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Teen with Two Children Moves Back Home

Most 11-year-old girls are preoccupied with things like school, sleepovers and maybe the occasional daydreams about life as an adult. But for Vallari, being 11 meant turning her attention to her family— the one she was starting. Most 11-year-old girls are preoccupied with things like school, sleepovers and maybe the occasional daydreams about life as an adult. But for Vallari, being 11 meant turning her attention  ...

Learning to Read Changed Her Life

“After my father passed away, my dream of going to school disappeared.” Anya explains, “I had to work from dawn to dusk to support my sickly mother and three siblings.” As she grew older, Anya ...

Passerby Impressed by Christians’ Generosity

Ratnakar was just passing through the village. It was a day like any other—or so he thought. His walk slowed when he spotted a group of people gathered. The crowd aroused his curiosity. Sudden ...

Single Mother No Longer ‘a Burden’

Ria and her two friends had been walking for more than six miles when Ria noticed a woman sitting beneath a tree. “She looked frail, as if she had been ill for a long time ...

Tears Turned to Rejoicing

When the two missionaries arrived at their next stop, they met the local Gospel for Asia pastor, Zahir, who helped them prepare for the film show. Once the film began, around 200 village ...

Saved from the Fate of Her 14 Siblings

Although Navina had survived through her teen years, it seemed she would never recover. Would Navina’s story end the same way her older siblings’ had? All 14 of Navina’s older siblings had died prematurely. H ...

K.P.'s Corner

I don’t think it was a coincidence that Ratnakar happened to be passing through Pastor Jalendra’s village the day of the Jesus Well dedication. I imagine that was the Lord’s answer to someone’s prayer—maybe t ...

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