Dennis loves playing with his brother,but his life wasn’t always this happy. His birth parents were drug addicts whopaid little attention to their son. My mother didn’t care about me and nobody fed me. I didn’t have a bed or toys and I cried a lot. Social services eventually rescued Dennis and took him to Father’s House, aChristian Children’s Home supported by Orphan’s Promise.Dennis was wild and very frightened at first.He scratched and bit people, hehid food and had a hard time getting along with other kids, but we loved himand walked with him and over time he began to change. They tookcare of me and fed me and I had my own bed. That was nice. They also taught me how to pray. I started asking God to give me amom and dad who would be nice to me. Around that time, Luda and Misha who both worked for Orphan’s Promise, saw a picture of Dennis on a brochure. I knewimmediately that this little boy needed to be in our family. The first time wemet him, he ran to Misha! Dennis was filled with joy and we knew he was ours.Thanks to Father’s House adn Orphan’s Promise, Dennis found a new family thatloves him. He needed us, but now I realized that we needed him too. This is the happiest I have ever been. I have a family and I’m very thankful forthat..
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