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June Prayer Focus: Jayson

In October 2014, a precious baby boy named Jayson was admitted to our Xinyang Care Center. He was noticeably thin for his age and was quickly diagnosed with a cleft palate. Babies with cleft palates often have a difficult time with feeding. Thankfully, with the help of a special feeding tube, Jayson has grown significantly…

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December Prayer Focus: Xyra

  In the fall of 2013, Xyra was admitted to the Xinyang Care Center when she was just one month old. After she was admitted, Xyra was quickly diagnosed with congenital heart disease (CHD). Because of her condition, she was very small and underweight. Fast-forward a year later and you wouldn’t even recognize her! Xyra…

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October 2014 Care Centers Update

Check out the slideshow below to see what the kids at our Care Centers are up to! Click here to learn about 3 ways YOU can help support Show Hope’s Care Centers!

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May Prayer Focus: John

John was admitted to our Xinyang Special Care Center as an infant. When John first arrived, he was quickly transferred to Maria’s Big House of Hope for further evaluation. About a year later, John was able to receive life-giving surgical care from an amazing team called MedArt. These past three years, we have been privileged to…

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December Prayer Focus: Chuck

Chuck was admitted to Show Hope’s Xinyang Special Care Center in 2010 when he was just a month old. He was diagnosed with hydrocephalus as well as blindness in his right eye. For the past three years, he has received life-giving medical care and love from his nannies and nurses there. Chuck is a clever…

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September Prayer Focus: Garrick

Garrick is a sweet and happy two and half year old little boy who was originally admitted to Show Hope’s special care center in Xinyang. He was recently transferred to Maria’s Big House of Hope to provide more intensive care for a blood disorder called thalassemia. Garrick plays well with the other children in his…

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