Kind Samaritan Orphanage is located in Ukraine. What joy the children expressed as they received their One Touch Snuggle Pillows. They were encouraged to use the pillows as their special meeting placed with God. Each one was assured that as they lay their head on their pillow every night, prayers are being said especially for them.
These children commonly struggle with a sense of abandonment. Either their parents were addicted to drugs, were abusive, incarcerated, or deceased. Whatever the situation, they were left by those who should have loved them most. As they received each pillow, the children were reminded of how much God love them, as well as what His Touch can do for each of them." -Dan & Barb Ho, ministers to Ukraine who helped make this project possible.
Apple in Pattaya hugs her One Touch Snuggle Pillow with the reminder that One Touch from God is greater than all the world can offer. Thank you Monica Miller for your ministry in Thailand.
One Touch Pillowcases were distributed to Confident Children out of Conflict in Juba, South Sudan, by Jennie Joy.
"Before giving the grits their pillows, I read them a story about a Sudanese girl who talks to Jesus at night about her problems. We discussed the story, then I gave them their pillows and explained to each individually the three-fold purpose of One Touch pillows. The girls range in age from 3 to 17 years. They are all part of CCC's program because they are street children - roaming and often sleeping on the streets where they fall prey to all kinds of abuses."
- Jenny Joy
"When you're on your bed at night, I hope you remember to talk to God. Yo ucan talk to Jesus just like He's your best friend. Your pillow is a great place to meet with Jesus and tell Him anything that is inside your heart. Also, remember that lots of people are praying for you and asking Jesus to bring you near to Him. God love you, and people around the world are praying for you. Always remember that one touch from God is greater than all the world can offer."
-From the book Jennie wrote for Sudanese children in their own language