June 17, 2013
It was wonderful to receive this note from Samuel Stephens of India Gospel League. God seems to be very active in India. The picture of eager church planters represents the eagerness with which the challenge of Christ is received.
It is such a joy to send this personal note and express my appreciation and gratitude for your recent gift. I am travelling in Northern India at the moment and want to request your prayer for my ministry here during this week.
Last evening I concluded a conference with 120 front line church planters in the city of Patna in Bihar. This state of Bihar lies in the central eastern part of India and has the infamous reputation of being the ‘graveyard of missions’. At the end of the conference, a plaque was presented to me engraved : “The graveyard is now a vineyard”. The present move of God in this region is like a breath of fresh air and the dawning of a brand new season.
Our goal is to plant 500 house churches in the unreached villages of Bihar in the next five years. Pray for us that God will give us the wisdom and the courage to embrace this season and treat this as a God ordained and God given opportunity and make the best of it. The clarion call: A church in every village of Bihar which is no longer a graveyard of missions but a vineyard with busy, bold and deliberate labourers.
Privileged to serve Him and ever grateful for your partnership.
April 30, 2013
Dear friends of WIP,
Thank you so much for your significant contribution to believers in India through the funding of a Life Center in the region you have adopted, Akiveedu. Attached is the profile for this new Life Center that will be built. These key components in India Gospel League’s evangelism efforts become a focal point in the communities in which they are established, providing a place for medical, educational, and spiritual treatment and development. As the people of the village are served well by the establishment of the Life Center, an understanding begins to develop – that all good things originate from Christ and those who serve Him! It is an amazing opportunity to blend practical service with the gospel.
Just as many of our own churches are central to our weekly activities, these Life Centers become vital to the people in remote villages of India and Sri Lanka. Since the Life Center is established only after a body of 20 baptized believers has been assembled, it is a special blessing for these brothers and sisters in Christ to have a place of worship.
Once the Life Center is built you will receive a report and pictures from the dedication. Please note that construction of a Life Center typically takes between 6-10 months depending on challenges posed by geographic location, local government permits or cultural resistance. As you are awaiting news of the dedication of your Life Center we encourage you to pray for all barriers to be removed, for the construction to proceed quickly, for the safety of workers and for the work that will be accomplished once it is complete. We also encourage you to pray for the pastor and the existing congregation—that they will be blessed by this facility and that it will provide them with encouragement and resources to continue sharing the gospel with others in their village.
Once again, thanks for your investment in the Kingdom through your generous gift. Should you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Darlene McCallum | India Gospel League NA
March 22, 2013 – World Water Day
February 1, 2013 - India Gospel League Newsletter
December 21, 1012 – Merry Christmas from India Gospel League.
December 7, 2012 – Here are some Christmas ideas to give in the name of the person who has everything – except maybe a goat or a thankful child in India.
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November 22, 2012 – Thanksgiving – From India!
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August 8, 2012
Greetings from Amaravathi! I trust you are doing well. It is a joy for me to share a brief update from the field. Yesterday was another special day as we dedicated a Life Center as part of the Adopt a Region Partnership.
As with all the life centers we dedicate, this one too, had a plaque acknowledging Pathway church’s generous contribution and partnership in Kingdom building. We spent sometime gratefully remembering you in prayer during the service.
It was a beautiful service and we felt the Lord’s presence in a special way.
Pastor Macwan shared how the Holy Spirit led him to this village and enabled him plant a church despite great hardship and persecution. Even though the journey was difficult, he testified to the Lord’s faithfulness which led them every step of the way. As the church grew and the time came for them to build a life center they prayed again. He shared that they laid the foundation with absolutely no resources in hand but with a heart full of faith. The Life Center now stands as a testament to their faith and the goodness of the Lord.
We are so grateful for the way in which you partner with us to help strengthen and encourage pastors like Macwan in the call that God has placed upon their lives. And your partnership in Kingdom building is helping truly dispel the darkness in this nation.
