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TRANSLATED BY DAWN LIM
Moon (pseudonym) was a bright girl from a foreign country who used to look forward to a wonderful life. She married a Malaysian and migrated to Malaysia with the hope of building a happy family. But due to various family problems, her hope was dashed.
Moon and her husband have three daughters, but her husband tried to find all sorts of reason to leave the house, abandoning her and their children. Her mother-in-law could not accept Moon and her three daughters. Consequently, Moon had no choice but to move out and began her life as a single mother and tried to provide and support herself and her children independently. As a foreigner living in a foreign country, Moon had no one to turn to for help and she also could not afford the rent of any houses. Luckily Kaki Bukit was a warm and welcoming place and the local residents helped her to look for government’s welfare aids and a place to stay.
After having a place to stay and settling down, the biggest challenge for Moon and her three daughters were the utility bills and food expenses. Moon was very good in frying pork skin, thus she started selling fried pork skin to make a living. She barely managed to make ends meet with her meagre income. As an adult, Moon could live frugally, but her children need nutrients to grow up healthily and strong. It is a huge burden for Moon as the living expenses for her three daughters are very high, especially the youngest one who is not even two years old yet. Kaki Bukit Praise Centre 7979 Care Station came to know about her predicament and extended their help. The volunteers delivered Manna Food Bag to them regularly to reduce her burden in times of difficulties. Once Moon shared with the volunteers, “The milk formula for my daughter has just run out and the next day, you guys phoned me.”
“Of course they could continue to survive without the aid of Manna Food Bag, but life will be very difficult for them,” one volunteer said. Although the church has been providing the Manna Food Bag to Moon and her children for a year, it still continues to care for them and delivers the Manna Food Bag to them consistently. The church hopes this could help them during their difficult times and that they will be self-sufficient one day. Nowadays, Moon attends the Sunday service in church and encourages her children to join the church’s Sunday school “Vineyard”, where her children can learn and live the gospel of Jesus Christ.