Our History

In 1988, Global Servants opened the first House of Grace in Thailand as a preventative work against the horrors of child prostitution. It was founded under a mission to “save little girls for big destinies.” House of Grace accomplishes this through housing and tenderly raising young girls a loving Christian atmosphere. In addition to this, House of Grace provides the girls with the opportunity to attend school and continued education.

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. In addition to this, a new House of Grace was opened in Ghana in 2012.

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. If you are would like to partner with us or sponsor a little girl, please click one of the links below. For any questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call toll free 1.888.823.8772.

  • 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.
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  • Once a year, the campus comes alive as the girls gather to celebrate their birthdays together! Many of the girls do not know when they were born, and the birthday celebration is one of the many ways House of Grace shows the girls they are loved.
  • In 2012, a new House of Grace was opened in Ghana. Pictured above is the first group of little girls to call House of Grace Ghana home. Partner with us as we grow our new home! Click here.
  • 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.
  • House of Grace gives little girls a safe place to grow, learn and have fun! Several times a year, the whole campus gets together to play games.
  • Jesus Christ is central to life at House of Grace. Every week, the little girls gather for a time of worship and prayer. A strong community of faith filled with the love of Christ is part of the healing process for the little girls.
  • Every morning, the little girls line up for attendance before the vans take them to school. Emily Leatherbarrow (not pictured) adds some fun to the lineup by teaching the girls some basic sign language!
  • Once a year, the campus comes alive as the girls gather to celebrate their birthdays together! Many of the girls do not know when they were born, and the birthday celebration is one of the many ways House of Grace shows the girls they are loved.
  • In 2012, a new House of Grace was opened in Ghana. Pictured above is the first group of little girls to call House of Grace Ghana home. Partner with us as we grow our new home!


The house aquaponics system has been a tremendous blessing, providing fresh, organic vegetables and fish throughout the year.

Population: Population:
At capacity with 10 girls, 2 full time staff Over 100 girls, 10 full time staff, 3 room mothers

Facility:

Facility:

  • Dormitory
  • Elementary School
  • Large Church
  • Director’s Home
  • 12 buildings
  • 3 adjoining campuses
  • Indoor Gymnasium

Current Projects:

Current Projects:

School Expansion: Our campus has expanded! Thanks to your contributions, we have added three additional classrooms!

Aquaponics: Our latest project will contribute to our vision of sustainability for the girls. More information to come later!

New Dormitory:
Construction is finished! The girls have moved in! Thank you so much for your generous gifts that have helped make this possible!

We need a new van to help transport the girls! $40,000

We need a new van to help transport the girls! $30,000
   

Or Donate Below:

Or Donate Below:

  Rice for 10 girls for one year - $600     Rice for 115 girls for one year - $7500
  Salmon and Chicken for 1 year - $1000     Back to School supplies for every girl $1200
  Power Generator - $1000        

House of Grace Questions and Answers

What do you do at House of Grace?

In most cases we are doing a preventative work — trying to get the girls to safety at House of Grace before they are sold into prostitution and child labor. It is very difficult to rescue a girl who has already been trapped into that lifestyle, so our main focus is to reach little girls before this horror has become a reality for them. As God extends our reach, we will also be able to rescue those who are trapped.

How do girls come to House of Grace Thailand?

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.

How do girls come to House of Grace Ghana?

Global Servants has built 31 churches in villages all over West Africa. From these churches, the pastors bring orphans from the villages to the safety of House of Grace Ghana. Without House of Grace, these orphans would have no hope for the future.

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.

Global Servants

Global Servants was founded by Dr. Mark Rutland in 1977 as a worldwide, nonprofit missions and ministry organization. He started this ministry with the desire to see lives changed by the power and truth of God’s Word. For more than a quarter of a century, the men and women of Global Servants have risen to the call and gone into the world to preach the good news and spread the love of God. READ MORE.