Initial Choice

Most of the visually impaired people living in China work at massage parlors. Every day, they would wait for guests to arrive. The hourly rate for massage is $60 RMB ($9 USD). If they are the owner, after deducting rent and living expenses, it’s hard to know how many customers are needed daily to support… Continue Reading Initial Choice

The Rainbow Diary

Rainbow Missions was founded in 2005. In the past 12 years, our growth and the growth of our service to disabled children in China have been inseparable. Our journal has witnessed the growth of the children we care for as well as that of Rainbow Missions. On October 16th, 23rd, and 29th of last year… Continue Reading The Rainbow Diary

Christmas Giving 2016

Dear Friends & Supporters, As Christmas quickly approaches, we are reminded of Jesus, the Reason for the season, who unreservedly gave Himself for us so that we can have a relationship with our Heavenly Father who loves us unstintingly. At Rainbow Missions, as we look back at the year, we are so grateful to you… Continue Reading Christmas Giving 2016

Special Guests From China – 3

Have you read our last blog about Jing Jing? If you haven’t, you may want to take a few moments to read it first. This blog is the continuing story of Jing Jing. She arrived at her destination city in Southern China and she would start a new chapter of her life in an education… Continue Reading Special Guests From China – 3

Special Guests From China – 2

Have you ever thought what the life of an orphan in China is? How about if the orphan has some kind of disability? Last week, we talked about Kate, a special guest who has got a lot of honors from the Chinese Government and the United Nations. This week, we are going to talk about… Continue Reading Special Guests From China – 2