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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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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All They Ask For is Courage

Please take a moment to watch this short video before reading. For those of us who live with religious freedom in countries like the USA, these may look more like scenes from a movie… but they’re not. In countries where Islam, Hinduism, and even atheistic communism rule the land, Christians are persecuted every day. Jobs […]

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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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False Witness by Randy Singer

     Bounty hunter Clark Shealy has forty-eight hours. His wife’s life depends on it. Clark must find an Indian professor who has created an algorithm that could crack all internet encryption. The professor has it, and the Chinese mafia wants it. Clark must do things he never thought possible to try to save the life […]

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Little Girls of India

God must want me focused on this issue because things keep coming up. I read an article on Yahoo today about the treatment of girls in India. The horrible treatment of girls and women in this culture is nothing new to me, but my heart breaks whenever I hear or read about it. I feel like […]

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