Children 1 - 10

K. Vijay Kumar
9th grade,  14 years old, Nov 16, 2008

K Vijay Kumar is a merit student who is in the top of his class in the 9th grade. 

He was brought to Our Father’s Home Ministry (OFHM) from the surrounding tribal areas. His father who is addicted to alcohol abandoned the family. His mother is poor and sick. She left her children at OFHM because she cannot care for her children by herself. 

When he grows up, he wants to be a police officer and serve God in the surrounding unreached tribal areas. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like law enforcement. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

G. Venkanna
2nd year degree, 19 years old, Nov 11, 2003

G. Venkanna’s story is common in this area of India. His parents owed a debt they could not pay. They became brick slaves to pay their debt. The situation was too much for his father to bare. His father eventually committed suicide. Because of the debt and the loss of her husband, his mother took her 3 kids to the orphanage and left. She never returned. 

When he finishes school, he wants to become an electrician.

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

K. Karthik
6th grade, 11 years old, Mar 6, 2012

K. Karthik is in the 6th grade.  

He is from the nearby tribal areas. His father died and his mother married another man. She left him at the orphanage so she could start a new life without him. 

He wants to be Pastor when he complete his college studies. There are many people in the tribal areas who have never heard of Jesus. The tribal areas need people who love God to become pastors and share the love of Jesus and the Word of God to the people in the tribal areas. .

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

G. Pravalika- 7th class– 12 years old

G. Pravalika is in the 7th grade. 

In addition to her studies, she is a very good brick slave to help support her very poor parents. Her parents work in a brick factory where there are no nearby schools. So, her parents brought her to the orphanage so she can attend school. 

She wants to be a nurse when she finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like medicine. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

G. Prasad – 10th class –16 years old

G. Prasad and G. Venkanna are brothers. 

G. Prasad’s story is common in this area of India. His parents owed a debt they could not pay. They became brick slaves to pay their debt. The situation was too much for his father to bare. His father eventually committed suicide. Because of the debt and the loss of her husband, his mother took her 3 kids to the orphanage and left. She never returned. 

When he finishes school, he wants to become a pastor and do whatever God leads him to do. The tribal areas need people who love God to become pastors and share the love of Jesus and the Word of God to the people in the tribal areas. .

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

S. Anu Radha– 10th class — 16 years old

S. Anu Radha is in the 10th grade. 

S. Anu Radha and her brother came to the orphanage when her mother left them to be with another man. Their father is mentally handicapped and cannot care for them. 

She studies hard and does very good with her school work. She wants to be a nurse when she finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like medicine. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

K. Durga– 7th class– 12 years old

K. Durgas is in the 7th grade. 

She lives at the orphanage because her father died and her mother is sick. Her mother brought K. Durgas and her sister to the orphanage. 

She wants to be a nurse when she finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like medicine. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

T. Moses— 6th class– 11 years

T. Moses is in the 6th grade.  

He is from the nearby tribal areas. His parents are followers of Jesus. He lives at the orphanage because his father died and his mother married another man. She left him at the orphanage so she could start a new life with her new husband.

He wants to be a teacher when he finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like education. 

 When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

G. Mani Durga– 7th class– 12 years

G. Mani Durga: his parents are working brick factory where there is no school so he is with us and he wanted to find good paying job when he finish his studies, good kid.

G. Mani Durga is in the 7th grade. 

His parents work in a brick factory where there are no nearby schools. So, his parents brought him to the orphanage so he can attend school. 

He wants to find a good paying job when he finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God and will serve others in important jobs. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

D. Barnabas– 8th class— 13 years

D. Barnabas; tribal kid whose father died in family problems, he is killed and mother is a believer and have been sick so he is with us, he grown troubled boy but now with us and studying, he wanted to serve God when he grows

D. Barnabas is in the 8th grade. 

His father was killed. His mother, who is a follower of Jesus, is very sick and cannot care for him. His mother brought him to the orphanage where he would be cared for by people who love God. When he was brought to the orphanage, he was a troubled child. Now, does well in school and is growing in his faith in Jesus. 

When he finishes school, he wants to serve God. The tribal areas need people who love God and will serve others in important jobs. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

Children 11 - 20

11. N Puspha Latha– 7th class– 12 years

N.Pushpa Latha: her parents died when she was 2 years old, her old grandmother took her to us, she is studying and wants to have a good job

N Puspha Latha is in the 7th grade. 

She lives at the orphanage because her parents died when she was 2 years old. Her grandmother brought her to the orphanage. 

She hasn’t decided what she wants to be when she finishes school. She is studying hard so she can get a good job when she is older.  

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

12. G. Appanna– 7th class- 12 years old

G. Appanna, a brick kid who is not able to speak well, is sent out to school, pray for him.

G. Appanna is in the 7th grade. 

G. Appanna’s story is common in this area of India. His parents owed a debt they could not pay. They became brick slaves to pay their debt. There are no schools close to the brick factory. His parents brought him to the orphanage so he can attend a nearby school. 

