“Arise, shine, for your light has come,
and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” – Isaiah 60:1
Kumi Ori Bakery opened as an experimental women’s livelihood project in 2011. It came out of our heart to serve women in difficult situations by providing a safe home and meaningful work that will allow them to earn a living. Above all, it is an opportunity to share the love of Christ with women who have been abandoned by all.
We average about 10 women at any one time. All of whom have been widowed or abandoned. Most have small children and no way to make a living.
The photo at right is Joel and Sue Garrison with the newest women we have taken in. Her husband was a drunkard who abandoned his family some years ago. He has been given up for dead.
Like the others, this lady and her two girls will live with the girls in our children’s home. Her girls will be able to attend school while she learns the baking trade.
We praise God for Kumi Ori Bakery and lives he is touching through our livelihood project. If you are ever in Kathmandu, stop on by!
Vision Nationals’ mission to plant churches, train nationals and care for orphans and widows remains the same no matter which country we are in. Our work in Nepal began in 2003 and is now overseen by Joel and Sue Garrison. For more information on Kumi Ori Bakery and other ministries in Nepal check out our Nepal page or email the Garrisons.
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