No Longer a Slumdog by K. P. Yohannan


     The nation of India is full of children who will never know anything other than poverty. They were born into the Hindu caste system, beneath the lowest caste. They are less than human, untouchable, unwanted. They are forced to work in fields and factories so they might be able to eat one meal each […]

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Words Are Cheap, But the Gospel Is Priceless


 If I told you I have a proven way to help share the Gospel, and all I need from you is a small donation, how much would you expect me to ask for? How much would you be willing to give? $100? Too much? Ok, how about $50? Still no? Well, what about $10? $5? […]

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Even Mud Looks Good When You Are Hungry


     According to CNN-IBN, 2 million children die of hunger each year in India. That’s about 6,000 children dying everyday because they don’t have enough to eat. The Times of India reports that, “Malnutrition accounts for nearly 50% of child deaths in India.” It has gotten to a point where children will eat mud when […]

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Life-Giving Water for Asia


     By now, it’s no secret that I greatly support Gospel for Asia and all the work they do. GFA has recently started something new, called MyGFA. It’s a way for supporters, like me, to help raise awareness. MyGFA currently has three options. You can start a campaign to raise money for: 1) a bicycle for a […]

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Is There Hope for the Women of India?


What would you do if, every day, you were treated as nothing but a possession? What if you were forced to eat last, after your husband and male children, leaving you little food? What if you faced the horror of being burned alive, simply because your dowry is not enough for your new husband… a […]

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Celebrate Christ, Transform Lives


Christmas is only a week away, and everyone is doing last-minute shopping. Searching for that perfect gift for the loved one who already has everything. Giving is great, in any form, but sometimes we need to take a step back and think not just about our family, friends and co-workers, but about those people we […]

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Sisters in Faith


Earlier this  month I reviewed a book called Half the Church by Carolyn Custis James. In her book, James reaches out to the women of the west to take their rightful places in the Church of God, not inferior or superior to men, but as equals; a different gender with different things to offer as we all […]

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