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Children in Crisis

July 24th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

My name is Rahul. My sister and I live at a Children’s Home while my dad works as a daily wage laborer in the neighboring state of Kerela. During the lockdown, the government sent us back to our homes. My father was unable to get back to our village in the midst of the lockdown.…

                        IGL is currently working toward stronger, sustainable communities. Through skills training and microcredit loans, IGL is setting people up from relying on relief to a sustaining, longterm recovery. Throughout June, in places like Bihar, pastors trained their congregants on cottage industries. Microcredit loans were distributed to…

      This year the start of CGCs has looked completely different than other years, but God in His sovereignty already had plans orchestrated. The W.H.O. announced COVID-19 as a pandemic and shortly afterwards, the Indian government declared a nation-wide lockdown. They extended the deadline multiple times and continue to do so each month. Originally the leadership…

        The Needs of Our Pastors

        July 22nd, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

        “I am so thankful for all the prayers, support and much-needed groceries. I know this help is from God. As Mark 11:24 says ‘Therefore I say to you, what things so ever you desire, when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you shall have them’. I see these words fulfilled in my life…

          Why Are You So Happy?

          July 20th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

          I met Daniel twenty years ago when he was living on the streets. At this time, leprosy was even more prevalent in India than it is now, and we were reaching out to people with leprosy by providing regular meals and medical care. Daniel started coming in to get food, and that’s how I got…

            Hold On To HOPE

            July 16th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

            If you are having trouble this week with believing big or even believing . . . Do this one small thing. Ask God for GER and read about these believers in India. Avinoori Lakshmi lives with her two daughters Anjali (18) and Prajitha (11) in Gullakota. They are believers. With the girls still in school, she is the sole breadwinner and provides…

              Dayal’s Story

              July 13th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

              “The Lord saved my life from the pleasures of this world and made my life meaningful to others.” Isn’t it an amazing salvation that frees us from slavery to trinkets and recreates us as people of eternal significance? This is Dayal’s story. If we were to talk with Dayal’s friends, they would describe him as…

                From a Mess to a Miracle

                July 9th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

                Kavitha is a mother of three children. Before the lockdown, her family experienced constant quarreling. In the first few days of the lockdown, her family was frustrated, and had no peace between them. Kavita’s pastor introduced them to Operation HOPE, and encouraged her to gather her family to pray every day for two hours. They…

                  Unleashed

                  July 6th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

                  Building God’s Kingdom, Not My Own Very early in my ministry journey, God helped me make some shifts in how I thought about the work I was called to do. I served with my father in IGL and as a barefoot village pastor for about eleven years until 1988, when he passed away and I…

                    Helping Others

                    June 26th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

                              “The believers in my church do not have the financial strength to support me, so I have a small tailoring shop to help my family survive. The Corona Virus came like a tsunami and due to the lockdown, everything stopped. It was a painful time. But our Almighty God knows…

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