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Love Of Vietnam Expressed

 Helping the Poor & Needy

1 John 3:16-18 NKJV: By this, we know love, because He laid down His life for us. And we also ought to lay down our lives for the brethren. But whoever has this world's goods, and sees his brother in need, and shuts up his heart from him, how does the love of God abide in him? My little children, let us not love in word or in tongue, but in deed and in truth.


Official Newsletter of L.O.V.E.

April 2019


In March, on the trip to Vietnam, Mrs. Silvia and her family visited their sponsored children in LOVE/G4kids program. Silvia is one of our long-termed generous sponsors, who visited us the 1st time with Mrs. Birgit (Chairwoman of G4kids program) and some other donors some years ago. On this return trip, she brought her family to show them the beauty of Vietnam’s landscapes and to meet with their personal sponsored children. They have been supporting 3 children - one boy and two girls for a couple of years. Their short visit split into 2 afternoons. On one afternoon, they spent time with the sponsored boy, Minh Hoang, and his mother in Happy Yacht restaurant. They were talking and having a nice dinner with lots of delicious Vietnamese food there.

And on another sunny afternoon, Silvia and her family met with their sponsored children, Minh Ha, Minh Hieu and her sister Minh Han. After a little time giving gifts and talking together at LOVE’s office, they moved to Aisia Park where they had a joyful time playing games, taking pictures, having dinner and taking a ride on Sun Wheel. The meeting finished with shopping at a clothing store. Here, Silvia bought the girls some more gifts such as jeans, T-shirt, jacket and dress before saying goodbye to them.

Meeting with Minh Hoang and his mother

Having nice dinner

And taking a picture when the city on light

Meeting with two sponsored girls and their sister

So many bautiful places in Asia Park for taking pictures

Silvia with the girls

In fornt of Sun Wheel

Enjoy playing games

Having dinner


In Vietnam, students will normally have final tests in May and for college students in June or July. March and April will be the time that they need more investment in extra classes and make their efforts to finish the year with a good achievement. To support them, we gave them extra donations as an extra class fee or a school fee, which surely showed them that we and sponsors are always next to them.

A Ngao


Thuy Nhung

Thao Vy


Y Ngon

Thu Nhat

Thanh Van


“A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.” (Proverbs 11:25 NIV)

Hurray!!! A new bicyle ….*-*

A household basket for Cuong’s family

For Duyen’s family

Joy to get stipend

Binh with new study desk

Milk and calcium for Huong

A new calculator for Dung

Sponsors Needed

Right now, there is a needy child living in poverty who is waiting for a caring person like you. We have many children who need sponsors.

To see these children or to fill out an application go to our web site by clicking child. Without your help, many of these will not finish school. For just $30 a month you can see that the child you choose will break the cycle of poverty by getting a good education, better food, clothing, and shelter. For more information about these children or an application form, you can also contact Reggie.

Please pray that we can find sponsors for all our children and put your prayers to work by sharing the need with your church, Sunday School Class, civic club, etc.


Share your love and faith

These children urgently need sponsors who will support a child for $30 a month or the whole family for $50 a month, and will pray for them, write and encourage them.


Please Sponsor me!


Luong Thi Nhu Quynh


Hai Chau, Da Nang


March 25, 2000



School Level:

1st year of 4th year

School Achievement:


Major subject:



Da Nang University of Teaching

Desire profession:

Tourism Industry

Father's Occupation:


Mother's Occupation:


Family Income/mo.:


# Children in School:


# Living in the Home:


About me: At present, my 3 siblings married and are living with their own families in other towns. My parents are living alone in our hometown, Quang Nam province and do mostly the farming work, but my mother is the main worker since my father suffers arthritis and after-effects of the accident. The income from the farming is very low and hardly enough to support me with my study and accommodation in Da Nang city. This is my 1st year of 4th year at university, I have been taking a part time work as a cleaner at a local restaurant after classes to earn some more money but it barely meets the needs. I definitely hope to receive help from the organization so that I can keep on my study and then graduate from my university.

Family members:

  • Luong Dinh Hoang (1964) – Father

  • Dinh Thi Phuong (1964) – Mother 

LOVE’s note: A child sponsorship is highly recommended.


(Luke 14:13-14 NIV)  But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous."

(Prov 31:8-9 NIV)  "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy."

Contact LOVE

Sponsor a child

If you live in Europe, please contact our sister-organization www.G4Kids.de

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God bless you for your prayers and financial support for the children!


Reggie & Bảo Chi

w/ Hannah & Anna

and staff

Left to right: Dong and Hong (front row),
Nha Ca, Tho Tho, Phuong (back row)

Left to right:  Anna, Reggie,
Chi & Hannah

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