Meet the Children: Joshua Boys' Home - Global Hope

Meet the Children: Joshua Boys’ Home

We’d like to introduce to you to some very special boys! Each of them has a tragic story to share; one of poverty and hunger, of losing a parent, and of not knowing where he will sleep or get his next meal. But now — for these boys — that is not their whole story.  Now their story is one of love and safety. Now their story is of a warm bed and full stomach. Now they live in Joshua Boys’ Home!
Every day these boys experience God’s provision in tangible ways through a house mom who cooks them meals and helps with their homework, who hugs them and makes sure they have clean clothes to wear. Since coming to live at this home, the boys have learned how to pray, read their bible, and put their trust in God.
We invite you to be part of this story. Become a Global Hope Godparent by sponsoring one of these boys for only $39 a month. Just click on the sponsor button by a boy’s name. This will take you to our online giving page. Include the child’s name in the Comments at the bottom of the form. To fully fund Joshua Boys Home, we need 3 Godparents per child. If the child you choose is already fully sponsored we will assign you another child in need. Learn about the boys below and choose your child to sponsor! Questions? check out our FAQ PAGE

 

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Joshua Boys’ Home

P Sridhar 
Sridhar’s father was an abusive alcoholic. Then, when Sridhar was three years old, his father abandoned the family. Sridhar came to Joshua Boys Home because his mother was unable to provide for him. Sridhar enjoys life at JBH, especially the delicious food his house mother cooks! He wants to become a police officer when he grows up.
Sai Teja
Sai Teja’s father died in a tragic train accident in 2007. To make ends meet, Sai Teja’s mother began a job as a vegetable vendor but was still unable to care for her two sons. Instead of abandoning Sai Teja, he came to Joshua Boys Home. Sai Teja does well in school with his favorite subject being math. He wants to be a software engineer when he grows up.
B. Tarun
Tarun’s mother died when he was four years old. Unable to cope with his responsibilities, his father then abandoned him so Tarun came to live at Joshua Boys Home. Tarun loves to sing, read, and listen to bible stories. Science is his favorite subject in school and he scores high marks. When he grows up he wants to be a police officer.
Vamshi
Vamshi’s father died in a tragic road accident when he was four years old. His mother couldn’t make enough money to care for her three small children so Vamshi came to Joshua Boys Home. Vamshi works hard to get good grades in school and loves math. He wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Thanneer Saaketh
Saaketh’s father was an alcoholic and left his family when Saaketh was just a year old. His mother couldn’t care for her two small children despite working as domestic help so he was accepted into Joshua Boys Home. Saaketh likes to sing and dance and play games with his friends. He also enjoys going to school.
Harish Raj
Harish came to live at Joshua Boys Home after his father died and his mother could not care for her three children. Harish enjoys going to school where his favorite subjects are math and Hindi. He loves to play with his friends. When he grows up he’d like to be a police officer.
M. Harsha Vardhan
Harsha’s mother died when he was six years old. His grandparents took care of him for several years, but due to their old age, found it increasingly impossible. They brought him to Joshua Boys Home. Harsha is an excellent student and at the top of his class. His favorite subjects are math and science. He enjoys playing with his friends in his free time.
Raphel Jyothi Kumar
Raphel’s father left before he was born and his mother was mentally ill. She was often violent making her unfit to care for her son. Raphel is thankful to be living in Joshua Boys Home where he is loved and well cared for. He works hard in school and his favorite subject is social studies. When he grows up he wants to be a pastor.
Akhil Nayak
Akhil’s father was abusive and left his family when Akhil was three years old. His mother was unable to feed and care for him or send him to school so he was brought to Joshua Boys Home. Akhil enjoys playing games and singing. He is glad to be in school with his favorite subject being English. He wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Nandha Kishor
Nandha’s father was an abusive alcoholic and drove the family into debt. He then abandoned them and left Nandha’s mother unable to provide for her children. Nandha is thankful to be at Joshua Boys Home. He is working hard in school and he enjoys playing games like Khabbadi with his friends.
Hari Prasad
Hari Prasad’s father abandoned the family when he was four years old. His mother tried to make a living but could never make enough to provide for her children. He was brought to Joshua Boys Home where he is very happy. He loves the good food and learning Bible stories with the other boys. He wants to be a software engineer when he grows up.  

 

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