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She Could Not See, but She Could Hear

The sun may have been shining, but that hardly mattered to Bina—her life was always dark. Her wrinkled, brown hands acted as her eyes. As evening drew near and the daily activities came to a close, Bina’s fingers quickly found a small box with a plastic knob. As she turned the radio’s dial, hoping to find a station she liked, her attentive ears caught an unfamiliar word—Jesus. ...

No ‘Other Woman’ Anymore

Tilak, father of three, wanted to leave his wife. He had found another woman—one he thought could satisfy his desires, and he was willing to destroy his marriage because of it. For two years, ...

Bridge of Hope or Carpet Factories

Dhanya wasn’t the only girl in her area who struggled in school. Most of the families around her worked in carpet factories, and they couldn’t afford to send their children to good schools, provide ...

He Didn’t Need to Say a Word

Tilak and his wife were happy again; no one could deny that. But some people in the village were anything but happy about the transformation in their lives. Villagers blamed the GFA-supported pastor for ...

Wrapped in Love

“We are too poor to afford a new blanket, and the ones that we have are not sufficient, as the winters are deadly cold,” explains Sarita, a 29-year-old woman from ...

The Cure She Never Found

Kamna had spent a great amount of money on hospital bills, doctor visits, traditional medicines and home remedies, but nothing could cure her. Her body still bled. It was embarrassing, and there was nothing ...

KP Yohannan's Corner

Being banned from the local well was difficult for Pastor Barasaat and his wife. For their obedience to God and their kindness to others, they suffered. We knew how their story ended after a few ...

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