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Medical Camp for Those Hidden in Plain Sight

At a glance, nothing looked remarkable about the cluster of homes separated from one another by small patches of grass, but an invisible barrier separated them from the surrounding city. The residents of these homes were leprosy patients, isolated from the outside world because others viewed them with fear. Of the 50 families living in this leprosy colony, almost all had at least two members with Hansen’s disease (leprosy). Thou ...

Missionary Prays for Warm Coat

After graduating from Bible college, Kagen served the Lord where harsh cold fronts rush across the winter landscape. Sudden cold snaps threatened the poor, who were not able to afford adequate shelter, warm clothes or fuel for hea ...

A Future Nearly Lost

Hunger gnawed at Keetun’s stomach again. His father had spent most of his earnings on alcohol, leaving too little money for Keetun’s mother to feed her children three meals a day. This sparked frequent arguments between the parent ...

Pastor’s Grocery Run Turns into Food Distribution

When the lockdown in Asia first began, GFA pastor Iannel rushed to the store to buy provisions and was stopped by a huge crowd gathered in front of the store. Because of the lockdown, residents were only allow ...

Handcart Empowers Abandoned Mother

Maret remembered when her family was happy. Her husband, Sorin, wanted to provide well for her and their three children, so he moved the family to the city. He found a good job that paid a living wag ...

K.P.’s Corner

The Bible tells us that we are no more citizens of this world. Our citizenship is in heaven (Philippians 3:20). We belong to our sovereign King, and His name is Jesus, King of kings and Lord of lord ...

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