By Sally Lam-Phoon
WORKING TOGETHER: A group of disabled folk at the training center in Selenge Khotol put their newly acquired skills to work.Seminars focusing primarily on challenges facing women—health issues, poverty, abuse, work opportunities, computer literacy—are offering hope and help to the many people who are attending, particularly those who are disabled. The classes are also resulting in numerous Bible studies, and a group of 16 people is meeting each Sabbath at Selenge Hospital. Five people have been baptized.
LEARNING MONEY-MAKING SKILLS: A group of disabled people who have learned to make handbags during a training course offered by the Adventist-run Disabled People’s Project pose together.“The retreat theme, ‘Touch a heart; tell the world,’ spoke to me,” Sainbileg says. “I became convinced that God was telling me to share my project idea with the speakers there, Chek Yat, the division’s Education director, and Sally Phoon, the division’s Women’s Ministries director.”