I love being a part of what God is doing in Ghana at Royal Seed Home. Each time I hear a story of one of the kids, it simultaneously breaks and blesses my heart. The story of baby Esi is one I thought you’d like to hear.
In Ghana, children are named after the day of the week on which they are born. Baby Esi means “Sunday born” which is the day she arrived at Royal Seed Home. Esi’s birth mother abandoned her upon delivery. Esi was left with her Grandmother who did not have the capacity to care for a baby and brought her to Royal Seed. Esi had only had water for three days and was hospitalized for dehydration. Recently, Esi had a second health battle and spent several more days in the hospital fighting for her life. Had it not been for the attentive love of the caregivers at the home who noticed she was having difficulty breathing, I’m fairly confident Esi would not have made it.
God is good all the time, and he has good plans for Baby Esi. I thank him every day for giving me the opportunity to be a part of saving children like Esi and introducing them to the love of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Please keep Esi and the other children of Royal Seed Home in your prayers. If you’d like to join us in supporting them with shelter, nutritional food, clean drinking water and educational opportunities, visit WORSHIP IN ACTION at wwww.worshipinaction.org or click the DONATE NOW button below to make a DONATION.