Jangan lupa bahagia.. Don't forget to be happy... ♡♡♡ The last week I've been feeling really flat but I think today and after having a heart to heart conversation with Jenny last night I know that I need to turn my focus onto different things that fill me up rather than make me tired and down. I need to start realising that I am only young still and have my whole life to grow stills that others whom and older already have.. I need to realise that I need to be learning off those around me with more experience and not be jealous and rather be inspired by their giftings from God. And Jenny has been really pushing me go build my confidence in myself and with people around me, and it's something I've struggled with all my life but kak said that confidence grows and it takes time but if I start now the journey will be great to a more confident me.. I need to try in who God is in me and through me so that I can do the best work possible and love, laugh, bless and praise the best I can.
♡♡ This afternoon we will be heading up to the orphanage to hangout with the kids, not to teach just to hangout like friends.. which I'm keen for because it's important to build not just a strict teacher student bond but make it more of a friendship between two friends. That way they will what to learn more and it will be easier to learn, as I learnt through my highschooling becoming friends with our amazing teachers made it so much easier to learn and it made me want to learn more and more. Tonight we will also cook at the orphanage.. we did a big shop at the traditional market this morning. So many veggies and fruits and then Gede (The owner of a villa here in Jembrana) will bring a stack of fish from the fishermen on his beach and we will cook them fish, rice and veggies. It will be such a blessing for them because some days they just eat rice with seasoning, so as we eat luxury foods everyday we better well remember we are blessed so much by God because there are kids here just eating rice.. but this is why we need to help, this is why we need to donate and go on missions so we can remember that we are blessed to bless, so today remember you are blessed by God... so bless others
Today is my last day of fundraising for my comedy rap album campaign "Character Flaws".. Thank you to everyone that supported and contributed to the project!! Much love!
You can reserve your copy and help produce the project by contributing by clicking on the link on my bio. Part of the proceeds will also benefit @angels_2_angels A non profit that assist orphanages with providing children with education, nutrition, safety and we'll being. Below is the link. Thank you for the support and being part of my vision.. Album art by @dlartphoto
*Yuk.. Berbagi lewat PANDU Yatim*
PANDU yatim (Penyantunan Donasi Anak Yatim) adalah salah satu program yang dicanangkan oleh Yayasan Amanah Ummat Muslimin (YAUM) Cirebon.
Dana yang berhasil dihimpun dan diserap oleh YAum dari agan agan sekalian kami distribusikan dan didonasikan kepada anak-anak yatim.
Kemarin, 19 April 2018 tepatnya pada pukul 16.00 WIB, YAUM telah menyalurkan donasi kepada 20 orang anak yatim yang ada di Kec. Kejaksan, acara ini diselenggarakan di Mushola An-nur kel. Kebon Baru, dari 20 anak yatim itu ada 9 anak yang berasal dari kelurahan Kesenden.
PANDU yatim ini dihadiri oleh ust. Maman selaku ketua Mitra YAUM yang ada di wilayah Kecamatan Kejaksan, selain itu dihadiri pula Bapak Herman selaku tokoh masyarakat serta para wali dari anak yatim.
Kebahagiaan terpancar diwajah para anak yatim ini, ketika mendapatkan hadiah yang diberikan oleh YAUM. Semangat belajar dan mengaji senantiasa mereka tanamkan demi menggapai cita-cita serta selalu mendoakan orangtua yang tak lagi membersamai di dunia ini. Namun, besar harapan mereka untuk bertemu kembali di akhirat sana. Semoga Allah mengabulkan, memudahkan setiap langkah menuju cita-cita yang mereka harapkan.
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The story of Foyer – continued. Guesno and Majorie Mardy have been hands-on and very involved in the care of their 100+ children at Foyer for over 17 years now. They know each child by name, and know their individual personalities, quirks and challenges. The care and nurturing of the children at Foyer is a labor of love; the Mardys could not continue to provide for the kids without the generous and thoughtful support we get from our friends. Today, we thank YOU! For more information on the story: www.foyerdesion.org
Last week, we were able to bring a yoga teacher, Amber Phipps, to City of Angels to lead a yoga class for the kids! They kiddos really enjoyed it and even Joe got in on the action :) Our mission at Unity 4 Orphans is to minister to the whole child and help them heal from the inside out. Your continued support of Unity 4 Orphans allows us to bring in special education teachers, therapists, and even yoga instructors to help give these children a brighter future. Become a sustaining donor of U4O today - click the link in our bio! @cityofangelschildrensprjct
🍕If you’ve got any graduation parties coming up, here’s a great deal on pizza 🍕! Arizona friends, get 40% off online orders with coupon code scc403. 10% of your purchase will be donated to Mother’s Without Borders! Woo-woo 🎉 They run a school and orphanage in Zambia. Most of their parents died of AIDS, and too many of these kiddos were born with AIDS. Let’s make a difference, one 🍕 at a time. 🍕🍕🍕🍕P.S. If pizza 🍕 isn’t your thing, but you still want to help, you can always make cash donations. The link is in my bio. 🙏💕🤗 @motherswithoutborders #motherswithoutborders#makeadifference#humanitarian#justserve#dogood#bethechange#aids#orphans#zambia
#food parcels were to delivered to the most needy #families#widows and #orphans on behalf of our #donors in the #Batley office
Thank you all for your continued support
RAMADAN 2018 is coming and we are delivering #aid in 22 countries this year alhumdulillah
Rayad Emrit is a cricketer from Trinidad and Tobago who plays for the West Indies. He is an all-rounder who is a right-handed batsman and right-arm Bowler. Rayad made his One Day International (ODI) debut against India in 2007 and made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut against New Zealand in January 2018. He has also captained his native Trinidad & Tobago side as well as Guyana and Barbados in domestic cricket. Rayad has a highest score of 113 not out and best bowling figures of 6 wickets for 34 runs.