As I have traveled these past three days, I witness the strongholds of idol worship, superstitious beliefs and oppressive socio-cultural practices. Only Christ can set them free. He is their only hope. These millions are waiting to hear this message of hope and saving grace. They are open and receptive. And the open doors compel me to move forward with a sense of
This need and the urgency to fulfill the Great Commission beckons me to a new season of prayer. I want to invite you therefore, to pray with us for the strongholds to be broken, pray for the church remain strong and pure, pray for wisdom and discernment for the Lord’s people in these perilous times and pray for the Lord’s purposes to prevail.
I am prayerfully looking forward to your visit next month and believe that the Lord will use the time for our mutual encouragement. Please greet our brothers and sisters in Christ at Pathway and please be assured of our prayer.
Your Sister in Christ,
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June 21, 2012 – W2W June Newsletter
May, 2012 – W2W May Newsletter
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April, 2012 – Women 2 Women newsletter update
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April 19, 2012 – Another dedication report & pictures!
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March 30, 2012 – Dedication report & pictures
February, 2012 – Women2Women Update
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December 28, 2011 – Amaravathi Sept-Nov Update
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September 29, 2011 – Amaravati Update & Pictures
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September 23, 2011
Dear Prayer Partners
It is hard to imagine that we are already in September. Usually September and November are the busiest months for us on the field. So they will fly away even more swiftly than the others. The last two months for me have been very busy, good and very productive as well. I praise god for every moment. Two high points for me personally during the recent past were my medical check up and a visit to Bihar. I came out with an excellent report from all my heart tests . Praise the Lord. That was very reassuring. Thank you for your prayer. My recent visit to Bihar was a time of renewal and rededication to God’s call on my life and the Vision He has given me for Rural India. The travel was difficult and even a little unsafe and risky on account of the political climate. But I am grateful that I went.
Unfortunately it’s been a while since I have visited a truly primitive and remote undeveloped village. I must confess that I have become quite comfortable living in my home town of Salem in South India. Not that I haven’t stepped into a real village during the recent past. I spend quite a bit of time in the villages. Here’s what I mean: Our villages around here in South India seem like urban towns compared to those in East and Northern India. The tribal areas of Central and North are faced with greater and direr needs. While the villages of Tamilnadu are getting more saturated with the Gospel, those in the North are still untouched without any Christian presence or witness whatsoever. While the South has outreach of all sorts, the North remains unreached.
I returned with a more passionate prayer on my heart to increase our outreach efforts in these regions. Please pray with me for Gods guidance for the future. Pray that God would open the doors for us and that He would also provide the right partners to support our labors. There is no doubt that there are huge challenges as we make effort to move into these regions. But we cannot afford to shy away from confronting these challenges. People living in these primitive and backward regions are the most deserving. They are still waiting for the Message. They are waiting for someone to teach them the ways and means to come out from the shadows. They are waiting to be liberated and set out of bondage. The best news is that they are eager and willing to respond. They are ready.
All of the experiences that we have enjoyed and gained over the past three decades – the power of God, the wisdom and guidance of the Holy Spirit, the understanding, knowledge and skills, the resources that He has blessed us with. Its time to take this wealth of resources that God has given us and move on to break new ground. I believe God will multiply it. Despite all the seemingly defying challenges, we are truly faced with a host of the greatest of opportunities for the Gospel today than ever before.
I would like to also ask you to join us in praising the Lord for providing for the Children’s Gospel Clubs for the coming year. It means so much to me because it’s not just about reaching over a half a million children (600,000) with the Gospel and claims of Christ even though it is of utmost importance. We are really laying and establishing the foundations of the future church in India. That’s the way I see it and I am grateful to God for giving us the opportunity to do this. Please pray as our writing team meets this month and as we move forward with preparations. The Theme for the coming year is “God’s Chosen People” based on I Peter 2:9.
