What if you had twin babies and not enough milk to feed them both? How would you choose which one to keep alive?

In impoverished countries, it’s not uncommon for one twin to thrive and the other to die. Sometimes parents are uneducated about the importance of regular feedings, so if one infant sleeps more or is weaker, the “noisy” one gets fed more often. Sometimes in desperation a parent neglects one child to keep the other alive.

Although sometimes the help comes too late, your support enables us to provide nutritional products and teaching that saves the lives of hundreds of children.

“As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby.” 1 Peter 2:2


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