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Incredibly Healed of Cancer Through Prayer!

Sep 12, 2015 No Comments by

God gave me a great burden to start a church for people of my community. It wasn’t easy to do what the Lord had put in my heart. There were a lot of challenges and oppositions I had to face as I ventured out into the mission field. I was quite inexperienced in the ways […]

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Impact of Rural Education Centres

Aug 24, 2015 No Comments by

A majority of India still lives in villages and so the rural education in India is of utmost importance. Research has found that, even though the number of rural students attending schools is rising, more than half of the students in fifth grade are unable to read a second grade text book and are unable to solve […]

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Restoring Hope in Nepal

Jun 12, 2015 No Comments by

When a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on April 25th TellAsia’s team from north India set out almost immediately by jeep to offer help. At least 10,000 people are believed to have been killed and many of our disciples and ministry partners are suffering. Many buildings collapsed, including churches, killing many inside. Our first team of native leaders […]

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New Rural Education Centers

Feb 28, 2015 No Comments

Since 2007 TellAsia Ministries has been running 79 rural education centers in our Varanasi region. Through these simple and efficient outreaches thousands of children have learned to read and write while also coming to know Jesus. Now we’re excited to be launching rural education in Lucknow Region. On Feb. 3rd we organized a teacher training […]

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Blue Haven Village Ground Breaking!

Feb 16, 2015 No Comments

On January 13th we officially launched the construction of the Blue Haven Village facility with the measuring and initial digging for the pillars. On the way to the site Alok was so happy he was singing “How Great Thou Art” intermingled with Looney Tunes! Our contractor Ashok arrived with his construction team and first of […]

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Your Bethlehem

Dec 22, 2014 No Comments

Throughout Bible history, a divine destiny and special anointing rested upon the town of Bethlehem. It was in Bethlehem that Ruth the Moabitess, a young widow facing a bleak future, was redeemed by Boaz – a foreshadowing of Christ’s saving grace redeeming us out of our sin and slavery, transporting  us into new life.Then it […]

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A Village Transformed

Sep 09, 2014 No Comments

The plight of children of one particular village we visited was ery sad. They wore dirty, stained clothes and some had running noses with flies sitting on their faces. They talked to each other using filthy language because no one had taught them proper etiquette. There was litter strewn around everywhere in front of their […]

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Brick Yard Children Find Hope

May 30, 2014 No Comments

In India, thousands of women, men and children slave away in brick yards. Common to almost all brick yards is the use of violence, explicit or implicit. Women and girls, however, are profoundly affected. Many girls and young women are raped, many families are held as virtual slaves, and those who survive often struggle to […]

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Human Trafficking Visit: One Woman’s Voice

Apr 29, 2014 No Comments

Ann writes: “I’m excited to give this month’s report on Blue Haven Children’s Home.  My husband and I lead trips all over the world, but our favorite place to come is India and our favorite leader to work with is Leanna.  She is extremely visionary and generous of heart. “She brought our team to two sex […]

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Precious Tears!

Oct 15, 2013 No Comments

Surbhi (not her real name), a 21-year-old unmarried girl, was brought into captivity and sexually harassed by a ‘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 frequented […]

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