree never to take it off until the soldier whose name you wore was either released or declared officially deceased.  That war in Vietnam was a painful, divisive event in our country’s history.  The aftermath of this war left a trail of bitterness for years to come.  

InFocus: China

Journey with us to the most populous nation in the world, China! 

Our founder, Terry Meeuwsen, recently returned from this land that boasts the Great Wall of China—a masterpiece that was built throughout many Chinese dynasties and totals more than 13,000 miles! Orphan’s Promise currently supports 7 projects in China. These projects include supporting foster families, education and back to school programs, life changing surgeries and support for a home that cares for special needs children. All of these projects aim to do what OP does best—bring kids from at risk to thriving!

Let's Do More In 2-0-1-4!

I greatly enjoy movies!  Especially the inspirational genre, there is something captivating about a true story that warms the heart or provokes further thought about amazing situations.  Whether it is an exciting sports movie or some other uplifting film, there are stories that share about people who have been motivated to achieve a personal dream, or somehow make a difference when no one thought it mattered or was possible!  December seems to have more positive movies on television for families, but they usually reflect the holidays rather than the need to inspire.

Hearing The Cry of The Poor

“Whoso stoppeth his ears at the cry of the poor, he also shall cry himself, but shall not be heard.”  Proverbs (21:13)

When you look into the eyes of a hungry or frightened child, you are looking into the eyes of Jesus crying out to you for help. He cries out to you in the orphaned, abandoned and at risk children, some of the most vulnerable children in the world.


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