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Category "Thailand"

How ZOE Is Rescuing Every Child

December 17, 2018

How ZOE Is Rescuing Every Child by Lori-Ann Tsang Sometimes, the best things we do in life are the things we do proactively.  Especially, when we plan for, anticipate and then are able to save a life or prevent a tragedy or make sure those entrusted to us are safe.  A lot of what we […]

freedom

December 6, 2018

Freedom By Jessicah Ray, PA-C Why is a diagnosis of human trafficking important? Human trafficking is internationally recognized as a public health problem with over 40.3 million victims identified, and with one-quarter of those being children. (Dovydaitis, 2010, Fink-Samnick, 2018). In response to this global epidemic, hospitals and clinics are joining the mission to end […]

Teachers Who Inspire

November 27, 2018

Teachers Who Inspire by Andrea Cross The teachers at ZOE are hard-working, kind, patient, dedicated, professionals that help to steer children’s lives in a positive direction.  These teachers help create an environment where students feel safe, are able to concentrate, and develop into independent learners. Every teacher needs professional development—in the form of practical training—so […]

So, Come

November 26, 2018

So, Come by Andrea Cross After a hard day at school or work, the location where we are free to be ourselves: to laugh, to cry, to reflect, to process and acknowledge our emotions and thoughts, is our home. Usually we can try to ‘hold it together’ when people are relying on us, when we […]

Thankfulness is ZOE Culture

November 20, 2018

Thankfulness is ZOE Culture This time of year we are reminded to ponder the things we are thankful for.  God has called us to be continually thankful which is something we should all strive to do.  Although Thanksgiving is an American Holiday, the act of ‘thanksgiving’ is very much Kingdom culture and also ZOE culture. […]

Internships Off Campus

November 15, 2018

Internships Off Campus by Lori-Ann Tsang We firmly believe that God “knows the plans He has for our children… plans to prosper them and not to harm them, plans to give them hope and a future.”   We not only believe this for each of the children in our care; we believe this for every […]

Recently Rescued Youth

November 8, 2018

Recently Rescued Youth by Lori-Ann Tsang ZOE fights for the rights of children who have no one else to fight for them. The children that we rescue come from a range of backgrounds, including being orphaned; on the market to be sold; directly rescued from being labor slaves, begging slaves, and sex slaves or having […]

Barista Training in Full Effect

October 1, 2018

Barista Training in Full Effect by Andrea Cross I admit it; I’m probably a little bit of a fussy coffee drinker. I’m not knowledgeable enough about all-things-coffee to be called a coffee-snob but high maintenance enough to not just drink anything.   I know people who can drink any type of coffee: filtered, drip, percolated, […]

Sowing Tears Into Japan

August 24, 2018

Sowing Tears Into Japan Last month, ZOE Japan sent their very first Japanese short term missions team to ZOE Thailand. Below is a beautiful testimony of one of the members that joined the trip. I left ZOE Thailand having shed tears, yes. But the tears I shed were not the tears I expected. Psalm 126:5 […]

What’s your role?

August 13, 2018

What’s your role? by Abigail Jennerson “I dive for passion and always wondered if it would have purpose. Last two weeks was what I prepared for my entire life.” This is a quote from a British cave diver who, last month, found the 11 boys who were trapped in a cave in Thailand. If you […]

Missionary Quarterly Meeting

June 25, 2018

  Missionary Quarterly Meeting by Andrea Cross Once each quarter, the missionaries in Thailand get together for a day to worship together, have devotions and hear testimonies about what God is doing throughout all the different departments, areas and countries that ZOE is involved in. It’s a highlight for most of us because so often […]

ZOE from a Missionary’s View

May 30, 2018

ZOE from a Missionary’s View Interview: Lori-Ann, ZOE Missionary It’s about this time of year when in the office, the desks start to empty and the workspace gets a lot quieter. Where is everyone? From about the months of May through to the end of July, many of our missionaries take their annual trip back […]