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Prison, Praise, Persistent Love

When Taral’s first child became seriously ill, Taral didn’t call upon the gods of his wife’s religion—he immediately called Pastor Havish and asked him to pray. Pastor Havish hung up the phone. Taral’s baby, only 2 months old, was sick. Taral asked for prayer, and Pastor Havish, as he had done countless times over the past 15 years, went to visit his wayward friend. Youth Rejects Pastor’s ...

A Life They Couldn’t Afford

Life in Gulal’s village is a challenge for almost everyone who lives there. It is not uncommon for daily labourers, working in the hot summer months, to fall victim to sunstroke. ...

Clean a House, Get a Cow

Her son’s homework was piled all over the table. Again. The young widow started to tidy up the mess left by her eighth-grade son but suddenly stopped when something caught her eye: It was ...

His New Bicycle

It was hot. Summers always were. Sweat beaded on Hasan’s brow and mingled with the dust from the street. The smells of human feces, unwashed bodies and rotting garbage filled the air, blending into a ...

K.P.'s Corner

We recently had a special guest come from overseas; he is a significant leader of the Church in India and has been walking with the Lord for decades. This saintly leader came to our office ...

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