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Woman Insults Missionary, Then Ponders His Words

Mita lashed Pastor Jameson with her words, but he simply smiled. Her reaction wasn’t surprising—most of the people in Pastor Jameson’s community didn’t listen to him, convinced he worshipped a foreign God. What Gospel for Asia pastor Jameson didn’t know, however, was that soon this same woman would be telling other people the same message he’d shared with her. Since her husband had passed away, Mit ...

Radio Ministry Prevents Suicide

Kanaka and her family were about to commit suicide. Disease had destroyed Kanaka’s kidneys, and doctors had given up hope of her ever getting better. Helpless and in despair, the family of four decid ...

An Alcoholic Man Finds Peace and Income

Maaran’s new lifestyle was tearing his family apart. He had fallen into a deep depression while struggling to earn enough income to provide for his wife and four children who still lived at hom ...

‘I Don’t Have Extraordinary Power to Heal’

Pastor Payas lived in a region where most people, entrenched in their own religions, didn't want to hear about Jesus. Pastor Payas had been sharing the Good News for about six years before ...

She Would Have Been Looking After Cows

Salena didn't envision anything great for her future. Life after high school had meant hard work in a hazardous factory for her two older brothers, and Salena had no reason to believe her li ...

Just What They Needed: Goat Milk

Providing for a family can be hard enough on a normal salary, but on a daily wage labourer’s, it is nearly impossible. Add in the expenses of multiple families living together, and survival becom ...

K.P.'s Corner

I have been reflecting lately on some of the last words my uncle spoke to me. When I was just a boy, my mom told me he may be dying, so I went to s ...

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