ServLife is excited to announce the expansion of our Nepal Children’s Home in Kathmandu. The new branch, Block B, houses nine older boys. The boys previously lived in Block A of ServLife’s Nepal Children’s Home, which will now house only girls and younger boys.
The Nepal Children’s Home began to run short on space, and the opportunity arose to open a boys’ facility within walking distance. In addition to housing the boys, the facility includes office space for children’s ministry director Udaya Bhatta and a guest room for visitors.
Currently, the home has two unsponsored children – Mahan Chaudhary and Rakesh Chaudhary. Mahan is ten years old, loves math, and hopes to be a doctor some day. Rakesh is nine years old, in the third grade, and loves sports, especially soccer and basketball. If you would like to be a part of what God is doing in the lives of Mahan and Rakesh, consider sponsoring them by clicking here.
Hey Steve, Been a while and miss talking. Say hello to April and Bella. Happy to hear you enjoeyd the stories. We have quite a few hilarious stories together with Mike H. Good times and many laughs usually at my expense but all in good fun. Patience not my forte but I’m learning. Almost all my issues are because of deformed feet. Last foot doc I saw told me I would never be fast with my feet. The doc before told me my only hope was plantar fascia surgery. Long story short I have cobblers here make me custom wedges I put between my ball of the foot and heel to fill the gap. Simple solution and it works. Take care!