“Go, Make Disciples”

“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” 

-Matthew 28:19-20.


We love to go where God lead us. Last month God lead us to the western part of our country. We went to our Calvary Chapel church plant there with our Bible College students. Our students were so excited to hear stories about the church and how God is moving in that area. Our students went to a tribal people group. They preformed a dance, songs, skit and shared the gospel. They showed love and care for the people and prayed with them. The next day we had a youth conference. Over 60 teenagers and young adults came. We shared God’s Word with games with the young people. We had a great time of fellowship with them. The next day we did street evangelism close to the church. A lot of people loved to hear the Gospel and watch the skit. Our students learned to “GO” because God command us to “GO”. Please pray for our students that they may love to go where God wants them to go.

Make Disciples

God has been so gracious to us. He has connected us with so many people around our country. So many people love to be discipled through us. Many pastors love to send their young people to our Bible College. We ask each of our students to teach a small cell group. We do not want them only to learn but we want them to also teach alongside us. We take them to different places so that they can see the mission field. May they have a heart for the people where God leads them. Our students are willing to work with any kind of people group. They are open to work in children’s ministry. They are open to serve in the leprosy camp, etc. Please pray that these young people will be good disciples and that they will make other disciples.

It is so awesome to see people come to Christ. The Bible says “there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents.” We love the new believers to grow in God’s grace.

Teach Them

We see in Book of Acts that the Apostle Paul was teaching people from the Word of God. We do not only love to share the Gospel, we also love to teach people more about Christ and make Him known. We love to teach any denomination and people group. Last month we went to some church students to teach and encourage them from God’s Word. We believe that after coming to Christ, people must grow in God’s Word. It is always awesome to explain how important it is to teach the Bible verse-by-verse, so we arranged an Inductive Bible Study workshop in the eastern part of our country. Please pray that God will raise up these young leaders to grow in God’s Word and grace.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

We Are Good Soldiers

Soldiers for the People of the Himalayas

We are given the assignment to share the Gospel all over the world by Jesus. There is not anywhere that is excluded. We are to share the Gospel in the easy places and in the hard places, in the Himalayan mountain range and in the flat land, in the closed areas and in the open areas, to Hindu people and to Buddhist people.

We are thankful to God that many years ago people of God came to our country with the same mind set. We have heard the Gospel and we were saved. Now God is building the same mindset in us. There are so many people in our country who haven’t heard the Gospel. One of the places where people live is in the Himalayan mountain range. A lot of people who live there have never heard the Gospel even once. God allowed us to go last month in March to the Himalayan mountains to share the Gospel. This area had hard trekking routes. Because of this, people do not want to go these places and the Gospel has not reached there. As a soldier of Christ we went there, not because we are strong, but because our God of love compels us to do so. Please pray for these Himalayan people to come to know God.

Soldiers for the People of the City

“For I have much people in this City”-Acts 18:10.

This verse remind us to do Gospel outreach in the city. We know street preachers are caught and sent to prison, but we preach in our Bible college courtyard. We ask our students as well as church believers to invite their family members, friends, and neighbors who have not received Christ as their Savior. Last week many people showed up in our courtyard to hear the Gospel. Our Bible school students did a skit, dances, and songs. We shared from God’s Word. One of the teenage girls received Christ as her personal Savior. One woman said that she will begin attending church every week. We see the harvest in city and it is ready. We pray that God pours His Spirit on us more and more. We see our students as future soldiers. They are trained for this war and believe that they will be doing the same things in their communities. We believe this verse, “To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me. “-Acts 26:18. Please pray for our city. There are 6 million people here, but only about 200,000 are believers. God may bring revival to this city and country.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

“But the Word of God Grew and Multiplied.”

“But the Word of God grew and multiplied.”

Acts 12:24

It is always exciting to write about how our God is in our mist, and how His kingdom is flourishing. When we look around, we see so many different ways that He has been working. I will explain some of the ways of how He is working in our mist.

