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Meet the Berlins

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We are the Berlin family. We have lived in Bangladesh for over 7 years and love it. After 3 years, God stopped us dead in our tracks. We learned that we lived right beside the world’s largest brothel and there was no one bringing hope to these little girls and boys, women, and even babies that are brought up in this village that is like hell on earth. God has given so much favor with these dear people we are excited about what’s ahead in His plans for rescuing them.

Meet Jacob

Jacob grew up in a military family, learning hard work and discipline and being involved in many sports. As a young teenager, Jacob realized his need for a relationship with Christ because another military family invited his family over for a Bible study. He became born again and quickly started sharing his faith. After graduating with his business degree, God spoke to Jacob about becoming a missionary through the story of Jim Elliot. He first went to Alaska on a short-term trip, where he met Joy. He then spent two years in Africa living in a mud hut and overcoming his picky eating habits so that he could eat rats, termites, and other local foods. Despite the many trials that come with being out on the mission field, Jacob’s heart grew for bringing the Gospel where it had not been shared before. Jacob left Africa and went to Bangladesh on a vision trip, where God confirmed he should be there. During this time, Jacob also started writing Joy. He promised her that he would send a package and he did – himself in a UPS box delivered to her door! He jumped out of the box, surprising her, and has kept their married life just as interesting. While serving on the mission field, he earned his Master of Divinity. After teaching English to fatherless boys whose mothers are in the brothel and understanding the need for counseling, he is now pursuing a master’s in clinical mental health counseling.

Meet Joy

Joy, number 7 of 15 siblings, grew up in the middle of the Rocky Mountains on 160 acres in a log cabin that her dad built. By age 4, she was shepherding her family’s hundred sheep. There were many hard moments growing up because Joy was abused in some ways and not allowed to go to school and Joy’s dad sinned greatly, abusing Joy’s oldest sister. He was eventually imprisoned. At 12 years old, Joy’s family moved to Alaska. At 17, she and her sister escaped. She then enrolled in school and had 3 years to complete her education. By God’s grace, Joy received her high school diploma – in front of 5,000 people, all of whom knew her story from the headlines of the newspaper. Joy was able to share how God saved her and made this all possible, but she struggled to understand that God’s love for her was not based on her works. After years of determination and faithfulness, Joy spoke angrily to God about giving up. In her first encounter with His sense of humor, He responded with, “My child, I have been waiting for you to make this decision.” She was surprised but felt peace and opened her Bible. It fell to John 15:1-5. She cried because verse 5 ends with the same words that Jesus had spoken to her. Joy accepted her place as His daughter and Him as her Father that loved her so much and was so different than the selfish father she grew up with. This was the beginning of Joy fulfilling her life-long desire and call to be God’s orphan that brought other orphans to Him. She did prison ministry and missions in Alaskan villages before God called her to reach people in unreached countries. A conversation with Patrick Johnson, author of Operation World, led to Joy desiring to reach the Muslim world.

Meet Joy

Joy, number 7 of 15 siblings, grew up in the middle of the Rocky Mountains on 160 acres in a log cabin that her dad built. By age 4, she was shepherding her family’s hundred sheep. There were many hard moments growing up because Joy was abused in some ways and not allowed to go to school and Joy’s dad sinned greatly, abusing Joy’s oldest sister. He was eventually imprisoned. At 12 years old, Joy’s family moved to Alaska. At 17, she and her sister escaped. She then enrolled in school and had 3 years to complete her education. By God’s grace, Joy received her high school diploma – in front of 5,000 people, all of whom knew her story from the headlines of the newspaper. Joy was able to share how God saved her and made this all possible, but she struggled to understand that God’s love for her was not based on her works. After years of determination and faithfulness, Joy spoke angrily to God about giving up. In her first encounter with His sense of humor, He responded with, “My child, I have been waiting for you to make this decision.” She was surprised but felt peace and opened her Bible. It fell to John 15:1-5. She cried because verse 5 ends with the same words that Jesus had spoken to her. Joy accepted her place as His daughter and Him as her Father that loved her so much and was so different than the selfish father she grew up with. This was the beginning of Joy fulfilling her life-long desire and call to be God’s orphan that brought other orphans to Him. She did prison ministry and missions in Alaskan villages before God called her to reach people in unreached countries. A conversation with Patrick Johnson, author of Operation World, led to Joy desiring to reach the Muslim world.

Meet Elijah

I am 7 years old.  I was born in Alaska.  I love playing outside with friends.  One of my favorite things to do is climb trees.  I also love reading adventure stories.  When I grow up I want to be scuba-diving scientist and explore the ocean floor.

Meet Grace

I am 5 years old.  I am very proud that I was born in Bangladesh!  I love playing with my dolls.  My favorite thing to do is hold babies and take care of them.  When I grow up I want to start a home for children who do not have mommies and daddies.  I hope the home has more than 100 children.  My hero is Amy Carmichael.

Meet Grace

I am 5 years old.  I am very proud that I was born in Bangladesh!  I love playing with my dolls.  My favorite thing to do is hold babies and take care of them.  When I grow up I want to start a home for children who do not have mommies and daddies.  I hope the home has more than 100 children.  My hero is Amy Carmichael.

Meet Mercy

I am 3 years old.  I was born in Alaska.  I love to play dress up.  My favorite thing to do is put on pretty saris and shoes.  I am learning to write the alphabet.

Meet Lilia

I am 1 year old.  I was born in Thailand.  I am able to climb up anything and get into lots of mischief.  I also know how to yell really loud so I can be heard above my older siblings, who I love and tag along with everywhere.

Meet Lilia

I am 1 year old.  I was born in Thailand.  I am able to climb up anything and get into lots of mischief.  I also know how to yell really loud so I can be heard above my older siblings, who I love and tag along with everywhere.