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From Danger to Good Health

Ekanga was worried about his wife. Though Pallavini took local remedies for healing, nothing helped. Many of the so-called treatments only made her worse. For more than a year, her bleeding continued, leaving her weaker and weaker as the months drew on. Ekanga feared Pallavini would die. To make matters worse, the family lived in a notoriously dangerous village—one populated by robbers, thieves and bloodthirsty men. Every ...

Sewing Machine Helps in Time of Crisis

Murali and Tulika faced poverty every day. When they started attending a fellowship led by a Gospel for Asia-supported pastor, Tulika was able to sign up for a tailoring class at the church. Unfortunately, ...

A Pastor’s Intercession

Gospel for Asia-supported pastors pray for and encourage those who are sick. Many people like Mihirkiran are completely healed as a result! Pastor Babala was a family man who had nine children. So when he ...

Short Stories

New church buildings are inaugurated every year in South Asia through the prayers, support and generous donations of men and women like you. In this issue of Harvest, we want to share with you the ...

A True Friend at VBS

School was out. Children gathered. More than 200 youngsters filled the hall. Smiling adults in bright orange shirts wove their way through the crowds. Vacation Bible School was about to begin. For one week, ...

Children Become More Than Scavengers

Many students, like Adya, are rescued from difficult situations when they are enrolled in Bridge of Hope. Adya lost her father when she was a small child. Her mother, a Christian in name only, remarried ...

K.P.’s Corner

Many times in my life I have been overwhelmed by the circumstances around me. There’s always a hundred different things to do and little time to do them in. It’s easy to fall into anxiety. ...

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