Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • INOI March 2017 Update staff with banner

    Rescuing children from human trafficking

    March 31, 2017 | Oasis India

      Amid the hustle and bustle that usually goes on at train stations; it is easy to miss potential dangers that might be lurking. However, our trained Early Encounter team, who were on a night surveillance mission, spotted three young boys getting off the train just a little after midnight. They looked tired and disoriented … Read more

  • Growing the Church in Cambodia

    March 30, 2017 | River of Life Church, Cambodia

    Baptism in Cambodia’s West Region. Each week, church planters with River of Life church, Cambodia, go out by Regions into their communities to witness the Gospel to the people of various beliefs such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Animism and local traditions. The church planters work in groups to help strengthen existing churches in the districts in … Read more

  • A Cow Named Blessing

    March 28, 2017 | Fountain of Hope

    My name is Meach, I am 58 years old, married and have three daughters and one son. I am living in Pursat Province in Cambodia. My husband left me for a much younger woman when my son was 5 years old. Since that time, I had to take responsibility as both father and mother for my … Read more

  • INCG March 2017 Update all transformation group meeting at Tondiarpet

    Community transformation

    March 24, 2017 | CGAI

      WISHALL (Community Transformation unit of CGAI) has been working with more than 550 women in two communities for the past 12 years by developing their savings habit, providing them skill training and developing their personality by teaching proper values. With the changing urban context and the plight of young girls, WISHALL has started to … Read more

  • Helping communities help themselves

    March 23, 2017 | Shepherd's Call, Central Asia

      Shepherd’s Call held a recent community development training in one Central Asian village where participants came up with multiple problems in their community. Participants finally agreed on their worst problem — addiction to naswar, especially among the children. Naswar is a type of strong chewing tobacco that has an adverse impact on the body and brain development. … Read more

  • SEPR March 2017 Update Evangelism outreach and bible

    Outreach update

    March 22, 2017 | PRODEV, Senegal

      The work of evangelism started since December 2016. Our church planter’s name is Jakum*. In his monthly report he said, “I have two contacts. One is a Koran teacher, and the other one is a close relative. The moment came when they had to make a decision after I presented the Gospel to them.” The … Read more

  • NPRH March 2017 Update God has a purpose Anhjuk RHC

    God has a purpose…

    March 21, 2017 | RHC, Nepal

      RHC, Nepal was established as a faith based organization. RHC is committed to community skill development projects, assisting orphans and educating children, etc. This is a story of one of the children in our Sponsor a Child program.   Anhjuk* is currently studying in grade eight. He drank some kind of acid by mistake … Read more

  • ALHH March 2017 Update school children 2

    The Lord hears our desires

    March 20, 2017 | House of Hope

      We recently spoke with a brother from a local tribe. He is the director of a private school. Before he worked there, he was a shop owner, but the Lord knew his true desire.   One late night, he heard someone speaking alone outside of his shop. He opened the door to see who … Read more

  • GHCO March 2017 Update new fellowship with the Jula

    Willing to suffer to reach the Jula

    March 18, 2017 | Christian Outreach Fellowship

      We are thankful to God for your life. Thank you for taking the time to read our reports and also to pray with us! This month, I would like to share with you about the ministry of J*, the COF church planter engaged in reaching the Jula people.   According to J, he and … Read more

  • ISSG March 2017 Update woman and refugee

    Family stories from the Holy Land

    March 18, 2017 | Jerusalem Evangelistic Outreach, Holy Land

      We seek to help all sectors of society and especially the refugees who need it most. In the last few months more than 150 families have been helped with the money that you generously send through Partners International. We are amazed at the work of God in the field as we approach places where … Read more