In November: “Smilovichi orphanage”

Posted: December 1, 2018 by Dobr9k in Smilovichi

Greetings to you, dear friends! I want to tell you about trips to the Smilovichsky shelter. We are very happy that we can visit the children who are there. Now there are very few of them, so communication is very homely and warm. The fact that there are few children in the shelter is very good. Because as soon as the new children get there, it means that they were taken from the family for some proven reason. And when you break up with your family, it’s always sad. For example, two girls and a boy are now there, because they no longer have a mother, and with dad there are serious problems. And therefore, listening to their story, it is sometimes difficult to find the right words to console them.
But we believe that we can find comfort from God. And one of the topics we talked about with them is the topic of fear. Fear is very different. And sometimes people are afraid not only of certain things, but also of more abstract things – for example, fear of the future. But this fear goes away when you begin to trust God. Because he holds everything in his hands and controls everything. During the topic, we discussed David, who, with the help of trust in God, was able to defeat Goliath and save his people.
In addition, we had the opportunity to do creative work with the children. Children painted clay figures. During creativity, we always have the opportunity to talk with the children on topics of interest to them. And besides this, we give the children the opportunity to try something new and unusual.
At the end of the month we discussed the feeling of insult, using the example of the elder brother of the prodigal son. As well as many other situations in which we are offended. What does this lead to and how do we get offended – these were the main issues of the meeting.
The month has come to an end, and we are happy to share with you the latest news of our ministry. Thank you for your contribution to the life of orphans, and for your concern for our ministry.

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