"God’s Word is persuasive having the potential to slowly chip away at a human being till the truth strikes his heart. We distributed the players whispering a prayer that it would change the whole Banchhada community."
"How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed?
How are they to believe in him of whom they haven't heard?
And how are they to hear without someone preaching?"
- Romans 10:14
Imagine a father staring into the big brown eyes of his daughter as she wriggles slowly in his arms. She’s got big round eyes, a small chin and soft curly hair just like her mother. The father would have tears in his eyes, dreaming about the things this bundle of joy would achieve in life just like any normal Father would. But you are WRONG... This child was born to a Banchhada family in India and her life will never be normal. Read on to know more.
The children did not mind the heat and were so full of joy. They sang songs for us and welcomed us with their beautiful smiles. We distributed these lovely dolls and the players to them. It was wonderful to see many hugging and kissing their soft dolls. They were excited and we hope that the players they listen to will not only be helpful for their own spiritual nourishment but for everyone in their homes. It is our prayer that each child will know the Lord Jesus Christ in a personal manner.
In the month of February, WCOI distributed audio Bibles at a Leprosy home and at a Leprosy colony. Leprosy homes house residents who have been cured or leprosy but because of the stigma attached to this disease they are rejected by their own families.
Being the first born son in a non-christian family, Rev Sundararajan grew up to be a Communist and disliked anyone who spoke about God. His aim was to complete a Degree in Political Science and move to Russia for his Higher Education. But, God had other plans.
“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it.” -John 1.5
"As he gave me his hand, I noticed that Samikannu had no fingers in both his hands. Yes, leprosy had taken its toll on Samikannu." Read on to know more about Samikannu and his story.