In Jesus' Name Love Her: Nov. 2015 Issue

All Girls Allowed is excited to present to you the latest issue of our bi-monthly e-journal, “In Jesus’ Name Love Her”! The e-journal contains testimonies and prayer requests recorded by our field workers, who work tirelessly to serve families that are affected by China’s population control policies or are at risk of gendercide. In this issue of “In Jesus’ Name Love Her”, you will read stories of courageous mothers who chose life for their babies, learn how to pray for families in our Baby Shower Program and Orphan Care Program, and have the opportunity to offer a helping hand to a 2-year-old girl who is under critical condition after mistakenly drinking a cleaning agent at home.

 

We hope that this short journal would give you new insights to the work of our ministry. If you enjoy reading it, please feel free to pass it on to your circle of friends! Many blessings to you in this holiday season! 

 

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All Girls Allowed (http://www.allgirlsallowed.org) was founded by Chai Ling in 2010 with a mission to display the love of Jesus by restoring life, value and dignity to girls and mothers in China and revealing the injustice of the One-Child Policy.  “In Jesus’ Name, Simply Love Her.”




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This year, the world woke up to the horrors of the One-Child Policy.

 

Why? Because stories of forced abortion jolted people out of apathy. When Chinese officials kidnapped 23-year-old Feng Jianmei and aborted her baby on June 2nd, her sister-in-law photographed the graphic aftermath and posted it online to seek justice.

 

Chinese citizens viewed these stories online and responded in outrage. Feng Jianmei’s name is widely known in China, where millions of people have posted online about her story.

 

It is our hope...

Today's post is a guest blog post by Heather Miller.*

 

 

I am 21 years old, and the first 14 years of my life were spent in a prison -- a prison of sexual abuse by my birth mother, father, older brother and several other family members.  Every day I feared for my life. Once, some cousins did report the situation to protective services, but I was too afraid to talk. My...

Feng WangBrookings-Tsinghua Center & Cai Yong, Fellow, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina

 

The Brookings Institution

September 24, 2010

 

Thirty years ago today, in what appeared as an open letter to members of the Communist Party and the Communist Youth League, the Chinese government announced publicly its “one child per couple” birth control...