In Our Bible College:

Things are going differently in our country. Young adults want to go abroad to find jobs and to chase their dreams. We have seen a million people leave our country. But there are some young people who want to leave their homes and join Bible college. We see hope in our country that God is working in our mist. These young people are not perfect, but our perfect God has greater plan for these imperfect young people. This new semester 8 new students were admitted in our Bible college. Now all together we have 31 students. There are 10 girls and 21 boys. Please pray that they grow in God’s Word and grace.

In Our Bible College Student’s Lives:

One of our Bible college students graduated a couple of months ago. He went to his hometown and started to share the Gospel. His name is Dhan. He received Christ when he was living at his sister’s house in the capital. He knew about our Bible college and came. 2 years later, after finishing Bible college, he went back to his village. While he was sharing Christ, he happened to meet one of the pastors of that area. That pastor invited him Church and asked him to teach in a house fellowship. Everyone in the fellowship was so blessed to hear Word from him. They had not thought that a young man could teach the Bible and open the scriptures in this way. Then the pastor asked him to teach in his youth meeting. Now the same pastor is asking him to teach in the main church service. Please pray for this young man. May God open the door for him to serve in the ways that God wants to use him.

In Our Bible College Community:

Our Bible college courtyard has become a blessing to our community. We did a couple of outreach programs there and invited the people of our community to come and enjoy the programs. We did Gospel songs, skits, and dances and shared the Gospel message. Since we had the programs, 2 brothers in our neighborhood started to come to church. They love having fellowship with us now. They are getting to know Christ and love to hang out with our students. We also made it open to the community to come and play table tennis in our courtyard, so that we can share Christ with them. Please pray that God may bring more young people to our courtyard ministry so that the students may have chances serve in and out of our Bible college.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

“Some Thirtyfold, Some Sixty, and Some a Hundred.”

But these are the ones sown on good ground, those who hear the word, accept it, and bear fruit: some thirtyfold, some sixty, and some a hundred.”

   -(Mark 4:20.)

We didn’t understand before, but when we read the above verse, which is spoken by our Lord Jesus, we see this can happen in the present day. It did not happen in our early days of ministry. But thanks to God, this has happened in the recent days! We believe it will happen in the future too. We are waiting for this miracle to come. May God bring revival in our country!

Some Thirtyfold

Our Calvary Bible Institute had 30 young students. We are so thankful to our God, who gave us the opportunity to disciple these young people.

In November we were able to graduate 10 students in our Bible College. Some of the graduates are already serving the people. We see that they are already ordained by our God for His kingdom. God brought these students from different parts of our country so we believe that they will be serving

in different parts of the country. These students love God’s Word. Hopefully they will make His Word known everywhere and wherever God leads them.

We can tell that these students have a serving heart. We believe that they will serve God and that they are sold out to God. We see some of them as apostles, some prophets, some evangelists and some pastors and teachers. Please keep praying for these young people.

Some Sixtyfold

A couple of years ago, one of our students, named Joshep, graduated from our Calvary Bible Institute. Now he is serving in the eastern part of the country as a Pastor in his community. He loves God and loves people. He went back home to help his father in ministry. While he was helping his father, he started to teach and share the Gospel. This has led so many people joining the church. There are now young people, old people, and people from many different tribes who are coming to Christ. Joshep got married and has a year old son. He loves to share the Gospel in the congregation as well as one-on-one. Last month, 17 people publicly made a commitment to Christ. Most of the people were young people. Please pray that God will use him even more in the coming days.

Some a Hundredfold

One of our pastors graduated a long time ago. He is serving in another area of the country. His name is Pastor Milan. He is the youth leader in his district. He leads a once a year youth camp that hundreds of people come to.

Last month, he asked me to teach at his youth camp. Around 500 young people came. These young people love the Lord. Calvary Bible Institute senior students also attended this camp so that they could encourage other young people. These young people were able to study Psalm 103. Many young people are chasing the things of this world, but these young people follow Jesus. We need to pray that these young people will surrender their lives for the things of the kingdom of God.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

The Great Commission

“And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, ‘All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.’ Amen.”

