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Welcome to

ZION CHILDREN'S HOME

I grew up in an orphanage called Love Children Home. I gained a better education and  more discipline.  I wanted to help other children like me. I want to give them hope, a better education, and a good Christian life.

Pa Pui and Sui Sui

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Zion Children Home was established in 2010 by Pa Pui and his wife Sui Sui. The campus is currently home to 35 children.

 

Pa Pui was brought to Love Children Home when he was young because of his family’s difficult living and financial situations. His father, Sa Vung, had been severely burned, and the expenses of his treatments were a major reason for their decision. Pa Pui said he is “so thankful to my parents for sending me” to LCH, where he received a high-quality education, built good character, and continued his spiritual growth. His father, along with Peter and Rebecca Thang, encouraged him to attend Bible College, which he graduated from in 2003 with a Bachelor of Theology degree. He married Sui Sui in 2004, and finished his schooling with a Master of Theology degree in 2006.

 

Sui Sui, the oldest of four children, grew up in a Christian home. After passing her schooling exams, she went on to college and earned a Law degree in 2005. After she and Pa Pui both finished their studies, they worked at Grace Children Home, the orphanage campus started by Pa Pui's mother and father.

 

Since 2003, Pa Pui had had a vision of starting an orphanage of his own. Sui Sui was very supportive of the idea; however, without the necessary funding, there was no way it could happen. He said that his vision “seemed to dim and fade” over time. Then, in 2010, with encouragement from Peter and Sa Vung, Pa Pui’s passion was reignited, and on 12 May 2010, Zion Children Home was established. He says that day was “one of the most unforgettable and remarkable days where the campus was full of joy, hope, and comfort”.

 

Pa Pui and Sui Sui have 4 children, all of whom live on the Zion campus. Their campus goals are summarized in Ephesians 4:15 - “...growing in every way more and more like Christ”. In their free time, Pa Pui enjoys playing tennis and soccer, and SuiSui enjoys playing badminton.

 

In addition to the support they receive from sponsorships, the Zion campus also runs a pig farm and a car rental service. Continuous prayer requests for the campus include good health, wisdom and knowledge, and to grow with the will of God physically and spiritually.

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Contact us to learn more about Pa Pui and Sui Sui, Zion Children's Home campus, and God's work that is being fulfilled there.

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