Dear Friends and Partners,
We wanted to take this moment to let you know just how much we appreciate your prayer and faithful support. We cannot even imagine where we would be without you.
Together we are producing results for God that will have lasting impact for generations to come.
Your friends and missionaries,
"THIS IS THE LORD'S DOING; IT IS MARVELOUS IN OUR EYES." Ps.118.23
SEE THE POSITIVE RESULTS
OF YOUR GIVING
Rahab's Rescue is our arm of compassion and humanitarian relief. While serving in Thailand our hearts became burdened for many precious lives damaged through sexual trafficking, exploitation and abandonment. By assisting safe-homes that are up and running in Burma and Thailand, we are making a world of difference. We deliver funds for orphans, sexually exploited children, and provide scholarships for refugees and hill tribe children. Emergency medical care is provided in the most desperate cases.
Each child's story is heartbreaking but when we partner together that child's future is bright! Rahab's Rescue bridges those who care with those who hope.
100% of all contributions received are distributed directly into that child's life because we volunteer our time.
Little Job (pictured left) came from the border of China and Burma and is Lahu (ethnic group). He was born with webbed fingers and missing one foot. When his father died and his mother remarried, Job became a throw-away kid. He was brought to Mercy Home at age 8 where he was enrolled in kindergarten. This was the first time in Job's life he ever held a pencil! Rahab's Rescue paid for surgery for his hands and partners with Mercy Home in Burma.
Thailand: 15 year old Prasert is Hmong (ethnic minority) and has a dream to become a computer engineer. He writes, "My father passed away when I was young, leaving my mother behind with 4 young children in the village. It is a struggle for my mother to put us through high school." We have provided a scholarship to turn his dream into a reality.
Esther is a lovely kind-hearted children's worker from a remote part of Burma. While alighting from a train in Yangon, her skirt caught as the train lurched forward. She was thrown beneath the wheels and lost her two legs. Rahab's Rescue provided funds for emergency medical care for this courageous young woman who may have lost her legs but hasn't lost her smile.
"HE THAT WINNETH SOULS IS WISE" Proverbs 11:30