‭‭Matthew‬ ‭28‬:‭18‬-‭20

It is always awesome to do what the Jesus says. Though people have been doing it for ages, it is not enough. So, we also love to have this kind of activity in our ministry. Thank you all who had been praying for us, because we could not have done this without prayer. To God be the glory!

“In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit”

We love to share the Gospel. It is only the Gospel that has the power to bring people to Christ. During the last couple of months, we have been sharing Christ. People came to Christ and are excited to follow the Lord publicly. These people came to Christ because our Bible College students love to share Christ together with us whenever they get a chance. These people are new in Christ want to live for Christ now. Please keep praying for them that they they may grow in His Word and grace. We believe that these young people may share Christ to their families and friends. So please pray that God may pour His Spirit upon them.

“Go Therefore” 

We love to go and do outreach to share Christ. We also love to invite people who do not know Christ. Last month we invited non-Christian people. More than 100 people showed up! Thank God! All of this happened only through the power of the Holy Spirit. The Bible College students sang Gospel songs, performed skits, and danced. I shared the Gospel from Gospel of John Chapter 1. After this event, we made some good connections with neighbors and young people. These people started to come to the Bible College Compound. Please pray that they may come to know Christ.

“Teaching Them to Observe All Things that I Have Commanded You”

My wife, Usha, has been a great help in our Calvary Bible Institute and Calvary Chapel. Thank you all who have been praying for her. Now it is not only I that teach, but now Usha also teaches the women. She is a great cook, so we call her “The Best Chef of in Our Country”. Now she is teaching the women as well with the power of Holy Spirit. She is the mother of 2 boys, but still she loves to be busy in God’s work. Usha loves to talk with people. She is a good counselor and friend to the women. Last week, she invited a bunch of friends from the church and encouraged them from Word of God. They also played games and prayed together. Please pray that these ladies may grow in God’s Word and grace daily.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

Fishers of Men

“ Follow Me, and I Will Make You Fishers of Men”

Fishers of Men in the Mountains

It is always exciting to share about what God is doing through our Bible College students. God had been raising up these young people so wonderfully that they are sold out for Jesus. They have been studying God’s Word. They are not only studying, they want live it out.

We opened up opportunities for all our students to serve in a remote area during their recent semester break. A couple of days later, some of the students came to my room and said, “Can we go to that village? God has been speaking to our hearts about those villages again and again.” So we sent them.

They stayed in that village for a month and shared the Gospel door-to-door. They made young friends and invited them to church and to have tea. They also encouraged the church youth and took them in different villages to share Christ. Now people they invited have started coming to the church. Even one famous witch doctor is now coming to church! To God be glory!

Fishers of Men in the Plains

Some Bible College students wanted to go to a flat area where the Gospel had not yet reached. It is so easy to physically reach people in the plains, but it is very hard to reach in their hearts. The people who live in the plains are very influenced by the Hindu religion. They are extremely hard-hearted towards the Gospel.

Some of our students went to the plains to share Christ. They kept on being persistent, believing that God can change hearts and that someday, in God’s timing, the the people they shared with will receive Christ. They went from village to village sharing the Gospel. They became light and salt in the mist of the Hindu people, though the people were close-minded toward the Gospel. We believe that what is done for Christ will never be in vain.

Fishers of Men and Women in the Capital

Together, the Bible college students and staff love to go to share Christ around the city. We go to the city, share Christ, and invite people to our Bible study. The students are learning to share Christ every time we go.

Some of the people have shown up at our Bible study. One man came to Bible study and the next week he brought his whole family. They all gave their lives to Jesus! OH ! What a joyful moment!

Now our students are more excited to go share Christ more–all around the city, highways and byways. They are sharing Christ with all of the drug addicted people, store keepers, ex-prisoners, policemen, shepherds, etc. Doing this makes them realize how privileged they are to know Christ and have relationships with the one true God.

Please pray for all our CBI students as they may grow more in His Grace and and in His Word….Amen.

