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Despite hostility, a Christian couple are saving China's unwanted kids

For 20 years, they have rescued and raised handicapped orphans, denied care by the state

Despite hostility, a Christian couple are saving China's unwanted kids

Tighter restrictions and growing objections to foreign adoptions have left many special needs orphans without homes in China but one Australian couple isn't letting those obstacles stand in their way.

Dr. Joyce Hill and her husband Robin left the comforts of their country to undertake a mission to bring healing and love to these precious children.

These children are special as most of them were born with various physical challenges such as heart failure, blindness and lung disease. 

Some parents end up abandoning their own children because they cannot afford the medical expense required to treat their kids. 

According to a recent report, there are as many as 50,000 special needs orphans in china and roughly 600,000 orphans nationwide. Some groups put the nationwide number at closer to one million.

This article continues at [CBN News] How One Couple is Serving God in the Heart of China

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