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Free for Life and for Eternity

No matter how hard he tried, Sundrit couldn’t free himself on his own. As an alcoholic and a drug addict, Sundrit experienced the effects of his habits on a daily basis. He tried to quit in the hopes of creating a better life for himself and his wife, but severe withdrawal symptoms prevented success. Without drugs, Sundrit felt like he would die. In desperation, he asked a medical doctor f ...

Pure Water Brings Health to Village

How are people living in this village? Gospel for Asia supported pastor Sadavir wondered. The water in this remote village was filled with clay, iron and mud, plaguing residents with frequent fevers, colds and digestive problems. Although ma ...

New Life for a Madman

Flooded with anguish and grief after his father’s death, little Baucha dropped out of school and withdrew from society. From then on, whenever someone even glanced at him while laughing, he took offense and responded by throwing ston ...

Unwanted Daughter Shares Her Story

The following comes from an interview with Darshana, a child living at Gospel for Asia’s House of Hope, a home for abandoned and runaway girls. This interview took place in 2014, when Darshana was 11 years old.  ...

A Time to Mourn, a Time to Dance

People sat transfixed together in front of the young man whose feet danced so brilliantly in time with the music of the guitar-like sitar. Only a few years earlier, Natraj could not have dreamed he would one d ...

K.P.’s Corner

As I travel through so many nations, I often hear the words “thank you.” Sometimes this phrase is communicated in a language I understand; sometimes it’s not. Sometimes it’s just in a look or in someone’s body languag ...

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