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Love Of Vietnam Expressed

 Helping the Poor & Needy

1 John 3:16-18 NKJV: By this, we know love, because He laid down His life for us. And we also ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. But whoever has this world's goods, and sees his brother in need, and shuts up his heart from him, how does the love of God abide in him? My little children, let us not love in word or in tongue, but in deed and in truth.


Official Newsletter of L.O.V.E.

October 2019



In Viet Nam, besides the school fees, one of the biggest barriers in education is often the physical act of getting to school. Some poor students have to walk a long way to school so commonly arriving late at school in tiredness.

By providing your sponsored child an extra donation for a bicycle, you can give them a safe and quick way to school and keep them in school. This has been shown to have a multiplier effect that can help to break the cycle of poverty.

THANK YOU! The gratitude can be expressed in children’s innocent smiles and youthful giggles!

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To Miss Grace & Sponsors,

      You have been sponsoring Vy and her family for 4 months now. Your first meeting with her and the other girls was in May, 2019. I remembered the meeting was short and not going really well because she was shy and nervous, it is just like the baby cries when there is a stranger come to visit the family. After talking in order to understand their personal situations, you decided to sponsor Vy because her family is the neediest one among the girls, and because she is smart and loves to study English and Math and playing keyboard. Thanks to your sponsorship that her younger sister has more milk to drink when she is hungry, her mum is with her and she will stop crying then. Tuong Vy and her other younger brother have a better chance to study now and to seize a good education. Her parents are less worried about their family’s finance because at present, the father is the mainand only earner in the family. Your job as a flight attendant of Singapore Airlines helps you to travel around the world, meeting thousands of people, and you will obviously see the sky, the rainbow, the storms everyday. But you have to keep smiling  even when you are having a bad day personally or your passengers keep complaining.

     Among the many things we did together in the second meeting, you did take time to draw Vy’s face from the many color pens you brought, and she took time to draw your face too. It is not an easy job for both because you are not talented for it. This is a good example to illustrate what a sponsor would do to help their sponsored child. You wholeheartedly use your experiences, visions, letters, money and above all, your heart to invest for their future, to help them gradually get out ouf their poverty. Yes, we meet people not by accident and of course everything definitely needs time and investment to get it done. It is just like the little baby girl cried when she saw us the very first time but after taking time to hang out with her and the family, and showing how much we love them; when we left, the baby girl did happily smile. It is a joy at the end of the day.

From LOVE staff - Nam Phuong

Also, WE would like to thank you Miss GRACE for bringing donations from her two friends, Ms. LEE WAN ER ( EVELYN) and Ms. FOO YEE WAN ( YVONNE).

Your donations are tremendously helpful for our Humantarian Mission which will be held yearly on the occasion of Christmas, a time of loving and giving.

Sponsors Needed

Right now, there is a needy child living in poverty who is waiting for a caring person like you. We have many children who need sponsors.

To see these children or to fill out an application go to our web site by clicking child. Without your help, many of these will not finish school. For just $30 a month you can see that the child you choose will break the cycle of poverty by getting a good education, better food, clothing, and shelter. For more information about these children or an application form, you can also contact Reggie.

Please pray that we can find sponsors for all our children and put your prayers to work by sharing the need with your church, Sunday School Class, civic club, etc.



Share your love and faith

These children urgently need sponsors who will support a child for $30 a month or the whole family for $50 a month, and will pray for them, write and encourage them.


Please Sponsor me!


Huynh Thi Ngoc Tuyet


Lien Chieu


May 17, 2006



School Level:


School Achievement:

Average (grade 6)

Favorite subject:


Favorite Pastime:

Skip rope

Number of Siblings:


Father's Occupation:


Mother's Occupation:

Street vendor

Family Income/mo.:


# Children in School:


# Living in the Home:


About me: I’m the oldest child in a family of five. My parents got divorced when I was 6 years old and my brother was 3. Afterwards, my mother had another man and they have 2 sons. However, they have broken up too. At present, my mother alone has to manage to feed and bring up 4 of us. All five of us are now living in a very cramped mildew rented room. Every day I help to take care of my youngest brother, 7 months old so that she can go sell rice cakes in the street. My two youngest brothers are still so little, and they often get sick due to not having enough food and nutrition. I sometimes even think of quitting school to go to work and support my mom, but she doesn’t agree for me to do so. Please reach your helping hands to me and my family then I can continue my educational road. Thank you so much!

Family members:

  • Phan Thi Cuc (August 10th, 1982) – mother
  • Huynh Ngoc Khang (October 27th, 2009) – brother – grade 5
  • Phan Ngoc Dinh (February 2nd, 2017) – brother
  • Phan Ngoc Duong (February 9th, 2019) – brother

Pictures of house:

LOVE’s note: A family sponsorship is highly recommended.

Christmas Needs

L.O.V.E plans to go to a mountainous district of Quảng Tri Province to bring warm clothes, blankets and food to approximately 100 families in the Bru minority group and hold a Christmas Party with gifts for nearly 100 poor children there.

If you're interested in making a donation for Bru poor families ($20/1 basket) and Bru children ($10 each), please make your tax deductible ministry gift to "Love Of Vietnam Expressed" and send it to the address below.  Make sure you write on the memo of the check "Bru families " or "Bru children"


With only a gift of

$20 (help a basket for 1 poor family or 2 gifts for children),

$40 (2 poor families or 4 children),

$200 (10 poor families or 20 children)

you can help us purchase more gifts for the poor families and children who are waiting to receive joy and helpful gift in Christmas season.  The happiness perceived in the eyes of these poor is the greatest joy you can give. By providing them with a household basket and a Christmas gift you are ensuring to share them about God’s love and giving them hope for a brighter future.


(Luke 14:13-14 NIV)  But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous."

(Prov 31:8-9 NIV)  "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy."

Contact LOVE

Sponsor a child

If you live in Europe, please contact our sister-organization www.G4Kids.de

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f Vietnam Expressed as your charity.

Tax - Deductible Ministry Gifts

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God bless you for your prayers and financial support for the children!


Reggie & Bảo Chi

w/ Hannah & Anna

and staff

Left to right: Dong and Hong (front row),
Nha Ca, Tho Tho, Phuong (back row)

Left to right:  Anna, Reggie,
Chi & Hannah

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