Faith That Multiplies

India

Amarjeet Singh had no peace in his life. His words and actions were full of evil. By his own admission, he was not a good person. He lives in a little town in northern India where they speak the Garhwali language. Less than one percent of Amarjeet’s people are Christians. Religion in the region is a mixture of animism and …

Reaching Pakistan

India

Millions of people in India and the surrounding countries speak the language of Urdu. It is the national language of Pakistan, and is commonly spoken in Bangladesh as well. Pakistan currently ranks as one of the top ve most persecutory countries in the world. Words of Hope Director for South Asia, A.K. Lama, explains that most Urdu speakers are Muslim. …

Letter from the President

India, Presidential Update, Worldwide

The famed “Magnificent Mile” that marks Chicago’s signature street, Michigan Avenue, began as the dream of planner Daniel Burnham in 1906. He famously said: “Make no small plans; they have no power to stir men’s blood.” Over a century later, I think even he would be amazed at how profound his vision has proved to be. In my role, I …

Healing in Christ

India

Aarav lives in the Garhwal region, a grouping of small villages nestled in the mountains of India. Here, houses balance against the steep earth on stilts, and crops grow on man-made steps so the dirt won’t wash away. One day, Aarav began to feel anxious and fearful. As time wore on, he felt increasingly terrified. His suffering was so intense …

Holistic Outreach

India

Words of Hope’s satellite ministry center in Lohardaga, India, is reaching both the spiritual and practical needs of the local people. Lohardaga Ministry Center  The center was completed just over two years ago, envisioned as a building where Words of Hope radio tribal language programs could be recorded, but also where intentional discipleship and follow-up efforts could take place. The …