Monthly Archives: August 2017

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    Ministering to Migrant Workers

    August 31, 2017 | East Asia Ministries

    In China, sixty percent of the migrant workers, also known as farm workers or peasant workers, were born in the 1980s and 1990s. We call them the new generation, and there are 96 million of them. Unlike their fathers, they are more familiar with urban life. They desire to say goodbye to their fathers’ agricultural … Read more

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    Learning to be a Better Mother

    August 16, 2017 | East Asia Ministries

      Sister Chun* (who we reported about last year) shared this with us recently:   “Every time [my daughter] Jane* was not happy, she lost her temper. Usually, I either ignored it or lost my temper because of what she did.   Today, she got angry and lost her temper again. I struggled for seconds. … Read more

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    Ministering to Street Women

    August 15, 2017 | East Asia Ministries

    Street women are at a high risk for HIV, especially the cross-dressers (men dressed up like women). Most of them don’t use condoms if they have to pay for them themselves. These are examples of walking invisible people that live in every city. No one sees them, and no one looks at them with compassion. … Read more