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  • LKNC October 2017 Update Reaching Out to Neighbors

    Reaching Out to Neighbors

    November 1, 2017 | National Christian Network

    Thank you for your prayers. We were able to have a one day seminar for more than sixty-five leaders on how to reach out to their neighbors. This was an eye opening experience for them, as they had never reached out to witness to those in their communities before. One participant said, “This was very … Read more

  • LKNC September 2017 Update Prayers for the National Christian Network

    Prayers for the National Christian Network

    October 10, 2017 | National Christian Network

    We praise God for all of His care and concern, especially during the floods that we have been experiencing. Please continue to pray for the following: Economic sustainability for the families that we work with. That women would be empowered to be better contributors in their society. Prayers that the Church Planters will be motivated, … Read more

  • LKNC August 2017 Update A Story from the Flood

    A Story from the Flood

    August 31, 2017 | National Christian Network

    The National Christian Network continues to work among the flood-affected victims in Sri Lanka. One of the beneficiaries of this work narrates the extent of the horrible experience that she and her family went through. Nazeema, a widow living with her youngest daughter in the Upper area, thinks that the flood that affected her this year was worse than … Read more

  • Flooding takes 212 lives

    August 13, 2017 | National Christian Network

    After claiming the lives of 212 persons, the flood waters of the monsoon rains have now receded but lives of the 603,724 affected persons are still in chaos. They are injured and sick, they have lost their loved ones to the floods and landslides, they have lost their homes and their livelihoods and the children … Read more

  • LKNC May 2017 Update Sri Lanka Flooding

    Horrible flooding in Sri Lanka

    May 31, 2017 | National Christian Network

      Sri Lanka faces the worst flooding in 14 years, more than 188 people were killed and it is expected to continue. More than 99 people are missing and the death toll is expected to rise. The rescue operations are ongoing for those still stranded and who are now at risk of crocodile attacks.   … Read more

  • April 2017 Update LKNC missions and training seeks to engage community

    Seeking to equip leaders

    May 15, 2017 | National Christian Network

      In keeping with its vision of “Unifying the Church to transform the Nation,” NCN works proactively in 3 broad areas of Missions. They are Religious Liberty, Human Rights, and Relief and Development.   Under Missions, NCN has been supporting the Church Planting (CP) work. A training program was conducted to equip pastors and others … Read more

  • LKNC February 2017 Update Palm Trees

    New people group focus

    March 9, 2017 | National Christian Network

      NCN was able to conduct an awareness meeting in a church about the need to reach the M people group. The church adopted a place in the region to bring the Good News to that area.   This church has focused most of their work among another people group. After the training they have … Read more

  • LKNC January 2017 Update NCEASL JAN 2017 Christmas 1024x669

    Christmas program for children

    January 26, 2017 | National Christian Network

    Sister Hansa* organized a Christmas program for the non-Christian children on the 26th of December, 2016. 49 children along with a few parents participated. She informed those who were invited that this program would be a Christian program. Parents and villagers contributed by providing refreshments. Hansa was able to collect money from her friends to … Read more

  • A Tipical Church

    Addicted to heroin to hero in Christ

    December 23, 2016 | National Christian Network

    Bro. Ravi* comes from a very poor background. The main job in that area is tile and brick making. Ravi shares his struggles and how Christ helped him through: I was addicted to heroin for several years. I was sent to the drug rehabilitation center where I overcame my addiction. I served the center for … Read more

  • November 2016 Update LKNC SriLanka Beach.jpg

    Family transformed

    November 29, 2016 | National Christian Network

    Hiya comes from a very low-income group family who are mostly farmers. She is married and blessed with four children. One day one of her children became very sick and was admitted to the hospital off and on for two years. Hiya narrates: While I was in the hospital with my daughter I heard about … Read more