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Tag: China Healing Home

New Healing Home Education Program in China

In 2023, we were able to make the gift of education a vital new part of our Healing Home program in China. This gift allows some of our older healing home residents the chance to grow their minds while receiving the nurturing care and medical attention that their little bodies need. Ten school-aged children participating […]

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20 Years of Hope: Mason

In 2019, Mason was born with Down syndrome, and as sometimes is the case with children having this condition, he also had a heart defect. We were truly grateful that his orphanage director reached out to us for medical assistance. Baby Mason joined us in our China Healing Home when he was almost six months […]

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20 Years of Hope: Bekah

In late 2012, LWB was contacted about a toddler girl with a complex set of heart issues. Her orphanage in China had originally hoped she could be adopted and that surgery could be delayed until that time, but her low oxygen levels and repeated bouts of pneumonia let them know that she couldn’t wait any […]

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20 Years of Hope: Cayden

In February of 2015, we received a call from an orphanage who had a baby in severe distress fighting to survive.  He had a large laryngeal cyst on his neck and was struggling to breathe and swallow. We immediately took him to the hospital and named him Cayden. Following surgery and treatment for a nagging […]

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20 Years of Hope: Yong

A little over ten years ago, the director of an orphanage in rural China reached out to LWB for assistance. A boy in their care was suffering from a fast-growing facial tumor that was affecting his ability to swallow, chew, and breathe. His name was Yong. Yong underwent a battery of tests, and much to […]

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20 Years of Hope: Tobias

Tobias was born in 2018 with a medical condition called anal atresia. With this condition, the anal opening is either blocked or missing altogether, making it terribly difficult (or even impossible) to expel any food that is taken in. Sadly, this led to Tobias’ abandonment and early life in an orphanage setting. Although anal atresia […]

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20 Years of Hope: Mya

In January 2018, LWB was contacted by an orphanage that had just received a newborn baby in critical condition. Baby Mya was severely dehydrated and struggling to breathe. We immediately rushed her to a top children’s hospital where she was diagnosed with a condition known as Esophageal Atresia (EA). EA is a rare congenital birth […]

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