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Independence Day

Today the people of Gujarat and all of India are celebrating, rejoicing in their Independence.  This is ironic, when the majority of the people of India are captive to their religions and the beliefs that keep them from knowing the … Continue reading

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Gujarat is made up of 18,544 villages–having anywhere from thousands to tens of thousands of people–and that doesn’t count the cities! Thousands of these villages have never been visited by a Believer, have never even been prayed for by name. … Continue reading

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In His plan

This older gentleman became a Believer recently from a Hindu background. He began attending church but did not have opportunity to grow in his faith or learn as much as he wanted. While in line at a government office, he … Continue reading

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Bakri Eid

On October 15, Muslims in Gujarat and all around the world celebrate Bakri Id, or Eid-Al-Adha, in commemoration of Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son before God.  Celebrations include new clothes, ritual prayers and holy readings, family gatherings and special … Continue reading

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Hindu New Year

The Hindu New Year, called by many names around India, is celebrated during April 11-16 this year, on the first day of the month called Chaitra. This time is full of celebrations all centered on newness, prosperity, and fresh beginnings. … Continue reading

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Whiter than snow

Psalm 51:7   wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Dhobi is the name for a person who washes clothes in India.  It is also the name of a people group.  Though the majority of the Dhobi are … Continue reading

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Let your light shine

Matthew 5: 14-16 “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to … Continue reading

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