Joyce: Get your beans right over here. Here babe, you want some more? Here let’s give you a little more. Wow, what an opportunity to feed hungry children. And you know, if it weren’t for our friends and partners of Joyce Meyer ministries we wouldn’t be able to do this. These kids are just so precious and so sweet. We have to be grateful for the opportunity to help them. This is not only just a place where they can receive a meal but there’s a church here and a hope center where we’ll be educating them. There’s medical help available to them. Right now, today, there’s an eye clinic going on. So people who haven’t been able to see are going to be able to see. So we’re just privileged. When we come to places like this people are always thanking us, but actually we need thank them for the privilege of being able to reach out and help them. I want to thank you for helping us help them.
Ginger: The twin boys you see here have the same story as many of the children in these camps. They’re orphans. Their father died from tuberculosis soon after they arrived. And recently, their mother died from aids-related issues. Because their parents were not recognized as citizens, the state was not responsible for their care. That meant these two boys and their young sister were left completely alone to care for themselves.
Maria: They were six months when I started to stay with them.
Joyce Meyer – Their sister, Chablili, wasn’t going to school anymore. And there was no food. Nothing they can do. The twins were using only water to drink. The children are very very sick. Sometime they are going to die.© Copyright 2012 admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Joyce Meyer