15 years in Debora

My days at Debora In 2004 I resigned from several positions, studied TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), and was sent as a VIMO (Volunteer In Mission Overseas) to the Angkola Church, one of the smallest, most isolated Batak churches in Indonesia, to Debora Home. Panti Asuhan Debora (PAD) “home of helping” is funded by Lutheran Women of Australia (LWA). Residents are orphans, have one parent, or are very poor. Debora gives them a Christian home and a secondary schooling in nearby Sipirok. LWA, you have greatly increased ...
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Rosemary Winderlich