“Though you have not seen him, you love him, and even though you do not see him now, you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy….” Peter 1:8-9
Some people might never imagine that one of the happiest places to be on Christmas day is here in Kay Christine! Oh how I wish I had the words to express just how happy our home is on Christmas day! What a day! A day of sharing food, sharing gratitude, sharing joy, sharing presents, sharing love! Have a look for yourself at the pictures and get a glimpse of what I am talking about!
The baby Jesus was born in a stable because no one wanted to give his mother and Joseph a room for the night. Most of the children/young adults in these pictures were abandoned because their parents could not find people to help them take care of them. They previously laid in hospital beds, often wet and dirty, often covered in flies because no one bothered to take care of them. No one bothered to think that they were real people! Some were years in the same room of a hospital with no stimulation. Some were abused before they came to us. Some have burn marks on their legs because someone thought they were possessed by evil spirits and tried to burn the devil out of them. Some were malnourished because no one had the patience to spend an hour to feed them.
Thanks to NPH we were able to create a beautiful home for these children. Look closely and Thank God as I do that we have been able to give them a safe loving home. Thanks to NPH we are working very hard to provide services for children and to provide training to mothers and care givers so they can give the best care to children with severe disabilities – children with so many beautiful abilities.
Father William Wasson founded NPH over 60 years ago. We that work in NPH have one very simple thought in our head: ” we are all brothers and sisters and we all have the duty to take of each other.” Those of you supporting us are as much a part of NPH as we are. You should feel very, very happy because thanks to you, we are making miracles every day.
Lots of love to you all!
Special Needs Program Director