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How an Argument Led to Salvation

Emaan had been ready for a good argument when Pastor Kavith showed up. As planned, Emaan began barraging Kavith with questions. But Emaan’s motivations were different than he had originally intended. When Gospel for Asia-supported pastor Kavith began ministering in Emaan’s village, he faced great opposition. The people of this community adhered to their ancestral faith and viewed Christianity as a dishonorable, “tribal” religion. “Aren’t you asham ...

The Time Was Now

“Right after my mother’s death, I will choose to follow Christ as my Saviour,” Amol once told his wife, Mithi. Amol wasn’t ready to change, yet his alcoholism made life horrible for Mithi and the ...

Untouchable? Not to Bridge of Hope

Nobody wanted to be around Raza—not on the street or when he was at school. Because of the low caste of Raza’s family, the boy was considered “untouchable.” His family was not even allowed  ...

Delivered from Darkness to Light

Harish didn’t know what to do anymore. His son, Abhay, had become ill so suddenly. It started when Abhay couldn’t sleep one night. It’s fairly common for people to have sleepless nights every now a ...

Sanitation and Sanctification: Couple Receives Outdoor Toilet

Nabarun and Adishree Paavan didn’t have a bathroom with a tile floor, vanity and mirror. They didn’t even have indoor plumbing. Instead, they walked about half a mile from their home to relieve themselves.  ...

‘My Life Is in Christ’: One Man’s Journey from Depression to Hope

One minute he had possessed nearly everything he could want; the next he was undone by tragedy. Married to a woman he loved and blessed with two children, Hammad enjoyed his life. He faithfully worshipp ...

K.P.'s Corner

More than we may realize, very little do we really know God and hear Him. Sometimes when I am in an airport, I find myself turning up the volume on my cell phone as hi ...

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