This is my third year making service trip to China. My experience and feelings vary every year. Since I have seen many visually impaired students in each annual service trip, and we often communicate and chat online, I look forward to every service trip to China as if I am returning to see my hometown… Continue Reading Embracing God’s Blessings Every Step of the Way
May 20th 2017 was a very exciting day – Rainbow Missions held its first-ever fund-raising Walkathon named “Walk in Love” with an aim to express our willingness to walk together with the disabled children in China. Although we cannot fully comprehend the difficulties in their daily lives, one of the activities — to walk blindfolded… Continue Reading Walk in Love
Bella became blind when she was eight years old. She could sense light, but she could not see anything. In 2010, she suffered from lupus erythematosus and became infertile; her husband decided to divorce her. She fell to the bottom of her life. She was physically and mentally exhausted with her weak body and huge… Continue Reading Step by Step
Guest blog by Tina Eng… I have joined a short-term service trip “STST” organized by Rainbow Missions. On March 11-12, I attended the “STST” training retreat. Did I get to know the team members? Was there any homework? Did I learn about the kids we were going to visit? The answer to these questions is… Continue Reading What did I like the best?
Rainbow Missions is going to host a first ever Walkathon event on May 20. Our fundraising team is so excited about the event. Even though it involved a lot of preparation work, such as finding sponsorship, designing posters, creating a promotion video etc., we had fun during the planning process. Let’s see what our team… Continue Reading Rainbow Missions First Walkathon Event Team