Anand and Usha and Family

Imitators of Christ

It is always a blessing to share what is happening and guess what will happen according to the promises of God. So many thanks to all our seniors who lead us, teach us, and show us how to follow Jesus.

“Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ.”

-1 Corinthians 11:1

Imitators as prayer warriors: We all know that the only thing the disciples of Jesus asked Him to teach was how to pray. We all believe that prayer is so important. We see that Jesus prayed, His disciples prayed, and all men of God pray. We also pray. We love to pray and we love to join together in prayer.

It is awesome to see our students have prayer meetings every Friday. These Bible Institute students have learned as the 1st century church did. We love to say they not only pray but also thank God for how He answered their prayers. These students have learned to wait upon the Lord and go share the Gospel. These students have sold themselves for Christ and carry their crosses and kneel down so that Nepalis may come to Christ. Thank you all so much who join us in prayer to win people for Christ.

“Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth laborers into his harvest.”

Matthew 9:38

Imitators as Gospel preachers: Jesus preached “the kingdom of Heaven”. We appreciate our students’ love to go out and preach the Gospel. They have seen how dark the world is. They have seen how people are lost. They have seen that people are sheep without a Shepard. They have gone to the Leprosy colony to share Christ and also to the city square. They use Gospel songs and Gospel folk dances. Through songs and dance these students have learned to share the Gospel. They were rejected by many and accepted by many. They know that the servant is never greater than the master. We appreciate your prayers as they preach the Gospel.

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.”       

Roman 1:16

Imitators of Jesus’ Love: As Christ left heaven for the sinners of this world, our student had to forsake this world to love God and the people of the community. So many Nepali young people go to work abroad chasing their dream, but we thank God that we have students who want to love God and serve the people of Nepal. We believe that these things happen only because of the Spirit of God living in us. Our students have seen the urgency to share Christ in the mist of their people.  This has happened because Christ’s love compels them to serve Him. Despite the discrimination of the caste system (because the majority of people in the community are Hindu), the students love to tell people of every caste about God. As Christ has emptied Himself for us, our students have also learned to empty themselves and as Christ became a servant, they have also become servants.

“And above all things have fervent love for one another, for love will cover a multitude of sins.”

1 Peter 4:8

Prayer Requests:

  • Please pray for us to have good health.
  • Please pray for our students as they are in their villages serving the Lord. May God use them powerfully in their communities.
  • Please pray for us as we will be traveling to west Nepal. Some of our students want to start a church there in the future.
  • Please pray. We are going to do a conference and outreach in west Nepal.
  • Please pray for us to have safe travel. We will be traveling to our students home area to see the area, visit, and pray with them.
  • Please pray for an outreach that we will be doing in a different area. May God prepare the hearts of people to receive Christ.

Thank you,

Anand and Usha and Family

New Place, New People, New Joy

It is always so exciting to write an update about how God is working in us. We thank God! He has helped us do so much. He has involve us in His ministry. We want to share how God gave us so much “NEW”.
New Place

We were excited about the graduation where one of the students from the West graduated. It was so amazing that God provided funds for us to travel to the West and do inductive Bible study. It is always a blessing to share about mission trips. We believe that God is always faithful to lead us into different parts of the world. What He has commanded us to do, He always helps us to do. We believe it is always God’s mission and we are just instruments of Him. We were in a place we had never been in the West. We were so excited to do this mission. It was such an amazing time with the pastors and leaders who attended the Inductive Bible study classes for up to 3 days
Every day the classes were filled with excitement. It was not that we are good or experienced teachers, but that we know that the Holy Spirit was moving in most of us. We believe in prayer and that it was because of prayer as well. We thank God that it was more than mission, it was like a unknown family reunion before we are in heaven. 31 people came plus some others who were working in the kitchen. We had the chance to disciple all of them. Our time with them seemed so short, even though it was 3 days. We did not want to leave them and they did not want to leave us. It always brings us joy to see young men who are hungry for the Word of God. Hopefully they have fallen in love with the Word of God. We have been lead to do more missions in the coming days. Let all glory be to God.

And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen.
-Matthew 28:18-20.

