Easter week is filled with so many emotions, isn’t it? We find ourselves anticipating Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, knowing clearly what lies ahead in the coming days. It is followed by the grief and mourning we experience on Good Friday, knowing the tortuous and painful death Jesus will experience on the cross.
Friends, this month, we highlight the community served through Harvest India’s Mercy Ministries. Mercy is one of our four pillars of hope: mercy, education, orphan care, and sharing the gospel. Mercy focuses on providing love and care to the most destitute of those in our communities. This includes the elderly, those of poor health, and our friends who are simply suffering day to day.
Friends, this month, we take time to honor our many Indian pastors and their families. I'm pleased to announce Harvest India's new Pastor Support Program, our latest advancement in supporting our pastor friends in India.
Friends, we are pleased to highlight our Orphan Care Ministry in the month of February. It is one of my favorite seasons because we get to share pictures and stories of our great Harvest India kids! Their smiling faces tell the story of hope and love we find in every one of our children’s homes around Southern India.
At KSK Girls’ Junior College in Bhattiprolu, Munni teaches her students science as part of their core curriculum. Take a step inside her classroom where she uses laughter to engage her students!
Here we are in May, friends. The year is racing by! May is especially busy across our Harvest India school campuses. There are many graduation celebrations - from our primary schools, to our Bible Colleges and our Nursing College.
Friends, this week provided a profound reminder of how powerful Generational Leadership can be. Suresh had the privilege of speaking at the 2018 Biola University Missions Conference in La Mirada, CA
In India, people suffering from leprosy are viewed as outcasts and are forced out of society to remote places to live an ostracized life. But Jesus didn't view the leper as an outcast and neither do we.