Love Never Fails provides orphan care for girls that come from troubled backgrounds: orphaned, abandoned, and vulnerable. When they come to the orphanage, it’s like they are coming to heaven. They not only get a new home, but a new life. We employ locals within the community. We have a designated living quarters on our campus where foreign volunteers can come to volunteer their talents, and enjoy spending time with the children while serving with Love Never Fails.
When Nileshori’s father suddenly passed away, her life crumbled before her eyes. The horrors of worrying how will she eat were night and day. Today she’s at our orphanage and full of joy with staff that are trained and love her. “Thank you Love Never Fails for giving me a new life and everything I need.”
Karuna was found living in barbaric conditions on the road. Her father abandoned her as a baby, she never got to meet him. Her mom has severe health issues that limited her to provide for her family. She came to our girl’s orphanage and today she has her first ever bed, shower, clean clothes, and a new cheerful attitude of thankfulness.
Dipa’s story is a little different. Her mother and father both died on a motorcycle accident and suddenly she was left an orphan with no siblings. She lives in a state that is plagued by poverty and an orphan crisis, Orissa. We’re praying for God to provide the funding of $75K to build an orphanage in her community so we can provide her with a safe place to call home and have loving house parents to call mom and dad.
Poverty robs a child of their education, health, and hope for their future. Love Never Fails has outreach centers across India to provide children in poverty with an education, nutritious food, and a place to come to know Jesus.
Growing up with a heroin addicted mother in Section-8 housing in New Jersey, I became well acquainted with struggle. I dropped out of school at 14 feeling directionless. I turned to drugs and was incarcerated at age 15. By the time I was 16 I was shot at 3 times. Life was scary and I had lost hope.
God radically saved me at the age of 19. Through God’s grace, I went from GED to Ph.D. and graduated from Rutgers University. The brokenness of my past, my story of redemption, and an Indian couple at Church who opened my eyes to the suffering of orphans in India led me to discover my calling to India. Thanks for visiting our website. Please keep us in prayer and join us as a partner if God has put India on your heart.