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A New Life for Women and Children in the Red-Light District

Aanshi sat wringing her hands as she looked around their single bedroom home, ashamed of the life she found herself living. Being forced to serve customers had become the only life she was accustomed to living. She looked up as her husband accepted payment from the next customer, ushered him in, and closed the door without a look back. She had come to accept the lie that this was all she was good for. She closed her eyes, remembering the moment she was married off to her first husband at just 13 years old to a man twice her age.…

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MEALS AND HOPE FOR SRI LANKA’S CHILDREN

Ramesha’s stomach groaned as she handed the last bite of food from her plate to her younger sister. Their family had been sharing only one meal a day for weeks, with no end in sight.

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Uttam’s Place

She needed an escape — an oasis — a place to get away from the horror show of her life and find HOPE — And you helped make it possible.

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Merry Christmas, Bangladesh!

Your Christmas gift for Jannatul Naim changed his life — and eternity! He was struggling for survival in an impoverished slum of Dhaka in Bangladesh. His country is 90% Muslim, and he came from a Muslim family. But there was little time for religion as his mother desperately tried to provide for her children on her own — Naim’s dad had left long ago.

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God’s Word for Nepal’s Children

They don’t learn about the Savior multiplying the loaves and fishes — there’s no singing of “Jesus loves the little children” … Instead as they’re growing up, they learn about tales of angry spirits and witches! Most children in Nepal are Hindus — but a strong strain of ancient animistic religion has become syncretized with their Hinduism and infuses tales of hungry ghosts that bring destruction.

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God’s Word for the people of Nepal!

That’s how long it would take to translate the Full Life Study Bible, known internationally as the Fire Bible, from English to Nepali.Even then, you would need two translators. One person working alone couldn’t possibly do it.But when Udgam heard about it, he immediately applied for the translation assignment and said he would do it all, himself. He is a bi-lingual Nepali man who had received the English-language Fire Bible years ago.

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