By supporting the work that Compassionate Hope is doing in Asia, YOU give these children a home, a hope, and a future.

“He who has mercy on the poor, happy is he.” Psalm 14:21

Compassionate Hope has 42 Homes of Hope located throughout Thailand, Laos, and the Philippines.

These homes offer a place of refuge for children and teens who are at high risk of being exploited.

These children face risks every day and have been threatened to be sold as child brides or human slaves, abandoned by parents in slavery, orphaned by parents with disease, or persecuted because of their parent’s faith in Christ.

Each home is different, but on average, Homes of Hope consist of 20 children and 2 house-parents.

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SHE SAT ALONE, SOBBING

School had just started back in Thailand, and at our Phusang Village of Hope, not all of the children were happy. Ab* felt scared and alone until she met Kathy…

Little Ab was one of the new children in our village. Her father was in prison. Her mother was unable to care for her. She had been abused and was likely facing a future with no education and exploitation by human trafficking.

But Ab had no idea about the future. She only knew that she was a tribal Hmong child, spoke a different language, and missed her mother.

Kathy, one of Compassionate Hope’s team members at the village, found Ab alone and sobbing on the stair-step. Ab had refused to eat her supper.

Kathy picked Ab up from the steps and spoke softly and soothingly to her, even though Ab could not understand what she was saying. Kathy began to show Ab lots of loving care and placed some milk and cookies beside Ab’s dinner plate. Kathy signaled to Ab that she could have the treats if she ate her meal first.

Ab then ate every bite of her supper, plus half a banana, and then had a few cookies with milk. She kept looking at Kathy with a sad face, and only when Kathy did something funny would Ab laugh. No one had ever seen Ab laugh before.

Sadly, Ab had sores all over her body, which Kathy started tending every day.

Now, when Ab sees Kathy, she gives her a big smile, as Ab knows that Kathy loves her and is helping to care for her. Ab is even beginning to speak Thai. Kathy’s goal is to see that Ab learns Thai and English, which will help open better education and job opportunities for her.

The following week Kathy taught chapel at the Village of Hope. The chapel service was Ab’s first opportunity to hear the Gospel and learn that Jesus loves her.

Without your help, Ab would not have a future filled with hope! Thank you for the eternal impact you are having in our children’s lives.

*Ab’s name has been changed to protect her privacy.

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