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Disfiguring Disease Leads to Life

She had only been married a few days. What should have been one of the best times of her life was suddenly marred by a strange condition in her leg. Yoshita, only 25, had contracted leprosy. Yoshita and her husband came from a poor community in an area where leprosy is not uncommon. Most people in her village worked hard as farmers or daily laborers, straining the ...

A Double Engagement

Belli was 19 years old, and despite all her visits to doctors and magicians, she hadn’t yet had a menstrual cycle. Multiple marriage proposals had been cancelled on the young woman when prospective bridegrooms heard about her proble ...

A Warm Reminder of Christ’s Love

In many areas, it is still a very cold winter. There are many living in severe conditions without proper clothing or blankets to protect them from the harsh elements. This discomfort is expressly felt especially during those seeming ...

No Longer Watching

The fields were on fire. Little Rupal watched the spectacle with weary eyes. She was hungry, and following her mother, Vanhi, around the fields all day was hard on her young, malnourished body. Rupal also watched as h ...

A Place for Prayer

It was 10:00 on Sunday morning. A crowd stood outside Htay Pyi’s house—fathers, mothers and bored-looking children, all wearing their Sunday best. They were waiting for Htay Pyi and his family to finish rearranging their home to accommoda ...

Why Was He Different?

Janvijay lived a pretty pampered and relaxed life. As the youngest of his siblings, he was well taken care of, even though his father died when he was a young boy. His mother loved him. The only thi ...

K.P.’s Corner

Our lives can be so filled with troubles and hardship it can be difficult to remember where and how to find joy. There is a Scripture verse that says, “Restore to me the joy of Your salvation” (Psa ...

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