Rosemary Sherrod writes about contentment and the difficulty in considering it in a scene like this.
This past month, Rose Oungh came to visit family in the United States and spent part of her time at our headquarters in Nashville, TN. During her visit, Rose shared about her background, her faith, and work with our organization. Rosemary Sherrod highlights some excerpts from an interview conducted by Joshua Nava.
Manohar Paul works as a Cultural Liaison for G.O.D. India. He manages our daily ministerial operations in India, including the recently founded weekly Bible study fellowship. This ministry is catered towards the huge demographic of single ‘working class’ Indians, who migrate to the Delhi area in search of employment.
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.
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.
Stephany Dailey is a wife, a mother, a part-time elementary school teacher, and a student of the Bible! She and her husband are active participants with G.O.D. Int’l, on the India regional team. This summer she and her husband helped facilitate an internship experience for Institute Bible students in India’s national capital region.
Rosemary Sherrod, accompanied by photographer Kelly Jobe, had the opportunity to document the story of a village dai (dai is the Hindi word for midwife) in Badshapur, Gurgaon, India. Badshapur is a village nestled behind the towering buildings that have overtaken Gurgaon's skyline over the past two decades.