Keith and Cheryl Wyse have been married for 35 years. They have 2 biological sons and have adopted 6 Chinese daughters, Ting, Sarah, twins, Rachelle and Rebekah, Lydia and Esther, The last four girls all have Osteogenesis Imperfecta, a condition called Brittle Bones. After adopting the twins the Wyse's learned a lot about OI
In 2002 the Wyse's felt the Lord calling them to take their knowledge and move to China to help handicapped orphans focusing on those with OI. They sold everything they owned, packed up, and departed, by faith, to live in China. After a few years of internship, they were led to begin a home providing foster care for children with Brittle Bones and orthopedic problems. Keith and Cheryl are the Directors of the Agape Family Life House located in Lang Fang China, a home for 29 children, many suffering for Brittle Bones, but the children suffer from many kinds of physical needs, also. The children range in age from 1 1/2 to 26 yrs of age. In addition to being Directors of Agape Family Life House, they oversee the operation of the Bread of Life Bakery, where the older children learn life skills. In 2009, Keith and Dr. Wu Guo Hua, Director of the Langfang Orthopedic Hospital, Co-Founded the OI Association of China.