My family is relatively large, and I have eight other siblings. My father does not have a stable job, and yet he likes to drink and smoke. To help the family, my mother is usually at work in Malaysia and she has not been back for the longest time due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.
When we were young, many of my siblings and I were cared for and grew up in COS Immanuel Children’s Village (COSI). I found true love from God’s servants and missionaries who showed genuine love and care for us. I accepted Jesus Christ as my Saviour during a village evangelistic ministry outreach. I learnt to love other children in COSI even though I had never met them before. I like children and believe that they need love and salvation as much as I do. After I graduated from COSI, I proceeded on to COS-Youth Hostel (COSY) and subsequently Post COSI Integration Programme (PCOSIIP). With the help of COSI, COSY, and PCOSIIP, I eventually graduated with a university degree in Clinical Laboratory. Now, I am pursuing my dream to be a Medical Laboratory Nurse.
I have volunteered in the Sunday School programme at Hope House. At Hope House, I see children whose lives reminded me of my own. This motivated me to work in Hope House with the children for sometime. Hope House is a learning centre where poor children from the slum area can acquire knowledge, and receive love, care and hope for their future.
Children should not be lonely; they should be joyful in Jesus.
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