He is not able to speak well. Therefore, he struggles in school. He needs financial support as well as prayer that he will grow up and become a productive member of society.

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

13. G. Rama Durgayya- 7th class– 12 years old

G. Rama Durgayya: his father got an accident and both hands and back bone is broken not able to work and mother left him with 3 kids, he known the lord so we take care of his 3 kids in OFHM Orphanage. he wanted to teacher.

G. Rama Durgayya is in the 7th grade.

He and two of his siblings were brought to the orphanage because his father was in an accident and broke his back and both of his hands. His mother left his father to be with another man. His father is a follower of Jesus and took the children to the orphanage because he could not care for them. 

He wants to be a teacher when he finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like education. 

 When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

Food and clean water to help them grow.

    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

14. R Venkanna– 5th class- 10 years old

R. Venkanna: his father got an accident and both hands and back bone is broken not able to work and mother left him with 3 kids, he known the lord so we take care of his 3 kids in OFHM Orphanage. he wanted to be doctor

R. Venkanna is in the 5th grade.

He and two of his siblings were brought to the orphanage because his father was in an accident and broke his back and both of his hands. His mother left his father to be with another man. His father is a follower of Jesus and took the children to the orphanage because he could not care for them. 

He wants to be a teacher when he finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like education. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

Food and clean water to help them grow.

    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

15. N.Veera Durgayya 10th class– 18 years

N Veera Durgayya: Brick slavary kid somebody feed and send him work but we do delivered and sending him to school completed 10th this year and wanted to continue college studies, he wants to be police

N. Veera Durgayya is in the 10th grade.

His is a brick slave child who has to make bricks early in the morning to help pay a debt incurred by his parents. The orphanage workers feed him and makes sure he gets to the brick factories in the morning before going to school. 

He wants to be a police officer when he finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like law enforcement. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

Food and clean water to help them grow.

    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

16. G. Sahithi– 4th class– 8 years

G. Sahithi; Father died with both kidneys failed recently and mother is not able to take care of her 3 children so we took her and her brother she is young 

G. Sahithi is in the 4th grade. 

She is at the orphanage because her father died of kidney failure and her mother is not able to care for her and her 2 siblings. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

Food and clean water to help them grow.

    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

17. D. Maha Lakshmi- 5th class– 10 years

D. Maha Lakshmi: father died of sickness, mother married somebody and left the kids with us, she is good in studies and wanted to be a nurse when she completes her studies.

D. Maha Lakshmi’s story is not rare in this area of India. Her father died. When her mother married another man, she left her kids at the orphanage to start a life with her new husband. 

She wants to be a nurse when she finishes school. The tribal areas need people who love God to serve in important jobs like medicine. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

18. T  Lokswari— 4th class– 8 years old

father died and mother is sick woman (suffering with brian tumor) sent to school and taking care at OFHM

T. Lokswari is in the 4th grade. 

She was brought to the orphanage because her father died and her mother has a brain tumor. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

19. K Durga Venkata Ramana 8th class– 13 years old

K Durga Venkata Ramana: Brick slavary kid, delivering and sending to school, good in studies, wanted to get a good job.

K. Durga Venkata Ramana is in the 8th grade. 

K. Durga Venkata Ramana’s story is common in this area of India. His parents owed a debt they could not pay. They became brick slaves to pay their debt. There are no schools close to the brick factory. His parents brought him to the orphanage so he can attend a nearby school. 

He is studying and wants to have a good job when he finishes school.

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

    • Food and clean water to help them grow.
    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

20.G. Uma Mahesh– 4th class- 9 years old

G. Uma Mahesh: (Sahithi and this boy are brother and sister) Father died with both kidneys failing recently and mother is not able to take care of her 3 kids as she has no work.

G. Uma Mahesh is in the 4th grade. 

He is at the orphanage because his father died of kidney failure and his mother is not able to care for him and his 2 siblings. 

When you sponsor a child at OFHM, you help them get better access to education that empowers them to thrive. They also get: 

Food and clean water to help them grow.

    • Medical supplies to keep them healthy.
    • Biblical training to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
    • The love of Jesus is poured over them by the faithful volunteers and staff who are motivated to serve all children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender.

We go where other organizations can’t. When you sponsor a child through OFHM or donate to one of our special needs, you also get to share the love of Jesus to the poor and forgotten who we serve.

Through it all, our staff will show God’s love by promoting peaceful and caring relationships among families and community members.

Children 21 - 30

21. G. Kiran Kumar — 7th class– 13 years old

22. D chinnayya– 5th class– 11 years old

23. G Ganesh— 9th class– 14 years old

24. G Lokesh 10 class– 15 years old

25. N.Aparna– 5th class- 10 years

26. T. Arun Kumar 9th class– 14 years old

27. N. Surya Narayana– 9th class- 15 years old

28. S. Naresh– 8th class- 13 years old

29. B. Vamsi– 6th class —- 11 years old

30. G. Vasu Kumar– 8th class– 14 years old