To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes
Wendy C. from Show Hope arrived in Beijing this month to accompany baby Bryant to Israel for heart surgery. After a full assessment there, the surgeons decided that they would be doing him a disfavor by trying to correct his complex heart condition. We are thankful for the doctors there, such as Dr. Aki Tamir, Head of Pediatric Cardiology (pictured below) who gave of their time and expertise to assess Bryant’s condition. Our only hope for him now is a family who would be willing to adopt him with all of his medical issues. We are trying hard to advocate for this and hope that it will happen as soon as possible. Please keep him in your prayers as we trust God for His will in Bryant’s life.

This month we had the pleasure of a return visit from Dr. and Mrs. Lim. The Lim's are faithful friends of Hope and always willing to step in when extra help is needed. They spent a week with us in Beijing followed by a week at Maria’s Big House of Hope in Luoyang.
We also had the pleasure of hosting a group of high school students from Dulwich College Beijing who stayed with us for a few days this month. In addition to playing with the children, they helped clean the preschool room, washed all of the kids’ outdoor toys and play equipment, pulled weeds, and painted mobiles for the babies’ nurseries.

Five ladies from the US, led by Laura Pelley, spent time here in our home in Beijing as well as MBHOH in Luoyang. They played with the children and helped with scrapbooks during their visit. In addition to their group, we had two Show Hope teams visit MBHOH this month.
Lastly, this month we welcomed three new volunteers who will stay with us for varying lengths of time through December. Stephanie H. and Emily K. are from the US and Alison S. is from England.
“Trusting God brings life. Believing brings rest. Stop trying to figure everything out, and let God be God in your life.” Joyce Meyer

Director/ Founder
News of Hospitalizations and Surgeries

Annalise and Lorenz went to Beijing then traveled to Hong Kong for surgery with MedArt, but Lorenz needed to return to Beijing to wait a little longer before he could have his surgery.  Bryant went for surgery in Israel, but as stated above, he needed to return to us in Beijing without surgery.  Christopher-Lee was admitted in Luoyang then soon needed inpatient treatment at the local Children’s hospital.  Garrick was sent to the local hospital and returned doing well.  Kurt was hospitalized but returned doing much better.  Lakyn was sent to Hangzhou for heart surgery.  Laurel went to the Henan Provincial Hospital for heart surgery and returned doing very well.  Maitland was admitted in Luoyang and needed urgent surgery.  Mariana needed to be hospitalized again but returned doing much better.  Mavis was admitted in Zhengzhou and was transferred urgently to MBHOH for further care and surgery preparation.  Meileigh needed to return to the local hospital for inpatient treatment.  Steven came back from the hospital but again needed to return for inpatient treatment and surgery.  Shirley needed a brief hospitalization in Beijing.  Simeon needed to go to Suzhou for urgent surgical evaluation. 
News of Confirmed Adoptions and Our Hopes for Adoption

We found out DA Ran was adopted a while ago.  We are very pleased for her!  Eleanor-Grace and Charlotte left Beijing for their orphanage to prepare for upcoming adoptions.  Grace left Beijing for adoption.  Sid was adopted.  We are so thankful these children have families!

News from Hope Healing Home in Beijing

Laurie returned from the hospital and was transferred to MBHOH for further care. FS Chun, XC Li, LU Xia, LU Xue, ZJ Ying arrived safely from MBHOH.  XC Gang returned safely from heart surgery.
News from the four Special Care Centers in Henan Province

These centers provide humane and loving medical and hospice care for infants and young children with a range of congenital defects who many times are unlikely to survive under normal circumstances.  Those who survive are great blessings.
1. Jiaozuo Show Hope Special Care Center

Dalton was admitted and transferred to MBHOH for further care.  Keehn was admitted.  Winslow returned from his hospitalization doing well.  Wendy arrived from MBHOH to wait until she can go for surgery.  Brian needed to return to the orphanage.
2. Maria’s Big House of Hope in Luoyang, a Show Hope Special Care Center

Leaf, Annabelle, and Enoch were admitted.  Knox returned from the hospital doing much better, and Ysmael returned from surgery.  Addie returned doing very well from Suzhou after an extended stay.  Jessica-Hope returned from heart surgery doing well.  Pierce, Compton, and Darkon arrived from the Zhengzhou Special Care Unit.
3. Xinyang Show Hope Special Care Center
Ellajoy was admitted then transferred to MBHOH for further care.  She sadly passed away, but we are thankful for our time with this precious girl.  Easley was also admitted.  Yeda needed to return to the orphanage.  John arrived back from MBHOH. 
4. Zhengzhou Show Hope Special Care Center

Jianna, Siam, Snyder, Casson, Laurel, Elesha, Urihah, Ziggy, Beatrix, Scout, Flint, Fairlight, and McKinnley were admitted.  Cailan again was admitted into our care.  Shannen and Prairie returned from MBHOH.  Fynn and Gus returned from surgery.  Rheja, Quade, and Deanna needed to go back to the orphanage.  We grieve that Shailey passed away.
Our Thanks
A big thank you to all those keen golfers from the BBOIGT (Beijing Oil and Gas institute) who not only had a great golf tournament but also raised over RMB 50,000 for the foster home.
Thanks also go to those who responded to our appeal for the new unit in Nan Yang, especially A & J who sponsored one of the children’s rooms. We really do appreciate all the support that everyone gives us.
Lastly, we’d like to thank one of our faithful supporters, Sylvia Huxtable, who even though she is in her 70’s is still willing to go to Hong Kong to look after our babies while they are having surgery. During this trip she will be there for over 2 months.
Our Needs
As colder weather is drawing near we will again be buying coal for this winter. It will cost around $15,000 USD. If you would like to help with this, it would be appreciated so much.
We are still in need of general donations towards the running cost of our Beijing unit (approx. $75,000 USD/month).
Nan Yang
The renovations are well underway in our new Nan Yang unit; we hope to open in December. This unit still needs rooms to be sponsored. As of now, we have one family who has sponsored one of the children’s rooms, but we do need to have more rooms sponsored to finish the project. Please e-mail for more details.
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Travelers Needed
We are in need of travelers from the US, UK and Australia to Beijing to help bring in much needed supplies for our children. None of these supplies are “restricted items” and do not have to be declared at customs. The items will be mailed to you within the country. New Hope Foundation staff will be at the airport to pick up the supplies in Beijing. If you able to help or know of other travelers who are willing to help please contact the following:

a) From the US: Rebecca Dorris, Tennessee, Phone: 615-371-5221

b) From the UK: Jennifer Drake, Surrey,

c) From Melbourne, Australia: Topsy D’Cruz  
Address: 18 Sassafras Dr, Lower Templestowe Victoria  3107, Australia.
Phone: 03 98504339 Mobile: 0400585379

d) From Sydney, Australia: Susan Mukundan
Phone: 02 94888101    Mobile: 0414 911 309