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Where Dreams are Made Possible

A young, untidy girl walked through the doors of an unassuming building, while other children, many much neater and cleaner than she was, filed past her. Dhruvi hadn’t been attending the center for very long and didn’t know the names of all her classmates, but she would learn more of them as time passed. In fact, she would discover a great deal of her own potential  ...

From Gossip to Godly

Akhila’s mouth had uttered lies and half-truths. It had passed on things her ears heard, things that weren’t meant to be shared with others. It had spoken with manipulative intent, poking, prodding and provoking others. But today h ...

No Ordinary Building

Sweat dripped down Ekansh’s body as he dug a shovel into the ground. Earth begrudgingly gave way to his labors. But despite the difficulty, Ekansh and several others labored with joy. Th ...

A Timely Visit

Neeharika doubled over, retched, sputtered and watched in horror as blood came out. Over the next several days, the pain and the stress of her illness made it difficult for her to think straight. Her hope wore thi ...

‘Run to Win’

It was early in the morning, and excitement filled the air—Vacation Bible School (VBS) had finally commenced! There had never been any activity like this in Ketaki’s village before, and the seventh grader w ...

K.P.’s Corner

It can be difficult, sometimes painfully difficult, to be different. Anyone who has faced any peer pressure, which I think everyone does from time to time, knows this. The people of Israel, after so many years of bei ...

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