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God Answers Prayers for a Slum

Sisters of Compassion in Asia stretch out loving hands to the helpless and downtrodden, ministering to their everyday needs. Most of 12-year-old Mareechi’s neighbours were poor and uneducated, like him. Many adults worked as labourers, street cleaners or garbage pickers, and some of the children did too. Although some kids could go to school, the majority spent their time roaming ...

Forsaken Mother Loved by the Church

Receiving a blanket once seemed impossible for women like Nidhyana, or this woman pictured who suffers from leprosy. Nidhyana couldn’t stop shivering. With no blanket to retain her body heat, the 65-year-old woman found ...

Watching from Afar

Pieces of literature help answer questions that people like Niriksh (not pictured) often have about Jesus. Niriksh was impressed by what he saw. The elderly man sat at a distance, watching a group of ...

Short Stories about National Missionaries

Every day, our brothers and sisters in Asia are crying out to God on behalf of needy people around them. Interceding for those who have various physical ailments is just one of their prayers. We receive countless stories ...

Agonizing Hardships and a Vibrant Future

Bridge of Hope gives tens of thousands of children a new chance at life, empowering them to reach their full potential and become responsible members of society. Mamta’s husband abandoned their family while she ...

A Bicycle for the Long Haul

Like these men, Narottam carried heavy loads of firewood. Now a bicycle helps him support his family without overstraining his body. Beads of sweat formed on Narottam’s forehead as he walked the long road ...

K.P.’s Corner

Paul tells us in 1 Thessalonians 5:17 to “pray without ceasing.” My friend, every prayer you utter makes a difference greater than you may ever realize on this side of eternity. If you’ve never ...

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