New Friends and Random Photos In Bucaramanga
We were so blessed today to go to yet another children’s home in Bucaramanga, this one full of only special needs kids (and some adults). There were 82, all with varying chronic healthcare conditions. Although we were met with smiles and hugs that would melt any heart of stone, it was so sad to see many of these children go without some basic needs. Almost all of them were abandoned by their families. Here, maybe even more so than in the States, when a child has special needs, many times they are considered a waste of time and less than a real person. How sad. I’m glad God didn’t think I was a waste. These kids need to know of a God that loves them and has a special plan for their lives.
We were able to take them a few things to help out with the kids’ basic necessities and give a little money toward getting them proper care.
Random Stuff Around The City…
for about 35 cents each, and hoards of other fruits I’ve never heard of.”]
Posted on February 17, 2011, in Adoption, Children, Colombia, Ministry, Survey Trip and tagged Bucaramanga, Carrefour, Colombia, Durable Medical Equipment, God, Missionaries, Missions. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.