Family, Language, and Joe–Closing Thoughts

Family, Language, and Joe–Closing Thoughts

Thank you for listening to this series. This is my attempt to communicate more about the dignity of every human life, and also the crucial role of the family in society. It was also my attempt to learn Cantonese…try try la! Hong Kong has problems, but so does...
Family, Language, and Joe #008–Come around

Family, Language, and Joe #008–Come around

This was a very special Chinese New Year for 8-year-old Keyuan. On February 10, the Yap family in Singapore adopted him. This was his first New Year with his new family! Keyuan now has a sister and two brothers, and a mother and father who love him very much. Mr. Yap...
Family, Language, and Joe #006–We all look different

Family, Language, and Joe #006–We all look different

Courtney Westlake is an American mom with 2 children, Connor and Brenna. Brenna has ichthyosis, which makes her skin bright red. In this article, Courtney writes about the questions that children usually ask when they see Brenna. Then she shares several things she...
Because of the ongoing civil unrest in Hong Kong, Asia for Life is taking this season to invest in projects that will prevent violence, chaos, and despair. Until Summer 2020, this website will have fewer updates than usual.

Because of the ongoing civil unrest in Hong Kong, Asia for Life is taking this season to invest in projects that will prevent violence, chaos, and despair. Until Summer 2020, this website will have fewer updates than usual.

This city has always had an unusual degree of liberty, and has long supported Christian ministries and fundamental human rights initiatives throughout Asia. That's why it's urgent that Hong Kong maintain its freedoms, and hope for the future.

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