Monthly Archives: August 2016

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    Sewing Centers Bring in the Dough

    August 31, 2016 | Dariya Development

    In July 2016, Dariya Development organized short trainings of Dough Flowering and Glass Painting training in three village sewing centers in the village of W. Fifty-one village women participated in these three trainings of four days. The purpose of these short trainings was to teach women in the sewing centers not only sewing skills but … Read more

  • Thanks and Prayers

    August 30, 2016 | Bible Faith Mission

    We, from our family, the board of directors, the workers, the pastors and the Mission as a whole thank you all, our dear praying and supporting individuals and churches. As you share your resources to build the global Church, we also join hands with you in prayer and in fellowship. As you partner with us, … Read more

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    Bright Girl, Bright Future

    August 30, 2016 | Oasis India

      The Borivali slums project is making a positive impact in the lives of the people in G P Nagar area. The various activities of the project have helped the community people understand the value of education, social, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being and overall community development. Oasis India is working with like-minded NGOs and … Read more

  • Relief and Development (Earthquake Relief)

    August 29, 2016 | National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

      Due to our work, 80 families received temporary houses. Through gifts of 60 desks and chairs; 500 students benefited. We provided trauma counseling training for 20 church/organization leaders, health workers and others. Five to seven self-help groups have been formed in “B”. This project is a challenge since we lack experience in this area. … Read more

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    Micro-Loans & Business Training For Women

    August 29, 2016 | Kawkikete Community Outreach

    We currently have five active areas of micro-enterprise/ training centers with 300 women participating. The rolling fund is about $13,000, and we are only dealing with Christians for now. During meetings, Bible stories and topical songs are told in the local language. Families are transformed thanks to this combination of the Word of God and … Read more

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    Indian Women in Lord’s Labor

    August 28, 2016 | Joshua Vision India

    Fourteen women from IWILL were commissioned. Rev. Dr. J S, the Chairperson of TENT, our parent ministry, handed out the certificates. One of the commissioned women is from West Bengal. She shared, “I am a new believer and my husband is a pastor. This training has given a new outlook to my ministry. I want … Read more

  • Reaching Himalaya AUGUST 2016

    Education to the Needy

    August 25, 2016 | RHC, Nepal

    D D is from a village known as P which is close to the China border. D D is one of the four children. We were scared to even think of educating our children as we come from a very poor economic background and it is beyond our reach. Through the Sponsor A Child project my … Read more

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    New opportunities

    August 25, 2016 | House of Hope

    “I was very isolated, afraid to open up and make friends. God healed me and gave me a new way to look at people and accept them.” S “Although I studied many years ago at the Timothy School, this year I came with my wife. We both learned a lot and God gave us an … Read more

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    Mission Center

    August 24, 2016 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

    I visited the site with Rene during his visit. He was excited at the work done so far and encouraged us to continue to work hard and trust in God for the completion of the project. Currently, an extended roof for the veranda of the first floor has been completed. Additionally, a balustrade and hand-rail … Read more

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    Sponsor a Child: H and Y

    August 24, 2016 | Cahaya Suku

    Their father was a shaman who attempted to heal people with black magic before he came to Christ. We believe that H and Y were affected by their father’s job. They didn’t have any desire to go to school, and their parents didn’t urge them to get an education. After their father become a follower … Read more