At Within Reach Global, we have an incredible partner ministry that we have been working with for many years. The Father’s House at Love For The Poor is home to nearly 20 Chinese orphans who are being raised up in a godly environment.

These orphans are the invisible children of China. They do not have birth certificates, medical records or anything proving their existence. Each orphan does not even know when their own birthday is.

These orphans are the invisible children of China. They do not have birth certificates, medical records or anything proving their existence. Each orphan does not even know when their own birthday is.

Within Reach Global has been reaching college students at The Hub and The Bridge outreach centers, then providing an opportunity for them to sow their lives into the needs of their own country by helping the orphan kids at Father’s House. It has been an exciting partnership.

That’s why I wanted to do a live video broadcast with Dan Silva from Love For The Poor and give a shout out for the crowdfunder they are doing to raise $20,000 for a noodle truck social business.

Miss the live broadcast? Check out the replay here!

All my live video broadcast replays can be found on my Blab profile here.

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Caleb’s Noodle Truck will be the catalyst for breaking the chains of poverty among orphans and underprivileged communities.

Will you consider supporting this worthy cause? Make a donation on their crowdfunder here!

David Joannes
Founder/President at Within Reach Global
David Joannes is the co-founder and president of Within Reach Global, Inc, which serves the advance of the Gospel in some of Southeast Asia’s most difficult places. He is the author of The Space Between Memories: Recollections from a 21st Century Missionary. David has a love for language, culture, and creative writing, and for the last 20 years, he has witnessed God’s Kingdom established in forgotten parts of the globe. David lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand, with his wife, Lorna, and their daughter, Cara.
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