Month

April 2015

When He’s Welcomed

I have had the privilege of serving here at Agape for nearly three months – I actually leave to go home a week today. I would like to share one testimony that encouraged me greatly to have experienced. After our first two cell groups with the teenagers at Agape, we had a combined boys
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Not a lot to balance on there

It was just a throw away comment my friend made as she left the rickety village toilet.  “Not much to balance on in there Dianne”.  She was right, it was a sort of tin and bamboo little lean to out the back of a concrete cottage.  The door didn’t shut so we had to hold it closed for e
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One on One!

It was a delight on a Saturday to spend ninety minutes with a child who was ‘attached’ to an oxygen tank. The child could not go outside, so for most of the time, we looked at every detail on every page in books. It was then cars and animals. This child comes and sits with
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Give-n-Receive

Songkran Songkran, the Water Festival, celebrates the Thai New Year. For three days here in Chiang Mai, water is thrown on people as they drive along roads and around the city moat. For 3 days, Mae Avis drove truckloads of Agape children around Chiang Mai.  Most of the children were s
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A Fruitful Week!

Our second week commenced as planned! Monday morning, 08.00 devotions with all the children, toddlers, staff and nannies holding babies, sitting on the floor. Most of this time is in the Thai language with some songs in English. Before rotational group activities from 09.00 to noon, I
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