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Fresh Water and a Miracle

They were running low on water again. Gaurav didn’t want to walk all the way to the hospital to get more, but that was the only option. Water was scarce, and it was a daily struggle to provide for his family. All of the villagers had a hard time finding water to drink and use for everyday needs. In his village, there were two Christian families. There were rumours spreadi ...

From Depression to Joy

Gayana remembered clearly the feelings of depression that almost crushed her spirit. She often used to wonder why she had to be born into her family—a family in which her father would get drunk every night and be ...

Bridge of Hope Student Forced to Marry at Age 12

Rashmi, 12, had already lost both her parents, yet her uncle wanted to take away one of the few things she had left. His greed cared nothing about her dignity. When Rashmi was only 4, her father die ...

Jesus Loves Snake-Catchers Too

As usual, people in the bustling city marketplace hustled past Pradip, trying to avoid him. A snake-catcher, Pradip was disdained by almost everyone. His people are a nomadic group at the bottom of the caste system, living outsi ...

Opening Up to a Whole New World

Marya, 40, wanted to help her five school-aged children in their studies, but she had one problem: She was illiterate She used to watch her husband, Ravi, read the newspaper and wished she could read the articles to ...

How Can I Shine for Jesus?

Seventeen-year-old Parni did not need the ability to see into the future in order to guess what hers might soon look like. If her life turned out similar to the lives of the women in her family a ...

K.P.'s Corner

Years ago, my wife, two of our brothers in the ministry and I were sitting at a McDonald’s, and we started talking about how we wished we had vehicles so we could send teams of missionaries to  ...

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