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Hanged Twice, Saved Once

Slowly he realized there was truth to what the believers had been telling him. This Jesus really did love everyone enough to die for their sins. In a family of 12, there are bound to be disagreements, but Sahar’s family could always come together on one thing: religion. Sahar’s parents had raised their 10 children with a strong devotion to their gods. As Sahar grew older, he became a fier ...

Healed in an Instant!

Pastor Sachh waited patiently. The ministry in this village had progressed slowly, and he longed to see a breakthrough in people’s hearts. Sachh knew God would be faithful to bring it to pass, but he had no w ...

Transformed by the Word

The proprietor of a successful business, Nandak gave all the credit to his gods. There used to be little hope in Nandak’s life: his father had died when he was in the 10th grade, leaving Nandak’s mother alo ...

A Higher Education Seemed Impossible for Him

Twelve-year-old Pachai didn’t speak or dress properly, and he suffered from poor health—most likely due to malnutrition. As a laborer, Pachai’s father, Jacob, earned less than $2 a day, and he spent some of this income on alcoh ...

No Longer Alone

Jaideep, 27, lived a lonely existence for nine years, toiling to provide for himself. He shares how God changed his life: “I was born and brought up in a poor family. . . Though I was born a ...

K.P.'s Corner

Come to Me, all you who labor and are heaven laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will fi ...

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