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Jewish Voice medical missions dispense free eyeglasses by the thousands! Manipur, India 2013 In May we conducted another Medical Outreach in the far northeast of India. The Bnei Menashe people are believed to be one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. They maintained – in isolation – many of their ancestral Jewish customs, rituals, and religious references. It has been our privilege to minister free medical, dental, and eye care to these beauti»
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Successful Anti-Slavery Models in India | International Justice Mission
Successful anti-slavery models do exist.»
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“I have come to realize more and more that the greatest disease and the greatest suffering is to be unwanted, unloved, uncared for, to be shunned by everybody, to be just nobody (to no one).” ~Mother Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997)   It makes sense then that the orphans of India are found in groups at least they matter to one another. *** When asked by Word Films to review this new movie, Mother India, I watched the trailer first (click her»
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YOU COULD WIN! Word Films has offered to give a copy to “Mother India” to one of Writer of Pop’s readers! To enter, just send an email with "India" in the subject line and include your name to toteyj@aim.com. Good luck! Tomorrow, the rest of the world will be able to experience what I did by watching the new documentary, “Mother India: Life through theEyes of the Orphan,” winner of “Best Short Documentary” at the 2012 San Diego Ch»
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One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody. ~ Mother Theresa So the story of the new Mother India film is this: two guys went to India. They saw orphans. A lot of them. They returned to the US. They thought they could do more to tell the story of the 31 million [...]
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Planting Seeds of Hope in Delhi, India | Children International
Welcome to the Bawana slum in Delhi, Ind»
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Join us as we pray through the year for each country on the World Watch List. Take the 5 Minute Challenge and make an eternal difference for persecuted Christians.   This Week’s Prayer Focus: India While most Indian Christians are relatively free, many parts of the country remain key battlegrounds between Hindu extremists and Christians. Read more on the World Watch list website. Download this week’s prayer bulletin Download Information»
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Another awesome day in Panama. We started with a two hour trip from camp and a river canoe ride to an Embera Indian school.   Our teens put on a puppet show and shared the gospel.   Afterward, the team interacted with the students and served hot dogs, drinks, and candy. Afterward we headed down the Chgres River with canoes and Indian guides, and headed to a waterfall near an Indian village. Five minutes into the trip the rains came! The»
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I had a great time over the last few days doing art ministry. My first stop was at the Church of the Brethren Church Planting Conference at Bethany Seminary in Richmond Indiana. I did a workshop on the concept of what it means to “Be the Body.” I also did live worship paintings in each of the four worship gatherings. The first piece was based on the passage referring to faith the size of a mustard seed moving mountains. I went off th»