New People:
Christmas is one of the most amazing seasons. It is when we can invite anyone in the community, our non-Christian friends and family to share with them about Christ. Every year we invite as many people as possible at Christmas. This year we had a lot of new people come to the Christmas outreach. We had little kids, young adults, and the elderly on Christmas day. On Christmas Eve all of our church members gathered together and sang Christmas songs. Many of us shared about how God is working our lives. It was a time of great joy. We also prayed together for the Christmas day outreach.
We could see how excited the people were to have a Christmas outreach. The church members were excited to sing, dance and bless the non-Christians. They had invited their in-laws, sisters, brothers, and friends. We could see that the church members are growing in the Lord, by seeing how they cared about their friends and family. Thank you God, for these church members who have a heart for the people! We heard testimonies of those who came about how they had heard the word “Christmas”, but never knew what it is all about. Thank you, God, for these new people.

“This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends. You are My friends if you do whatever I command you. No longer do I call you servants, for a servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I heard from My Father I have made known to you.”-John 15:12-15.

New Joy:

It is always good to do new things as God guides. For the past couple of years we have been doing a Bible study in the Leprosy camp, but we had never done a Christmas party there. This year, while we were having Bible study, we asked “What do you want to do for Christmas?” They replied that they didn’t have any plans. So our team made a plan to feed them some special food and dessert. We were full of joy as we did this, because we had never done this kind of event before. We had also never had a Christmas party with this Bible study group. We were so joyful as we sang and danced and shared a Christmas sermon in the mist of these people. At the same time, we were able to give some of them audio Bibles. We are very thankful to the people who had been praying for them and provided us with audio Bibles. One elderly man in the leprosy colony came to us with an extremely old audio Bible. He asked me to fix his audio Bible. It was not working. I asked him “How many hours have you been listening to this?”

He answered “As much as I can, the whole day long.”
We said “We are sorry that you audio Bible is not working. We can’t fix it, but we can give you another.” He was full of so much joy to hear his new Bible. This made us even more joyful. Thank you, God, for using us in your ministry when we are joyful with the people, because you are the “Prince of Peace.”
“If you keep My commandments, you will abide in My love, just as I have kept My Father’s commandments and abide in His love. These things I have spoken to you, that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full.”John 15:10-11.
Prayer Requests
First of all thank you for praying for us, partnering with us, and sponsoring us.
  • Please pray that God will lead us into new places to do more short-term training.
  • Please pray that the new people, who have been hearing the Gospel through our outreaches and the radio, may come to Christ.
  • Please pray for the people of the leprosy colony. May they may grow in the Word and grace of Jesus Christ.
Thank you,
Anand and Usha and Family

Nepalese Became Nepal’s Missionaries

“Can a woman forget her nursing child,
And not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely they may forget, Yet I will not forget you. See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands; Your walls are continually before Me.” Isaiah 49:15-16

“But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”   Acts 1:8

Mission 1: To the Forgotten

God has shown us favor in the midst of so many people groups, that we are able to have fellowship with. We are able to serve the people who are forgotten by government, but not forgotten by God. One of the people groups is from a remote area. We had the opportunity to teach them the Word of God and give their children stuffed animals. God is leading us to disciple this people group in the coming days. There are a lot of young people who are eager to know the Word of God but have not gotten the opportunity to study. We all are praying that God may open the door for us to serve these people in the coming days. They are from an indigenous people group, and almost all of the people live in remote areas far from the city. Right now, we are missionaries to them. 

Mission 2: To the Called

“I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.”
Galatians 2:20

God has been great among the people that we are able to disciple in our Bible College. Because of COVID-19, we have not been able to meet with our students, and some of our brothers, sisters, and graduates for a long time. Last month, we were blessed to have fellowship with them. Even more importantly than that, we were able to study the Gospel of Mark together. It is always great to encourage them that only what is done for Jesus is what matters. Not only to encourage them, but also to show them by our lives. We encourage them to live like Jesus and to serve like Jesus–no matter how hard life is. It was awesome to hear their testimonies of when they were in their homes through COVID-19. It was a blessed time to see them grow in God’s Word as well. We prayed together that we will be able to join together at the Bible College in the coming days and have fellowship again. Right now, we are missionaries to these young people who are called.

