A Heart to Belong

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Within the heart of every child is a desire to belong, a yearning to feel at home. But where can innocent children turn when their small world becomes a place of abuse, neglect, or abject poverty that threatens to crush them? Will they find someone who cares?

By 1997, more than fifty hurting children had found a safe place at the Nathaniel Christian Orphanage in Romania. Laugh and cry your way through the stories of the Millers’ second and third years at the orphanage.

For the Millers’ story of their first year in Romania, you will want to read HeartBridge, also written by Johnny Miller and available from Christian Aid Ministries/TGS International.

In January of 2007, Johnny and his wife Ruth returned to their United States home place in Minerva, OH, where Johnny is a minister at Christian Fellowship Church. He works part-time for his son, Dwight, who took over the family plumbing business when his parents moved to Romania in 1997. The rest of Johnny’s working hours are spent writing for CAM.

(Author: Johnny Miller)

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Within the heart of every child is a desire to belong, a yearning to feel at home. But where can innocent children turn when their small world becomes a place of abuse, neglect, or abject poverty that threatens to crush them? Will they find someone who cares?

By 1997, more than fifty hurting children had found a safe place at the Nathaniel Christian Orphanage in Romania. Laugh and cry your way through the stories of the Millers’ second and third years at the orphanage.

For the Millers’ story of their first year in Romania, you will want to read HeartBridge, also written by Johnny Miller and available from Christian Aid Ministries/TGS International.

In January of 2007, Johnny and his wife Ruth returned to their United States home place in Minerva, OH, where Johnny is a minister at Christian Fellowship Church. He works part-time for his son, Dwight, who took over the family plumbing business when his parents moved to Romania in 1997. The rest of Johnny’s working hours are spent writing for CAM.

(Author: Johnny Miller)

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