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    May Newsletter 2013

    A Life Changed...
    05/22/2013


     

    Hopefully, we have given you the opportunity to "see" Liberia through the eyes of those who have visited there recently. We pray you have been given a glimpse of the sights and sounds of the country by reading about the first impressions of those who travel to serve the children, by hearing of their experiences, the things that break their hearts, and the things that encourage them and give them hope.

    This month, we'd like to change that perspective. Instead of hearing from fellow Americans, we'd like to introduce you to a young Liberian woman. Queen-Edwina has lived at Daniel Hoover Children's Village for many years and is the daughter of the directors there. She hopes to give you a different glimpse at Liberia.... a look at the impact your prayer and financial support has on a life. Earlier this month, she wrote the following letter to be passed on to sponsors and potential supporters of the children in Liberia.

    With JOY,
    Corrie Luebke
    Sponsorship Coordinator

    Daniel Hoover Village Mission
    Township of Dixville, Republic of Liberia
    May 4, 2013

    Dear Brethren,
    It is a great pleasure to share with you what the Christian Adoption Services had done for me through sponsorship. My name is Queen-Edwina M. Sieh, I was born July 30, 1993, and I'm a junior student at the University of Liberia, majoring in Biology and Chemistry and pursuing my career as a Medical Doctor someday.

    Before I graduated from high school in October of 2009, I wondered and prayed about my schooling how it would be right after high school because my parents don't have the finance to send me to college, so I thought my dream of becoming a medical doctor would die, but the Lord just wanted me to wait and I did. As the Lord would have it, Laura D. Robinson who is now Laura Bocook decided to help sponsor me. Her sponsorship and prayer covered a lot in my life. I do glory in God for what she did for me through CAS; CAS is actually there to help those who need it most.

    Now I am working for the CAS and I do enjoy it, my earnings go to miscellaneous which help with text books, etc. If it can happen for me, it can happen for any child. It is my ardent prayer that as you have read this, the Lord will lead your heart to a child that is just waiting to be sponsored. Just take that step forward and see how lives are changed through sponsorship. God bless you all.

    Yours truly,
    Queen-Edwina M. Sieh

     

    [Posted: 05/22/2013]


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