Mission 3: Behind the Mountain

“So He humbled you, allowed you to hunger, and fed you with manna which you did not know nor did your fathers know, that He might make you know that man shall not live by bread alone; but man lives by every word that proceeds from the mouth of the LORD.”
(Deuteronomy 8:3)

God opened the door for us to do a mission in a different part of Nepal. We got invitations to teach the Word of God in an area which is behind the mountain of Kathmandu valley. They were from a couple of churches from different denominations, but we didn’t care about what denomination they were. Seeing their need for the true Word of God and the opportunity to share from the book of Acts, we headed there. It was a 4 hour drive. When we started to teach, we saw that the people are extremely hungry for the Word of God. Even though it is so close to the Kathmandu valley, they have not gotten an opportunity to have a conference like this. We were so blessed to spend time with them for a couple of hours. After all of the effort we put out to go this place, we say, “lt was worth it.” We are also a missionary to them.

Prayer Requests:

  • Please pray for the remote people we are ministering to. May God lead them to come to the Bible College.
  • Please pray for the Bible college students to continue to serve the Lord.
  • Please pray for more boldness to share God’s Word with the people around us.

God bless you,

Pastor Anand and Usha and Family

Our Unstoppable God Made Us Not Stop

In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of him who worketh all things after the counsel of his own will”   (Ephesian 1:11)

Christmas Outreaches of Our Calvary Chapel

Outreach One:

Having Locals for Breakfast and To Share about True Meaning of Christmas

It has always been awesome to do outreach. What a wonderful thing to invite people and share the Gospel with them! This Christmas outreach was a blessing. We were able to reach people in our local community with whom we are spending time for a long time. We invited the people from the Badminton Club to our Church to have breakfast so we could share “What Christmas is All About” on Christmas Sunday. People always have a lot of questions about Jesus, and the Bible always has the answer about life. Thank all of you prayer warriors who were praying for us and the outreach.

Outreach Two:

Overnight Christmas Outreach and Church Service

It is a great blessing to see people who are involved as a family with us. We use our Bible College facilities to host the people of the Church. For a long time, some of the families of the Church have wanted to stay for a couple of days with us in the Church. So, we asked them to come before Christmas so we could have fellowship, spend the night together, share our hearts, share testimonies, and hear the Word of God. It was a great blessing to be loved by the believers and to love the believers in this Christmas season. We had a great time cooking food for the people who were invited for the Christmas program. All together, there were 50 people who attended. Some were believers and some were non-believers. We had a Gospel sing, Gospel Dance, etc. We believe that Jesus was glorified in the midst of us. Praise God! All glory goes to God! One of the teenagers received Christ as their personal Savior. This is great news that we can share this Christmas. Also, some young men were restored in Christ (rededicated their lives). Please keep praying for these men. 

Leprosy Outreach

Distributing Food at the Leper Colony

We are able to go to the Leprosy colony again. Thank you all for your prayers. It is always awesome to do ministry every time when we go there. The people were so happy to see us again and thankful for the help we brought. Because of Covid, they have not been able to see any visitors. The people who help were not allowed to come in.  

Right before they sealed the leper colony we took half of the Bible College food there (from the leftover food after we sent the students home due to the lock-down). We believe it has been really a big help to them. We believe that it was God who lead us to put half of the food in the Leprosy colony before it was closed to visitors. Now, we were once again able to distribute food. We believe that this food was late, but was in God’s perfect time (just in time). 

Sharing God’s Word at the Leper Colony

People were thanking us for what we do. They thought that, because of Covid, there would be no guests to help them with things. The situation was bad. But God had moved us to go there and again helped us to share the Gospel and food. We are being loved by the Christian as well as the non-Christian there. More than that, they are learning about Jesus! 

Thanks for praying for us,

Anand, Usha, Asher & Amos