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Homemade Quilts Insufficient for Family of Seven

Rachana sat in the room that served as kitchen, living room and bedroom for her family of seven. She picked up an old garment from a small pile. Her mind organized the garment’s shape into an irregular quilt pattern, trying to preserve every inch of fabric—it would be one of the few things protecting her family from sub-zero temperatures. Rachana and her husband, Chand, worked  ...

Graduate Shares Her Bridge of Hope Experience

“Bridge of Hope taught me how to maintain a healthy life. The staff conducts health care programs like medical camps and awareness programs. They also provide hygienic things  ...

A Gift from Someone They Almost Abandoned

After years of desperate struggle and heartbreak, Hasan and his family learned about the love of Jesus, and He did a miracle for them. But their happiness and faith flickered under outside pressure  ...

Panic Drives Mom to Prayer

Sevita pressed the back of her hand to her daughter’s damp, burning forehead. The anxious mother hesitated for a moment before she moved to get help. Sevita, still grieving from her husband’s death ni ...

Friendship and a Piglet Comfort Widow

Another “no” hung in the air. Once again, Chunni pleaded for help from a family member, and once again she received an excuse about why they wouldn’t help. How would Chunni provide for h ...

K.P.’s Corner

C.S. Lewis once wrote in a letter to a good friend, “I could well believe that it is God’s intention, since we have refused milder remedies, to compel us into unity, by persecution ev ...

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