Support Widows and Children in Nigeria

Campaign Created by: Panupan Sriautharawong

The funds from this campaign will be received by Panupan Sriautharawong.

Monthly Goal: USD $1,500
Raised this month: USD $0
Total Raised: USD $ 200

My name is Adekunle Adewola, pastor of Agbala Ise Iyanu Evangelical Ministries church in Ogbomosho, Nigeria.
An important mission of ours is helping the widows, children, and orphans in our local community.
We are poor in material wealth, but rich in Christ. We know that 
real family does not come from blood, but the brothers and sisters in Christ standing beside you when no one else is. We urgently request your support today.

God bless you 🙏



The Agbala Orphanage Home is located in Oke Araada, Esanaje Ogbomosho along Old Oyo Parked road. Founded in 2017 during my evangelism to the hamlet of Iresa, Oko, Tewure, and other nearby villages, Agbala has been the home of hundreds of orphans where every homeless child is welcomed. Togetherness is our main strength and we're trying to maintain this togetherness throughout and to all the children, and not only that, but alongside their parent(s) as well, many who are widows because their husband passed away or abandoned them to take care of the children alone. It's our strong sense of belonging and commitment to each other that matters most to us.

The Agbala Orphanage Home is trying its best to help provide the kids with a future by giving them as much education as possible. At Agbala, every child's physical, emotional, and educational needs are top priority. We employ an individualized approach giving each child the unique framework he or she needs to succeed.

As of April 2021, we are taking care of 25 children, a majority of who are under five years old, and most of them have been living at the orphanage since they are "days old babies". The orphanage has cared for hundreds of children who have grown up to become God-fearing productive members of society. We have two people assisting us in day-to-day activities. Two people taking care of the babies, a hired bus driver (we pray God will bless us with a bus of our own one day), and someone with my wife overlooking the progress, ensuring that everyone taking part is committed to their duties. The rest of the routines are conducted by the older orphanage children helping the younger ones. The little ones are not only observing, but also learning in the form of working along with the older ones in their efforts to be self-sufficient and independent to themselves in their later years.

In Nigeria, there are a lot of homeless children roaming the streets. Our aim and objective are to give a home to this group of less fortunate children and show them the love, care, and understanding that every child deserves. Unfortunately, the space we have now is limiting us from taking in more children because it's rented. There's an urgent need to move to a more permanent home equipped with modern facilities to make life more comfortable for the children. It's also important we have safe drinking water at the orphanage, and in the future, we have plans to build a medical clinic that will not only serve the children at the orphanage but the community as a whole. You can help make this vision a reality by donating to our cause.


We Have a Trustworthy Guide
January 9, 2023
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Jesus will lead us through life’s joys and sorrows—and into eternity.

Psalm 32:8-11

In my office is a print of the Lord Jesus standing behind a young man and pointing ahead. Jesus’ hand is on the man’s shoulder, and I imagine Him saying, “This is the way we’re going. I’ll get you to the destination.” Although the road will be marked with both joy and suffering, the Lord leads His followers all the way to their eternal home.

It takes honesty to admit that we’re ill-equipped to go through life alone—in our own strength, limited knowledge, and human reasoning, we simply cannot be sure our decisions are wise. Thankfully, the Lord is willing and able to guide us if we’ll let Him. To fall in step with God, follow His lead by regularly spending time in His Word and applying biblical principles in your life.

For those of us who follow the Lord, eternity in heaven lies just beyond our last heartbeat. And that’s where our Savior is leading us. The path may not be clear to our eyes, but Jesus is guiding us there with a steady and sure hand. Our part is to follow in obedience so that when we reach heaven, we’ll hear the Father say, “Well done” (Matthew 25:21).

Hold My Hand
January 9, 2023
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With this in mind, then, I kneel in prayer to the Father, from whom every family in heaven and on earth takes its name, that out of the riches of his glory, he may grant you strength and power through his Spirit in your inner being, that through faith Christ may dwell in your hearts in love. Ephesians 3:14–17

Lord our God, we have gathered in your sight. We thank you that through your words you have given something of your very self to help us be your disciples, your children, who stand firm in faith and trust throughout our lives, whatever our lot may be. Help us in these times, and when days grow difficult and full of grief, hold your people securely in your hand. Help us to be firmly rooted in faith, however dark it is on earth. You can give us strength and courage; we can do nothing in our human strength. But the power of your Spirit can renew us, make us alert, and fill us with lasting joy. For we are your people, your children, and when held in your hand, we can rejoice in spite of all grief. Amen.


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