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Sara's Story

Real Stories about Real Children at Risk




Name of Child: Sara
Age of Child: 10 yrs. old
Country: Bolivia
Children’s Home: Daughters of the King Orphanage

1. How long have you been a part of this child’s life?
5 ½ months

2. What was this child’s life like before your ministry?
She comes from a poor family that lived out in the country. Her family sent her to another city to work as a nanny. (a couple of months before coming to our home) The family she was sent to, was to enroll her in public school and pay her. They did neither of the two, and beat her if she made any mistakes.

3. How has your ministry invested in them?
Her parents said that they are not able to take her back, so we will be raising her, helping her to reach her potential and become a Godly, woman of purpose.

4. What is their life like now?
We have given her back her childhood, she never really had much time to play and just be a girl. Simple things such as learning to jump rope and play games are things she has never done before. She came to us very behind in academics, and has now caught up and doing much better, she is even enjoying going to school now. She is learning values, going to church, and this summer she will have for first leadership class (solving conflicts).

5. What does their future hold?
We will help her discover her strengths and talents and help her develop those. She will continue with leadership training, learning to handle finances, everything she will need to become and independent, productive citizen, living the plan God has for her life.

6. What good quote can you say about this child?
Ximena, vice-president of our board, “Sara is a completely different child now, she laughs, smiles, and seems so much more confident and happy.”

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