What does it take to do our larger ministry projects? A whole lot behind-the-scenes effort. Much of that work involves empowering our cross-cultural liaisons and cooperatives with both biblical literacy and skills to participate in these projects. Read Andrew Bartlett's experience in these efforts as the regional manager of the India team.
SLAM summer interns serving in India were exposed to a variety of needs in India that opened their eyes to how God wants to use his people to usher in the living water that he wants to offer the world.
What does our ministry in India look like? It has a lot to do with bringing peace to the city where we are located, through a welcoming environment and an improved school. Read more about our recent efforts here.
Aaron Montgomery explores the seemingly "little things" we do each day that keep us connected to our efforts in the third world. A behind-the-scenes photostory about how Americans incorporate their awareness of the third world into every day life.
Rebekah Davis reports on a project G.O.D. is working on in conjunction with Aquatic Public School in India. The project will provide more access to water for children who currently all depend on one spigot to meet their daily needs.
As we shared with Jyoti that we would help her become a midwife, she couldn’t stop smiling. She realized the possibility of living her dreams and leaving a legacy of hope and faith for her daughter and her daughter’s daughter.
Last week we welcomed back Andrew Bartlett, Scott Sherrod and Tristan Swang from a work mission to our hub in Gurgaon, India. If you know these men, you know they each possess a very unique skill set, and on this trip they made significant progress in a variety of our organizational efforts in the region.
Last month Rosemary Sherrod watched a group of women come into a room and six hours later leave that room empowered. I saw the transformation happen right before my eyes. It was an incredible thing to witness. Here is the story. (Featuring Tara Garner and Heather Munoz)
This week we are sending a special delegate team to India to serve the mothers! A team of midwives, doulas and educators will teach families and health professionals a very important subject matter that too few have access to.
When I felt called to serve God, I never considered the roles of those behind the scenes--the ones who make phone calls to confirm travel dates, who send out applications and approval letters, who budget and handle billing. Could I find myself a part of this incredible force that makes sure that ministry can happen?
Our lives are stories. To erase someone’s narrative from history is to negate their life. Every life is a story to be shared, but the reality for many women in India is that they have no one interested in listening to them.