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Three Pastors, One City, One Pandemic

Pastor Marut’s phone kept ringing. The prime minister had declared a lockdown over the whole nation, and a chorus of voices echoed from Pastor Marut’s phone, one-by-one, each with a similar concern: “I can’t get home, and my family doesn’t have enough food for the lockdown. Please help!” As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe, it created a crisis not only in health care but also in the economy. Concern ...

Rejected Family Finds Honor, Joy

Pastor Sachin’s heart broke for the many people in his village who lacked education and lived in poverty. Worse, most didn’t know Jesus, even though they came from families that professed faith in Him. Pastor Sachin wanted th ...

Widow Journeys from Depression, Pain to Healing

Loneliness. Financial hardship. Snakes. Sahima’s life was full of burdens, but now her hands were full of hope. A shred of joy lit within Sahima’s heart as she took a sack of staple food items into her hand ...

Letting Love Do the Talking

Ask almost any villager about Pastor Trupal, and the first thing they will mention is his politeness. Positively amiable, upstanding and friendly, Pastor Trupal holds a reputation of good-nature and kindness in the village where he ministers. Ev ...

Worried for Their Son’s Future

School didn’t interest Keahn. At only 8 years old, the boy was performing poorly in school, and he didn’t care to improve. He also didn’t listen to his parents. Instead, Keahn wandered with his friends, slacking and goofi ...

K.P.’s Corner

In my journey with the Lord, I’ve found out that the safest thing in the whole world is just to follow Jesus and learn more of Him. … But how do we actually learn to follow Him?  ...

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