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Filming the Action

Feb 13, 2014 No Comments by

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is almost as good as being there in person. But for over 15 years TellAsia has never created a proper video about our work. So this past year we prayerfully searched for a videographer/producer to do the job, and the Lord led us to Eli [...]

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Hazards on the Road!

Nov 07, 2013 No Comments by

Through the 2020 Network project TellAsia is providing resources such as Bibles, cycles, motorcycles and musical instruments to hundreds of native pastors and leaders in North India. In preparation for the distribution in Barabanki District, the local pastor Chetram went to several villages to invite the new believers to come for the meeting. He informed [...]

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Precious Tears!

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments by

Surbhi (not her real name), a 21-year-old unmarried girl, was brought into captivity and sexually harassed by a Hindu ‘Baba’ (guru). He hypnotized her so she would not cause trouble, and treated her cruelly. She was raped and beaten almost every day. The “Tantrik” (godman) and his son exploited her and several other women who [...]

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Life Transformed!

Sep 21, 2013 No Comments

I was brought up in a typical Hindu family. I attended school but found English a very difficult subject. Despite my best efforts I could not master it. When I found out that I didn’t pass my 10th grade examination, I lost all interest in my studies and decided to search for work instead of [...]

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Flooded Varanasi

Sep 01, 2013 No Comments

Varanasi is facing the worst flooding situation since year 1978. The Ganges river in the district has crossed the danger mark and waters are increasing every day.  This has inundated low lying areas in and around Varuna and Ganges river. More than 100,000 people have been affected by these floods that have forced people to [...]

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Our Boys Surprised Us

Aug 10, 2013 No Comments

On July 6th Vidisha Foundation in Lucknow organized a drawing competition. The contest theme was ‘Family and Nature’. The contest was open for children aged between 8-15; four of our children from Blue Haven got the opportunity to take part and to create a drawing, expressing their vision for family and nature. Just before the [...]

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Deliverance and Healing!

May 02, 2013 No Comments

One of the ways we spread the Gospel in North India is through small rural healing meetings. Typical attendance is around 300 people and most of those who accept Christ become connected to a house-based fellowship. The same works of healing and deliverance from demons that we read of in the Gospels and the Book [...]

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Kingdom Impact in South Korea

May 02, 2013 No Comments

For two weeks in the end of March and into April I was ministering in South Korea. It was an incredible time experiencing yet another nation and mobilizing God’s people to impact the world for our King. I especially appreciated the generosity of our hosts who allowed me to also bring my disciple-assistant Gaurav from [...]

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Fun at Blue Haven Children’s Home

Feb 05, 2013 No Comments

Christmas Joy On Christmas Eve the 32 children at Blue Haven Children’s Home participated in a doughnut-making extravaganza. In the first few batches they put too much baking soda in the dough, but nobody cared—the doughnuts were devoured anyway! Sister Ricky, Blue Haven’s director, led some fun games such as a race where the children [...]

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Sing a New Bhajan Unto the Lord

Jan 28, 2013 No Comments

The Bhojpuri language is the village dialect of Hindi spoken throughout the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh and the neighboring state of Bihar. Since most of the people who speak this language are illiterate, they couldn’t rely on traditional teaching or books to carry on the religious traditions of their ancestors, so they developed a [...]

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