The drews: hong kong

Damaris & Ulli and their three children - Jana, Benjamin and Jack - live in Tai Po in Hong Kong and have been working with the St Stephen’s Society (founded by Jackie Pullinger) for over 20 years. They currently help to teach and support teenagers and their families who are in trouble. They also run one of the local congregations in Tai Po, and help to train parents to raise healthy, well developed kids. They help to run parenting groups, sensory play days and love to see people freed and healed from long struggles through the power of what Jesus did on the cross.

CMI Asia: South East Asia

CMI Children
In China the mission is to support the HIV+ children by providing education, vocational training and internship opportunities; to reunite families after education; to find adoptive families and local Chinese foster families; to support the local elderly home; to continue their outreach to the Bai homes in their village with classes for kids, weekly home visitations and discipleship with new believers.
In Vietnam, they support former Sozo staff who are actively reaching out to the marginalised and disabled in the city; they are beginning training in elderly care to open a small home for the poor; weekly Bible study is held and growing with former Sozo staff and others in the community and support is given children’s shelters.