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105 Missionaries Receive Bicycles

Feet kick up clouds of dust along the road. The hot sun beats down, causing foreheads to shine with sweat. Some people walk miles for the exercise, but Gospel for Asia- supported missionaries walk miles out of love. Missionaries, both men and women, sometimes have to walk long distances to tell others about the redeeming love of Jesus. Sahila, a Gospel for Asia-supported Sister of Compassion, is one of the ...

Widow Receives Aid After Tropical Storm

As a widow, Tanuja found it difficult to provide for her four children even before Cyclone Phailin hit in 2013. Though casualties were few, the severe tropical storm ravaged much of South Asia, including Tanuja’s home and a ...

Orphaned Girl Finds Reasons to Smile

When Mada was only 6 months old, her mother left the family for another man, never to be seen or heard from again. Mada’s father became deeply depressed by his wife’s sudden departure and tried to drink h ...

Short Stories

In every issue of Harvest, we want to help you see what you are part of through your prayers and support. We hope these short reports from the field give you quick glimpses into the lives of sever ...

When Pastor and Murderer Meet

Kyine Kyi had his first swig of alcohol when he was 14 years old. Drugs were added, and before long, these two substances dominated the mind of the young man. Eight years later, Kyine Kyi had become ...

Clean Water Flows from Rocks

The water was dirty. She could see it. Even though it flowed from a well in town, she knew the water wasn’t safe. People in the village often struggled with diarrhea, vomiting and unexplained fevers. Chandrima, like ma ...

K.P.'s Corner

It’s January. Another year is behind us. I don’t know how it happened. Time went by so fast, and now we are in 2016. I can hardly believe ...

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