The Boy Who Feared Discipleship

The Supremacy of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a well-covered, often visited issue in the J127 Clubs and the Children at Risk lessons and for good reason. The root of not forgiving poisons relationships, families, communities, and nations for generations. Learning to forgive is a process.…
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September 18, 2013
A Road to Healing Discipleship

A Road to Healing

Three years ago relatives dropped Meghana off at an orphanage. For months she cried and begged for her parents. They would not return, however. Many Indian orphans wrestle with feelings of profound abandonment, betrayal and rejection like Meghana does.  The…
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September 13, 2013
Beyond Adversity in India Discipleship

Beyond Adversity in India

Children in Indian orphanages have faced more adversity than most of us will know in a lifetime. In spite of the obstacles, we hear stories on a daily basis of these young souls overcoming hardship and trauma. Below are two…
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August 29, 2013
Fully Abled in God’s Eyes Discipleship

Fully Abled in God’s Eyes

A child limited physically or mentally in the ancient world was looked upon as curse from the gods or spirits, an individual who’d bring misfortune on a family and community. Often these children were abandoned at birth, left alongside the…
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August 14, 2013
Caring for the World’s At Risk Kids Discipleship

Caring for the World’s At Risk Kids

Esnart’s father abandoned her family. Kelvin lives in a violent home ruled by substance abuse. Chango steals from his caretaker. Pauline has reoccurring dreams where voices beckon her toward death. Prudence survived terrible abuse. These and millions of other vulnerable…
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August 7, 2013
Rescued from Certain Death Discipleship

Rescued from Certain Death

Misery is the demon of Garstin Bastion Road in New Delhi’s red light district. He rules over the residents and spreads a stench of hopelessness in every nook and cranny. This stretch of hell is home to many children, too.…
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August 1, 2013