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Beacon of Peace Draws Man from Train

As the train pulled to a stop, Arvinda made his decision: He was getting off. All his life, Arvinda had devoutly followed all the teachings and observed all the rituals of his religion but problems in his family left him without hope or joy. Then he lost his job and remained unemployed for more than a year. Arvinda traveled by train each day. And every day,  ...

From Rags to Restoration: Women’s Health Project

The four girls, ages 6, 10, 12 and 14, looked dirty and malnourished as they accompanied their mother to the women’s health seminar. With 12 children, Ranjana and her husband struggled to provide adequate nutriti ...

Single Mother Turned Prostitute Given New Life

With no one to turn to, Mayuri began selling her body, using the little she earned to feed her daughters. Mayuri’s father was a drunkard. Mayuri and her mother worked each day, and Mayuri’s fath ...

Sewing in Due Time

Even though Minati was 45 years old, receiving a Christmas gift was still the highlight of her year. When Gospel for Asia presented her with a sewing machine, a very specific dream of hers final ...

Student Finds Bright Future, Mother Finds Healing

He always hoped his son could get a good education and lead a better life than he did. Mahaj is a daily wage labourer who barely makes enough to provide for his wife, Faria, a ...

Baby Nears Death, Family Watches Helplessly

The doctors discharged Abhiraj from the medical facility, giving his mother, Bahula, little hope for his survival. Pastor Santua picked up the phone. The person on the other end of the line asked the past ...

K.P.'s Corner

Imagine you are packing your bag, preparing to take a one-way trip to another part of the country. You get on a train, travel about 1,500 miles and end up in a colony  ...

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