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Lal Din Mawaii is 12 years old and lives in a very remote area of Chin State, nearby the Indian boarder. She is the middle child of five siblings. Her parents are farmers and life is tough for them as every 5 years they have to move to another area for better cultivation. The children…

Lal Din Mawaii

Who’s interested in Bible stories?

Lal Din Mawaii is 12 years old and lives in a very remote area of Chin State, nearby the Indian boarder. She is the middle child of five siblings. Her parents are farmers and life is tough for them as every 5 years they have to move to another area for better cultivation. The children…

Our Vision

Grain of Wheat’s mission has reflected that of Jesus Christ—to reach out to forgotten children of the world and to be the hands and feet that deliver God’s love. Indeed, Grain of Wheat has always viewed children as very ‘good soil.’ After all, children have not lived long, so if good seed is sown upon…

Does Anyone Love Me?

Does anyone care about destitute children living in the streets of Russia? Just ask Marina, GWI’s local coordinator, and she will tell you that giving kids like this a chance to succeed is her passion. Through her efforts, GWI now has a care center where kids are raised, fed, housed and most importantly, loved. Marina,…

My Cherished Dream

My dream is that children will never cry from loneliness, misery, violence, pain or rejection, and that they will not die in this evil and violent world without Hope. I want to see the kids happy, having fun, laughing and loving the Lord with all their heart. By Zinaida Poluektova I was born in Siberia in1960.…

Breaking Free

January 2013 Loving the “little ones” living on the street in Russia is Natasha’s passion. In this interview she shares her heart. Tell us about your work among children Where to start…It’s been over 15 years since Grain of Wheat began working with kids living on the street in Russia. For 5 years, we prayed…

Boy stops begging

By Sayama Nyunt Since he was seven years old Nee*, from “Ruamba”*, has spent most of his time on the streets with his older brother picking up plastic materials and garbage that they try to sell to supplement the family income. When they don’t find enough to sell, they resort to begging and stealing. Nee’s…