Friday, November 30, 2012


Where were the girls?

Report from Wordsower Orphanages, Andra Pradesh, India
by Jason Nightingale

Where are the girls?

And then it dawned on me and
I was shocked at my own conclusion.
India has two medical systems. One National system, free for all, and one private system that is very

According to Indian law, it is forbidden to tell prospective parents the sex of their child before birth. This is to prevent abortions of girls and in the National medical system this law is pretty well upheld. Under the private system this prohibition is regularly flaunted. Indian doctors perform more sonograms than any other nation and, consequently, abort more girl babies than any other nation. Other girls are exposed to death at birth, intentionally underfed and not cared for, given to temples to be raised as temple prostitutes and sold   to sex traffickers.                                                                                Jason Nightingale with a tiny one
We are fortunate to have the girls we have. Life is not easy for a girl in South Asia. 
(Wordsower Ministries has 200 orphans in India, and 200 orphans in Haiti.)

Friday, November 09, 2012

Ministry in Haiti

The work in Haiti continues.  There is a great need for food and education.  People are in serious trouble.

With the storm named Sandy there in early November there was much devastation.
Food is in short supply.  Homeless Rescue Services have two ministries we are helping.
In Port au Prince we are providing funds for two orphanages with 200 plus children. A new building is being built to accommodate up to 500 children.
Food is scarce.  There is much hunger among the people.
Many eat every other day.  One women who received food said, "Now I will not have to choose which child today goes without."
The situation is overwhelming, The Word of God says "...but with God all things are possible."
In Port au Paix we have supported a school for the past 12 years. People here know of their need for God. They are asking for prayer.
Will you join us in prayer and to provide for such great need?

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