Finding the Way Back – A mission to give back to orphans and underprivileged

Vietnamese Adoptee Jason Kayser continues his journey and shares through this amazing blog.

Thankyou Jason.


Vietnam Reflections – March 2017

What’s there to say after a trip like this?

There are so many stories, sites, sounds, smells and experiences I could not write down.  So many “Divine Appointments” and “GRT (God Right There)” moments that if I were to jot them all down, there would be too may pages to read.

So many emotions.
So many shed and choked back tears.
So many people looking for the Way, the Truth and Life…

Numbers don’t always tell the story, but they do tell some of it (read the earlier blog posts for more):

22,000 –> Vietnamese Dong to $1 USD
18,000 –> Miles traveled
1,954 –> Pictures taken
170 –> Gallons of clean water per day provided by the Sawyer water filters to Vietnamese villagers
100 –> Families recieving meals every month by the Tiny Hearts of Hope program and Pastor Tuyet

80 –> Vietnamese orphan children being rescued in My Huong’s Orphanage Centres
78 –> Vietnamese Hmong tribal orphans being rescued in Pastor Nguyen’s Hope Centre
65 –> Hours spent traveling to, from and within Vietnam

60 –> Percent recovery rate for Pastor Trung’s drug rehab program (vs. 1% in other programs)
15 –> Days in the trip (in which Julie masterfully took care of the home, thank you!!)
6 –> Disabled Vietnamese who now live independent lives through Peter Stone’s Company of Grace
6 –> Former drug addicts who now have laptops and basic computer literacy skills

1 –> Lord and Savior we all desperately need to receive by grace to free us from our bondage

Practically speaking, how do we engage to bring the millions to the One?  In the next several months, I’ll be continuing to interact with and collaborate with many in Vietnam on how to take Spero Group’s mission tangibly to Vietnam:

“Because of The Spero Group, underprivileged people in Vietnam, Moldova and Ukraine will be discipled in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and will have market relevant skills.”

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