Hold Onto This
It has been three months since my return from the Land of Smiles, I have forgotten a lot I have to admit. I have lost track of many things that I repeatedly told my brain “hold onto this.” I wanted to pack every sight and feeling that I experienced into a box and live in it even when I was …
Diamonds in the Rough
story from Juliet (DTS student) I have four words for you that I have been convincing myself to learn this week: Go. With. The. Flow. For some, that is a piece of cake. But for me, order is my middle name. So here I am on the border of Myanmar (Burma), learning to be open each day to the little …
Video: Spoil the Orphans – India, Thailand, Mexico
Four teams. Seven countries. Hundreds of orphans. One giant party! Discover how fun it is to spoil the orphans!
I never heard a sweeter sound!
by Ashley, Children at Risk DTS Staff How do you fit eleven YWAMers and eleven rescued orphans into a small pick-up truck (sungtow) that has three benches in the truck bed? A little something like this… We pile in and squish together. When there is absolutely no room left for anyone else, we drive to church. A couple minutes into …
Word from Warren: Mobilization for Mission
Warren Keapproth is the founder and director of YWAM Madison. He and his wife, Gayle, joined YWAM in 1972 as newlyweds in their early twenties. They're passionate about helping people discover and then do what God has called them to do. Jesus used practical ways to teach the principles of the Kingdom of God. Although he taught his disciples and …
On the Air in Eau Claire
Our thanks to WWIB, 103.7 for having our Children at Risk DTS team on the air today. We discussed our recent outreaches to Thailand, Myanmar and India on “Front Page with Mark Halvorsen.” For anyone visiting our blog who heard us on the radio, you can visit our website to learn more about what we are doing with children at …
Video: Thanks to you, we spoiled the orphans!
In India & Myanmar, we worked with children rescued from the streets, from the brothels and from lives as child soldiers. We tried to recreate for them some of our favorite childhood moments by throwing them Friendship and Christmas parties. Many of our friends, families, and churches donated money or gifts to make these parties possible. Thank you!
Video: Rescued – The story of Myanmar’s child soldiers
The story of hundreds of Myanmar’s child soldiers and their rescue by one very brave woman.
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