Viewing entries tagged
Global Servants

House of Grace Thailand Director Jutiporn Muelae

House of Grace Thailand Director Jutiporn Muelae

Jutiporn Muelae & Her Family

image.jpg

One of the House of Grace campus directors, Jutiporn Muelae, was one of the original 12 girls when House of Grace was founded in 1988. She now has a degree in accounting and speaks three languages. She is happily married to her husband A-la, and they have two sons: Piti and Pluim.


Upcoming Events

Chiang Rai Thailand

Chiang Rai Thailand

Chiang Rai, the former capital of the great Lanna Kingdom, is a fascinating province filled with cultural and natural wonders, including the Golden Triangle where Thailand, Laos, and Burma come together; an area that was once the hub of opium production, a trade that had much influence on cultural practices and lifestyles. Chiang Rai had stayed off the tourist radar for many years, its people enjoying very leisurely development and mostly traditional, rural lifestyles. Until this day, entire clans live together in bamboo houses and each village has its own individual character. Recently tourism has boomed in Chiang Rai, where visitors have come to explore the pristine natural beauty of the countryside and immerse themselves in the indigenous culture, including those of a variety of different hill tribe communities. Fortunately for tourists, Chiang Rai is also a center for community development projects, helping rural villagers develop their attractions without adversely affecting their natural and cultural assets.

Reposted from "Amazing Thailand"


House Of Grace Thailand

House Of Grace Thailand

Global Servants - House of Grace in Thailand

One of the House of Grace campus directors, Jutiporn Muelae, was one of the original 12 girls when House of Grace was founded in 1988. She now has a degree in accounting and speaks three languages. She is happily married to her husband A-la, and they have two sons: Piti and Pluim.

One of the House of Grace campus directors, Jutiporn Muelae, was one of the original 12 girls when House of Grace was founded in 1988. She now has a degree in accounting and speaks three languages. She is happily married to her husband A-la, and they have two sons: Piti and Pluim.

Since 1988, House of Grace Thailand has rescued hundreds of girls and has grown into a first-rate facility. Having been called “the finest children’s home in Thailand,” House of Grace currently has a total of 13 buildings on two properties. 

Thanks to the work of House of Grace and the partnership of sponsors, girls who would have been trapped in a life of sexual slavery have found careers in education, business, law and medicine. Today, these young professional women of God are making a positive difference in their communities.

House of Grace is still growing and there is still plenty of work to be done.

 


FAQ's

How Many Girls Live at House of Grace?

In Thailand, we currently have 100 girls ranging in age from 4 to 23. They stay at House of Grace until they can make a safe living for themselves. We will educate them as far as they can go. We presently have girls enrolled in vocational programs, teacher programs, local universities, and law school. Our hope for every girl is for her to become a self-sufficient, educated, woman of God.

How do girls come to House Of Grace?

It becomes common knowledge in a village that a father or stepfather is going to sell his daughter. Often there is a kind person in the girl’s life who will try to keep this from happening. Many times a grandmother, aunt, older sister or a good neighbor will bring a young girl to House of Grace to protect her.


House of Grace Thailand Video


More on Thailand