“The Refuge” 

"The Refuge" is a children's home for middle and high school age kids ages 10-19, run by Hebrew and his wife Ser Ne Gay along with their twin girls. Outpour Movement partnered with Hebrew in 2008 to build and develop a children's home to welcome children who were coming from desperate situations in conflict zones in Burma/Myanmar.

"These are kids who have experienced first hand the tragedy and chaos of racism, and war. The father is restoring them to be the change their country needs."

Every child that has come to live in our children’s home wants to use the education and training they receive to go back into poverty, and war torn areas of Burma and help their people. We believe that these children represent the next generation of ministers, evangelists, doctors, teachers and politicians that will shape the future of Burma.


3 WAYS TO ENGAGE

 

PRAY FOR OUR KIDS..

: because it moves mountains and breaks oppression!

 

INVEST INTO LIVES!

: because they are the HOPE of a NATION!

 

SHARE THEIR STORY..

: because it's also yOUR STORY..

 


THE GOAL:

$35,000 to provide yearly for needs at "The Refuge" children's home.  

"The Refuge" is a family style home that was previously located in Mae La refugee camp for people who were fleeing the violence and oppression in Burma. By God's grace and favor we were able to move our kids into a new home outside the refugee camp in 2013 with greater freedom and educational opportunities. 

"The Refuge" home is in Mae Sot Thailand.

THE GOALS OF "THE REFUGE" HOME...

  1. Model Godly, family love and values.

  2. Nurture discipline and a love of learning.

  3. Teach sustainable agricultural practices, and Bible studies..

  4. Equip our kids to return and serve their own people in Burma.

  5. Begin to ready our kids for ongoing education. 


DONATE VIA PAYPAL

or send a check payable to:

                                                                                                           Kingdom InC.

4480 S Cobb Dr

Smyrna, GA 30080

 

                             Please write "Refuge" in the memo line of your check