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Faith Like a River

An excellent student with a healthy appetite for knowledge, Nabha participates in all of the centre’s activities and has developed a love for memorizing Scripture. South Asian villages come in many shapes and sizes. Some are small, off-the-map communities with few roads or amenities—difficult to find and even more challenging to reach. But many other villages are quite large and even modern. A young girl named Nab ...

A Difficult Choice Brings Hope to a Child

In the slums of South Asia, families face heart-wrenching choices every day. For Ekisha’s parents, the decision was whether or not to keep their daughter in school. A life of daily labour had taken i ...

More than Any Other Deity

As Bahubali watched, he felt a strange sensation, as if Jesus were touching him and healing him, too. Intense pain gripped Bahubali’s stomach, but he was determined to stay for the entire

Murderous Soldier Saved for a Purpose

Crime was an everyday event in the area where missionary couple Arun and Maina lived. Each week, the couple heard reports of women raped and thieves caught. Women faced a lot of discrimination, which ma ...

A New Roof and an Eternal Shelter

Sahasra’s life as a single mother and sole breadwinner for three sons was difficult enough. Now that her tiny, one-room house had collapsed, she didn’t know what to do. When a week-long deluge of ra ...

Someone Knew Her Secret Wish

As a single woman of 29, Lakshmi bore a burden few young South Asian women have to shoulder: working as the sole provider for her family. Lakshmi’s family had always been poor, and wh ...

K.P.’s Corner

“I pray that your love will overflow more and more, and that you will keep on growing in knowledge and understanding.” —Philippians 1:9, NLT For more than 45 years, missions has been my life. B ...

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