To Comfort always, to Relieve often, to Save sometimes
Dear Friends,

As you will all know this has been a very difficult time for all of us here at New Hope Foundation and for our family. We have gone from planning Joyce’s funeral after the massive bleed /stroke that she had on the 24th of June to today, watching her walk around the room (with help) and sit for long periods in an upright position with no headaches. She still has a long way to go and we look forward to her being less confused mentally as time goes on.

My first thank you must go to God for not taking her home yet and in the words of Steven Curtis Chapman’s song  â€œOnly getting started”, “ you ain’t seen nothing yet” seems to apply to Joyce’s future.

Next are the staff and management at the Beijing United Family Hospital. They have amazed me with the care and love that they shown Joyce during this time.

Then there are the wonderful staff we have at New Hope Foundation who have confidently stepped up to make sure that every baby in our care get the sort of treatment that Joyce would have wanted. It will be a long time before Joyce is able to take over the leadership of NHF but I know she will be very proud of everyone here when she takes back over.

The prayers and messages of support from you all have really helped me thru these times that I will not pretend have been easy. Thank you all.

For me as a Christian my trust has been in Jesus to walk thru this with me, and he has in so many different ways through circumstance and resources, but most of all even when I was at my worse was the peace inside me that I felt. There is an old gospel song by Barry McGuire and the words go like this:

Walked a mile with pleasure
She chattered all the way
Left me none the wiser
With all she had to say
Walked a mile with sorrow
Never a word said she
But oh the things I learned from her
When sorrow walked with me

For me I have learned that there is absolutely nothing that can separate me from HIS love.

Robin, Joyce & all our Family
Our Needs

This month we have run very low on funds for the Beijing Unit we do not even have 1 months running costs in the bank. If you feel that you would like to help us build this up a little it would be a blessing. Our budgeted running cost for Beijing is US$65,000 per month on top of that we have some substantial medical costs which we need to meet.

Baylor was admitted into the hospital for heart surgery.  Trenton was admitted into the hospital for liver and bile duct surgery.  Baldwin was given cleft lip surgery in another city arranged by his home orphanage.  Harvy arrived in Hong Kong for evaluation and treatment of his complicated condition by MedArt China Orphan Outreach.  Please pray for him!  DL Han and ZR Chan were admitted for cleft surgeries.

       Baylor            Trenton           Baldwin             Harvy              DL Han          ZR Chan

Hope Healing Home, Beijing

Maya returned from surgery in Hong Kong by the faithful MedArt China Orphan Outreach team.  GM Xu, Kirsten, and Chester were admitted.  Landon, Chester, and Truett were brought to Beijing from Maria’s Big House of Hope.  Leah returned from heart surgery but needed to return to the hospital urgently where another surgery was needed to stop a dangerous complication.  She is doing very well now.

Confirmed Adoptions and Our Hopes for Adoption

We are very excited to see eight children go for adoption this month or to have confirmed a prior adoption!
               Arrayah                   Ivar Brix                     Elisa                     Harith
                  Jace                      Marco                  Marisol                  Summer

NHF Special Care Centers Jiaozuo, Luoyang, Xinyang, and Zhengzhou, Henan Province: these units provide humane and loving, hospice care for infants and young children with severe congenital defects who are unlikely to survive under normal circumstances.  Those who survive are unexpected blessings.

Jiaozuo (Show Hope Special Care Center)

Harmony was admitted then brought urgently to Luoyang where she had surgery at the local hospital.  Rose arrived from Beijing after finishing her heart surgery.
Luoyang (Maria’s Big House of Hope)

Luxley, Sonja, Eisley, Trenton, Kaden, Somerset, Kalel, Pollyanna, Carriane, and Kaley were admitted.  Alex and Liam arrived from Beijing.  Kynleigh, Pleydell, Laurence, Somerset, Carriane, Pollyanna, Danielle, and Zelda needed to be admitted to the local hospital.  Suri, Zeke, Violet, Pleydell, Russell, Danielle, Laurence, and Kynleigh returned from their hospitals and surgeries doing well.  Sutton was admitted then died peacefully.  Huck, Lyric, and Gaylen also passed away.  Samuel, Nayla, and Sebastian returned to their orphanages.

Xinyang (Alexandra Yeo and Open Arms Children Foundation Care Center)

Garrick was admitted then needed urgent inpatient care.  He is doing well now.  Harlow, Lemuel, and Yeda were also admitted.  Sophie also returned from Hong Kong after extensive testing.  Philip, Xander, and Kenya returned to the orphanage.

Zhengzhou (Show Hope Special Care Center)

Monette was admitted.  Quentin returned from the local hospital.  Lianne returned from Maria’s Big House of Hope.  Sophie Joy returned from Beijing after her heart surgery.  Yalisaa returned from surgery doing well but suddenly passed away during her morning nap the next day.  Caiden died.

Love Without Boundaries Heartbridge Rehabilitation Unit (18 beds)

Ryan was admitted to the local hospital for a worsening illness.  As mentioned above, Marisol was adopted.  We could not be more pleased for this special girl.

Ryan                                   Marisol
With our deepest gratitude,
Joyce and Robin Hill
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Travelers Needed
We are in need of travelers from the US, UK and Australia to Beijing to help bring in much needed supplies for our children. None of these supplies are “restricted items” and do not have to be declared at customs. The items will be mailed to you within the country. New Hope Foundation staff will be at the airport to pick up the supplies in Beijing. If you able to help or know of other travelers who are willing to help please contact   the following:

a) From the US: Rebecca Dorris, Tennessee, Phone 615-371-5221

b) From the UK:  Jennifer Drake, Surrey,

c) From Melbourne Australia: Topsy D’Cruz Email:  Address: 18 Sassafras Dr, Lower Templestowe Victoria  3107, Australia. Phone: 03 98504339 Mobile: 0400585379

d) From Sydney, Australia: Susan Mukundan Email:  Phone:  02 94888101    Mobile:   0414 911 309
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