Rayad told us that he started off playing windball cricket as a child within his father's team in El Dorado where he grew up. He faced many obstacles to become a cricketer including starting out as a reserve for a long, long time and also recalled the challenges of Cricket being an expensive sport especially in relation to having the right equipment. He told us: "I remember my dad had to throw a sou-sou (A kind of community collection), to purchase my first cricket bat, which up to this day I still have." Rayad said his family sacrificed in many ways to get him to where he is today and were always supportive, although he mentioned his mother wasn't sure about him playing cricket and not furthering his education.
Rayad told us that raised in a home, where faith in God was a part of everything, he learned from a very young age that nothing is impossible with God. That belief served him well, when in 2014 he dislocated his right shoulder and was told that he may never bowl again. Rayad said "it was probably the toughest time in my career, to have a doctor telling you that. I prayed every single minute of the day and also my physio at that time Oba Golston had me in the clinic seven days a week for two months straight. I could never forget how tiring and stressful that was but I knew that God was by my side every minute. My wife as well as my family always believed that I would get back on the playing field sooner rather than later". Rayad certainly did comeback and more than that, he ended up as the leading wicket taker in 50 over cricket for Trinidad & Tobago in 2015. (Read the full story on Facebook at ‘Fight for the Fatherless 2017’)
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Doing another shameless charity plug! This time it is for an orphanage that rescues orphaned and vulnerable children that I have worked closely with over many years. The goal is to raise $3,000 to help cover a trip down there (the trip is for completing repairs and building projects), as well as to raise additional funds to keep the place running. Even if you do not know me personally feel free to direct message me if you are interested in helping! The Go Fund Me page is here:
Reaching out for someone to hold...
What a long way a little physical touch goes in this country. They are all just looking to be loved. 💚 Will you donate ? Check the link in our bio to check out some of the fundraisers we have going on. #ruro#reachupreachout#love#jesus#uganda#africa#orphans
Check out our most current Kerus Newsletter to learn more about our Safe House, the highlights from our lastest mission team of women and the 10th anniversary of our Kerus Go Amogela Orphan Care Center! If you'd like to receive our Newsletters let us know by website, phone or email.
See the link below.
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There are times in my life whereby I have been touched deeply by some experiences. One of these was when I worked with some deaf orphans in Uganda.
Meeting these children and serving them has brought a deep compassion and a great desire to see every child as I can to feel loved, wanted and protected.
My personal lifetime mission is to reduce the amount of children living on the streets throughout the world! No child should ever feel unloved, unwanted or unsafe! This is the first of many projects that I can and will do something about it.
One way I can help with my personal legacy is by sharing a gift for others to enjoy and bring awareness (and raise money) to the cause and also hopefully bring inspiration, light and positivity- that is through sign language.
I ask that you would help this cause by giving generously to the following link:
Thank you for making this come true!
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO LEARN YOUR FAVOURITE SONG FOR YOU OR A LOVED ONE?
Perhaps as a birthday or romantic gift for that someone special in your life.
Contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Again please donate generously for these children. Thank you. #Everychildloved#Deaf#Signlanguage#Orphans#Lionthemovie#Bringhimhome ##lesmiserables#alfieboe#Values#Mylegacy#Reachthechildren#Justgiving
Please pray and consider partnering with us as we near the end of phase 1 in owning our property. This land is more than a beautiful piece of property. It will be a place that will help create sustainability, provide a loving home to orphans, enable job creation, and most importantly be a place where HOPE is felt by all who enter. Please invest in the vision by clicking the link in the bio.
Most frequently asked question: How will the property create sustainability? Answer: Due to the property being water front we have the ability to eat and sell fish. There is space for a garden and chicken coop to eat and sell vegetables, spices, eggs, and chicken. There are already almond and coconut trees to eat and sell. A reverse osmosis system is already onsite that pulls water in from the ocean and can fully filter into clean drinking water for drinking and to sell. It will be a place were full time missionaries can escape for a weekend at a low, fair rate. It will house mission teams from various organizations at a low, fair rate. The opportunities are endless. We believe that one day those living on site can be fully independent, free of sponsors and foreign aid. What a glorious day that will be!