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He Found Water for His Soul

Baru studied the hardened ground at his feet. The stream that freely flowed during the monsoon season had dried up once again. This was the closest water source he and his neighbours had, and it was already a half of a kilometer journey. When it became bone-dry, it would be even more difficult for Baru and the rest of the villagers to get a drink of water

Healed After 15 Years

For 15 years, a goitre had been swelling on Preeti’s neck. Her family took her to doctors and local religious establishments and spent large amounts of money on treatments, but her ailment only became worse. One day, Preeti ...

They Are like Family

Isa’s heart was heavy. She had no peace or joy in her life. Her family’s poverty had always been a hard-hitting source of pain, even as a young child. Isa knew little else but the struggle for dai ...

Finding Peace After Death and Addiction

Ellis felt a strange sense of peace come over him. The pastor had only spoken a few words to him, but they were enough. He hadn’t experienced such peace in what seemed like an eternity. As he carri ...

Why Her Daughter Won’t Get Married at Age 12

Ridhima couldn’t escape the pain of losing her child. Her in-laws blamed her for the baby’s death, pouring salt on Ridhima’s wounds. Ridhima married at age 12. A few months later, she became pregnant. Ridhima’s in-laws told h ...

Robbers’ Den Gains New Reputation

Shaurav walked into Pastor Jacob’s office and invited him to come minister in his village, Parinat Khera. For the Gospel for Asia district pastor, Shaurav’s request was an answer to prayer. But most people would have been terrifie ...

K.P.’s Corner

I am often on international phone calls, and many times I get reports that encourage my heart to continue this journey. I’ve heard wonderful things about our Women’s Health Project and how more than 120,000 women, like Ridhim ...

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