Sunday morning, October 11, the group worked together to clean and repair the bamboo dormitory at a nearby orphanage. Mrs. Kathalene cares for 65 children at this orphanage she operates. Daily operations at the orphanage were smooth before COVID-19, but visitors and donors have not been able to visit since then.
That morning AIU students could be found all over the orphanage. Small groups could be found repairing and cleaning the kitchen, student dormitories, and nursing room. Others helped set up a water tank.
Helping out in the Bong Ti community was a great outreach experience for the students and staff. We want God to be glorified as we tell others about Him and show Him through our actions. And we want to continue to inspire our students to be good members of society and the community they find themselves in.
We are thankful for God’s providence and protection throughout this ministry project. These activities could not have happened without the AIU church’s help and the university’s approval. We are convinced that all efforts given will produce fruit and grow in due season, and that God will bless His proclaiming gospel through outreach ministries.
Report by: Apinan Kamthornpitak (AY advisor)