The billboard begged a question about gambling. This saint calls out the implication.
In India Jim Waldron saves a chick from certain death and does the math of missions.
Cause of death is not certain, but he became ill on flight back to his work.
Evangelism team rejoices at suffering for Christ.
Jim Waldron reports of several baptisms in India, especially several through the work of an Indian evangelist of Mongolian descent.
Jim Waldron surveys his work and the principles of needing people in place on the field, of training workers to carry on, and of establishing strong local churches.
In India, the Northeast Bible Institute students and staff will fast and pray.
A new congregation was established through a debate with a denominational preacher in the northeastern Indian state of West Bengel.
Jim Waldron awards certificates to Indian students who completed two-year night schools in the villages.
by Beth Johnson
KARUR, India, (BNc) — Brother S. Masilamani, a former Chennai Teacher Training School graduate, has a long history of dedicated work for the Lord, going many places to preach in spite of his heart problems, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
They have a new, although very small, meeting place that he and the brethren there have constructed since last year. The city planners took away their last building to construct a new road. This is as near as he could get to the former location without paying a huge price for property. Part of his original congregation had to meet on the opposite side of Karur. His son George works with this second group. Read more
by A. Selvakumar and K.M. Suresh
TRIUPPUR, India (BNc) – We are so thankful to our Lord for the privilege we had to study the word in Chennai, India, where we were taught the pure word and were guided in the way of the Lord.
Earlier we were meeting in seven places namely, 1. Kuppandampalayam at 9 a.m., 2. Palavanchipalayam at 1.30 p.m., 3. VGV Nagar at 2:00 p.m., 4. Avanishi at 11 a.m., 5. Semadu at 4 p.m., 6. Raikapalayam at 6 p.m. and Muthanampalayam at 8 p.m. We start from home on Sunday morning at 7 a.m. and return home by 11 p.m. Read more
Preacher Tim Arnold shares news of his trip to India. This story was written just days ago while still in the country. He tells of hardships and opposition, but great dedication of the Indian Christians and evangelists.