Adoption, Orphan Care, Russia, Sasha's Story

Sasha’s Joni & Friends Interview: Adoption, Abortion and Disability

Hello friends of Ting Ministries! I was blessed to share my story as an abortion survivor and Russian adoptee with Joni and Friends! While some may have seen the interview on social media, I wanted to share it here as well for others who may be interested. I pray it blesses families touched in any way by adoption, abortion, orphan care, caregiving or grief. You can listen at the link provided and browse our website to learn more about my story and Ting Ministries’ work with families around the world.

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Jeny is Home with Jesus

Dear friends
We need your help! I have written about little Jeny previously. She had stage 4 cancer and was one of our children in our Tin Tin’s Care Feeding Program. Some of you helped us to purchase medicine for her.
Last night she went into the arms of Jesus.
Her family and the Tin Tin Team are grieving. The loss of a child is devastating as some of us know all too personally.
Her family is very poor and they have no money for burial. My goal is $500 to help her family bury their precious baby girl.
Can you help me to help them?
Thanks ❤️ 💔
You are loved precious Jeny – now let’s love her family.
With any donation just put in the memo – Jeny
Ting Ministries
29 East Poplar Street Lebanon Pa 17042
Psalm 46:7
Pakistan, urgent

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Destructive Floods Leave Families Stranded in Pakistan

Ting Ministries Team in Pakistan has many families in a region in which we directly work reach out to us asking for help to rebuild but even more urgent…FOOD.
THEY NEED FOOD and we can get food to them but funds are needed to purchase food to hand deliver to these families.
Second prayer request and need in the same region is an elderly woman who had come to us asking for help for surgery. Ting Ministries Team can get her to a hospital and get her the help she needs but we need your help.
Please prayerfully consider helping our Team in Pakistan meet these urgent needs.

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By Check: Ting Ministries, 29 East Poplar Street, Lebanon, PA 17042

We would love to share in person if you would like to know more about Ting Ministries International teams and on the ground ministries.
Thank you!
Proverbs 31:8-9

At Great Cost: Ways to Help in Pakistan

The Gospel is being share at great cost to many.
These photos are just a small snapshot of some happenings in Pakistan! Ting Ministries Team in Pakistan needs your help to continue to share the Gospel and to meet the daily growing needs.
Prayers are urgently needed for 2 new believers and their families who are now being persecuted and need to be moved to safer locations. The locations are already secured but funds are needed to move them. Some of the photos included in this post show a new believer in Jesus sharing the Gospel with friends or family.
Some homes need to be rebuilt and hopefully with better materials so the flooding rains will not so easily wash everything away. Fires also ravage through homes built with sticks and grass. Any help provided will help us to purchase better materials and start the rebuilding process.
Medical needs like the one shown below are met sometimes on a daily basis. The hole in his foot is slowly beginning to heal with treatment paid by kind supporters. Please help us to continue to meet needs like this and many more including young mothers who have no access to medicine for themselves or their young infants. Just yesterday a young girl who is employed by the Tin Tin House and had been a former slave laborer was ill and Ting Ministries’ Pastor rushed her for medical care. Without the help of kind supporters this would not have been possible.
Help Ting Ministries in Pakistan
Ting Ministries
29 East Poplar Street Lebanon Pa 17042
Mark 16:15
And then he told them, “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.
Thanks for the prayers, the shares and any support!
Pakistan, urgent

‘Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus: Flooding In Pakistan Destroys Homes

1 Corinthians 12:26: If one member suffers, all suffer together
‘Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus,Just to take Him at His WordJust to rest upon His promise,Just to know, “Thus saith the Lord!”
Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him!How I’ve proved Him o’er and o’erJesus, Jesus, precious Jesus!Oh, for grace to trust Him more!
I’m so glad I learned to trust Him,Precious Jesus, Savior, FriendAnd I know that He is with me,Will be with me to the end.
Oh, how sweet to trust in Jesus,Just to trust His cleansing bloodAnd in simple faith to plunge me‘Neath the healing, cleansing flood!
Yes, ’tis sweet to trust in Jesus,Just from sin and self to ceaseJust from Jesus simply takingLife and rest, and joy and peace.
Heavy rains in Pakistan have devastated some local regions where our pastor and front line workers travel for ministry. Families’ homes have been destroyed, leaving only a pile of rubble behind. Have we forgotten what it means to trust in Jesus? Certainly, when the sun shines, when all is well in our world – then we may trust in Jesus! When the work to be done is fulfilling- then we say, how sweet to trust in Jesus!
Yet, how sad the times we think we are fulfilling the service of the Lord when in truth it be our own sense of self-importance, our own need for spiritual thrill, and not the daily duty of giving of our own resources of time or finances. (Surely, we face the temptation to tell ourselves, the illustration of the rich young ruler is just that – an illustration. A moral story, not one in which our Lord expects me to participate.)
And when the floods arise, when tragedy occurs….how can it then be sweet? How can we trust Jesus? These questions we ask when the Lord is bidding us only come to Him. This is the sweet attitude demonstrated by this well-known hymn.
There is another obedience – a walking alongside the one who suffers. This obedience is quiet; it is not one for which there is much attention. Indeed, one may not even know you are accompanying them – except as an answered prayer. How beautiful in the eyes of eternity.
What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.  James 2:14-17
When faced with a need, it is an opportunity for us to walk alongside our brothers and sisters who suffer. How we respond will determine the sweetness of our trust in the Lord. The beauty of walking in this obedience? If we take Him at His Word and rest upon His promise, we, through the invisible bonds of the Holy Spirit, encourage and comfort our brothers and sisters to do the same.
Thus, through our individual watering of obedience, around the world a garden of faith blooms.
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Written by: Sasha