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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…

          Covid Update From Gondia

          June 11th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

          The Gondia Adopt a Region in the eastern part of the state reported 2,171 positive cases of which 23 succumbed to the virus. Among the millions of migrant workers that returned to their native places, Gondia registered 40,000 returnees from around the country with many more still en route. These migrant workers, after an arduous…

            From My Heart

            June 5th, 2020 by | | Posted in Field Updates

            India, along with its existing woes of poverty, floods, cyclones, famines, economic inequalities and a host of other issues, is currently facing the brunt of COVID 19. As always, the most affected are the poor and marginalized. Without being judgmental or critical, I share my evaluation of the present scenario in India. The premature timing…

              “Our life was going through hopelessness and my wife started quarreling with me due to the financial crisis and only darkness was before us.We had no prayer fellowshipin our family. After a few days of lockdown, a leader within Vision 2000 continued to encourage me to adopt Operation HOPE. God’s message given to Reverend Stephens, helped me and my family to grow in the Lord. Also, we received COVID-19 relief which helped our family. Operation HOPE brought…

                Avinoori lives with her two daughters Anjali (18) and Prajitha (11) in Gullakota. She and her daughters are believers. With the girls still in school, she is the sole breadwinner and provides for the family, working as a daily wage laborer in the fields. She lost her husband 16 years ago to cancer. Now, without…

                Back in November, God gave us a vision of every Believer’s house… With increasing antagonism toward Christians and Christian ministry, in November 2019 we launched an initiative called OPERATION HOPE (Houses of Prayer Everywhere) encouraging every believer’s home to be turned into a house of prayer in the event of extreme persecution. The positive side…

                  “There will be no breaching of walls, no going into captivity, no cry of distress in our streets. Blessed are the people of whom this is true; blessed are the people whose God is the LORD.” Psalms 144:14-15 Dear Friends, As I think of and pray for America today,  the words of Nelson Mandela come…

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