NEWS & UPDATES FROM THE FIELD

Children’s Gospel Clubs: Eternal Impact

June 7, 2018

More than 20 years ago, India Gospel League began a program to reach one of the largest segments of India’s population: children. Back in 1997, this initiative, Children’s Gospel Clubs (CGCs), began with a few dozen kids. But this year we estimate 965,000 children will attend clubs across India, Sri Lanka and Nepal!  CGCs is one…

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International Day for the Unreached

May 18, 2018

Did you know that three percent of the U.S. population is still unreached? But in India 95 percent of people are still unreached? That means there are over 1.2 billion people in 2,291 people groups* who have yet to hear about Jesus. That’s a really big number and an overwhelming task. That’s why we’re asking you to…

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From Bully to Bible Teacher

May 10, 2018

“I have learned the importance of children and importance of loving children,” said Samson, 25, after finishing a recent Children’s Gospel Club (CGC) training. Samson only attended the March training to become a CGC teacher because his mother wouldn’t stop pestering him to go. It’s no exaggeration to say there was no love lost between…

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Child Care Update

April 13, 2018

A Joyful Feeling Birthdays come once a year. It is an unforgettable day for our children because they are able to get together with their friends and fellow housemates. Their friends greet them and celebrate their special day with them. This was Selvapriya’s experience when she celebrated her 14th birthday on February 3, 2018. She…

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World Water Day 2018!

March 20, 2018

Did you know 163 million people living in India do not have access to clean water? The World Bank estimates 21 percent of communicable diseases in India are due to unsafe water and hygiene practices. Even more upsetting, in India every year 2.1 million children under five die from the effects of drinking contaminated water.…

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NEWS & UPDATES FROM THE FIELD

Children’s Gospel Clubs: Eternal Impact

More than 20 years ago, India Gospel League began a program to reach one of the largest segments of India’s population: children. Back in 1997, this initiative, Children’s Gospel Clubs (CGCs), began with a few dozen kids. But this year we estimate 965,000 children will attend clubs across India, Sri Lanka and Nepal!  CGCs is one…
Read More

International Day for the Unreached

Did you know that three percent of the U.S. population is still unreached? But in India 95 percent of people are still unreached? That means there are over 1.2 billion people in 2,291 people groups* who have yet to hear about Jesus. That’s a really big number and an overwhelming task. That’s why we’re asking you to…
Read More

From Bully to Bible Teacher

“I have learned the importance of children and importance of loving children,” said Samson, 25, after finishing a recent Children’s Gospel Club (CGC) training. Samson only attended the March training to become a CGC teacher because his mother wouldn’t stop pestering him to go. It’s no exaggeration to say there was no love lost between…
Read More

Child Care Update

A Joyful Feeling Birthdays come once a year. It is an unforgettable day for our children because they are able to get together with their friends and fellow housemates. Their friends greet them and celebrate their special day with them. This was Selvapriya’s experience when she celebrated her 14th birthday on February 3, 2018. She…
Read More

World Water Day 2018!

Did you know 163 million people living in India do not have access to clean water? The World Bank estimates 21 percent of communicable diseases in India are due to unsafe water and hygiene practices. Even more upsetting, in India every year 2.1 million children under five die from the effects of drinking contaminated water.…
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Celebrating International Women’s Day: A Woman’s Life Changed Forever

When Abirami turned 16, her parents took her out of school and married her off, a common practice in her culture. She was heartbroken. Abirami loved learning, but her parents and new husband told her that further education was no longer necessary – her only job now was to be a wife, mother and homemaker.…
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