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Wounds of Leprosy Healed

Leprosy. The very word carries a certain stigma and arouses apprehension in Asia, as if merely uttering it could expose you to the disease. Those affected by leprosy are often feared and find themselves either chased out of their homes or ignored and neglected. This forced exile leads many to live with others afflicted with leprosy in colonies across Asia. A Li ...

Families in Slum Taste Clean Water

Paband and Litesh and their families all live in a slum. The community’s only water sources provide polluted, smelly water, so many people, including Litesh, suffered from stomach aches a ...

Wayward Daughter Comes Home

Dhona lurched forward in bed. Visions of death faded as the dark room solidified before her. She scrambled out of bed and frantically looked around for the book from her childhood. Leafing through whisper-th ...

Lost Childhood Reclaimed at VBS

Rayan, 10, and his little brother sat with empty bellies as their mother told them the news that would end their childhoods. Although she worked tirelessly to provide for them, they had been starving f ...

Healing Waters

Pestanji was out of options. A severe skin irritation covered his body, making it difficult and sometimes impossible for him to provide for his wife and two daughters. They largely depended on him;  ...

Unlocking the Potential Within

“My son was neglected by his own schoolteachers,” says Adenah. “Nobody took initiative or paid attention to him.” People didn’t see hope for Rustam—until he joined Bridge of Hope. A Neglected Boy Rustam h ...

K.P.’s Corner

Within these pages, you’ve read testimonies of lives transformed because of compassion. Pestanji received clean water. Rustam learned his life holds intrinsic value. Bhini experienced acceptance from God’s children that eases the burden of h ...

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