Jeff Sherrodrecently taught several biblical seminars in India, empowering our staff with not only the knowledge of God’s Word, but the ability to contextualize and apply it to their lives. Read his reflection!
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.
“Not having a good community to grow with, often young people face depression and are missing real relationships.” Delhi’s population grows by a thousand people each day. Andrew Bartlett recaps one way we are reaching out to make this transition less difficult for our friends.
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.
Manohar Paul has personally experienced the role of music as a way to connect with God, serve people, and express himself. Now, he's able to pass that knowledge to his students at Aquatic Public School, giving them an opportunity they wouldn't have otherwise.
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.