K.P.’s Corner
Gospel for Asia Newsletter

January 2015 • Vol. 11, No. 1

K.P.’s Corner

I first rode a bicycle when I was 17 years old, and I have loved riding ever since.

At the time, I was serving the Lord with a team of young people in North India. I even remember the time I crashed into someone on the street because I couldn’t control the thing yet! But I did learn, and I was able to use that bike in the service of the Lord.

Just like Pastor Vikranta’s bike, our bicycle was very helpful for our ministry. Rather than spending money on gas to drive our old truck into town, one of us would take the bike in the mornings to get food for the rest of the team. Honestly, I can’t imagine how much more time and money we would have spent without it.

I don’t know where that bicycle is today, but I know there are many people in heaven because we used it.

Because of that bike, I am much more grateful whenever one of our brothers or sisters on the mission field is able to get a bicycle. With it, brothers like Pastor Vikranta can travel to faraway villages and reach those in need of prayer more quickly—even if the one needing prayer is the family buffalo.

I want to thank you for your continued prayers and support for brothers like Pastor Vikranta and for the generous donations you have given, enabling us to reach out to people like Ohnmar and Rehan. You may not realize it now, but you are truly making a difference.

If you get on a bike in the coming days, I hope you take a moment to thank the God who uses bicycles to spread His love in South Asia.

Thank you again for your love and prayers for the unreached

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