Prati is doing well. She too had a good month of travel and ministry with women’s teams . Pray as she prepares to receive yet another team soon and travel to Central India for training of women leaders. Three children’s Homes will be inaugurated and dedicated this month. Praise the Lord. What a great opportunity He has given us to touch the lives of hundreds of young lives through these centers.
Thank you for your faithfulness in prayer for us and the ministry that God has entrusted with us. Needless to say, these are very challenging and tough times and we cannot move on without more of your prayer.
Please remember that you are in our prayer too.
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Here is a picture showing one of the Life Centers that are being built in India.
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July 1, 2011 – W2W Prayer Requests
1. Praise for the loans that have come in so far and for all the interest the women have shown in this project.
2. Continual prayer for energy and mercies for the pastors and workers in rural India.
3. That the Women Transformation Group would be blessed.
4. That the Lord will make known the women who will be going to India in 2012.
5. Pray for the trip team leader, and that we keep the “real” team leader in focus; to be under the direction of the Holy Spirit.
6. Continued prayer for the women who are receiving the loans.
- Know what kind of business they will have.
- The gospel will be made clear (eyes of their hearts to be opened; that they know there
is only one God).
- Their families will be impacted by the outreach.
7. Pray for a strong unity among the leaders and workers (they will work as one body).
8. Pray for our involvement when we go; that the Lord’s leading will be made clear.
9. We would be sensitive to the Lord’s leading and give Him all the glory in this project.
10. That He will do exceedingly, abundantly beyond all we can ask or think (Eph. 3:20, 21)
11. The Stephens will continue in the work God has planned for them.
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June, 2011 – Women 2 Women $40 Revolution Update
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May 23, 2011 – May Revolutionary Women Update
It has been another great month for the Women2Women $40 Revolution. At this moment 95 $40 beginning loans have been funded by YOU! There are still many Westlink women who have not heard of this great venture. Continue to quietly spread the news in true revolutionary style. Stop by the Ministry Center and pick-up an “I’m N R U? Button” the weekend of May 28-29, if you don’t already have one. This button can be used to start conversations about fighting poverty in India through loans to rural Indian women.
- Peggy Banks, Linda Dickson, Darleen Oertle, Pat Brown, Prati Stephens, DeAnne Schmidt, Patti Chisham, Martha Smallwood, Photo by Steve Chisham
May 23rd Prati Stephens spoke at Westlink sharing the vision of the Women’s Transformation Groups of IGL (India Gospel League) she oversees. Comments were very positive after the presentation.“I most loved how women are rotating all they learn and passing it forward—not just paying it back” and notes of encouragement to Prati and her son Danny. “Bless you and thank you for your courage and efforts. You are in my prayers,” and “Thank you for being here to bless us, htear us and inspire us to do SO much more for Women and India. Love & Prayers”.
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A Recent Interview with Daniel & Prati Stephens
by Diana Gruette
94 new microloans and over $600…that was the result of Westlink’s dinner honoring Prati Stephens from IGL in India!
The Message: Unlocking Hope Through Purpose
The Ministry: India Gospel Leagues holistic village advancement
The Method: conversion>skills training>education>healthcare> microloans>socio/economic programs to transform a nation, one community at a time, one woman at a time.
Samuel Stephens is the visionary, Prati is the heart and son Daniel is the right arm of this 5-generation family affair.
Samuel’s great- great grandfather was converted and baptized by the Salvation Army. His high caste Hindu family poisoned his food and he left home at age 22. His great grandfather was converted and trained under London Missionary Society and travelled India evangelizing on horseback, as an itinerate preacher. He established schools, orphanages and collaborated with US Nazarenes. His great grandmother prayed house to house, village to village.
Samuel’s father organized the ministry in 1948 and named it India Gospel League. His mother was a prayer warrior. Samuel and Prati lost their fathers 6 months apart. Samuel took over the orphanages in 1988 and was the overseer of 60 pastors evangelizing India.
Vision 2000 was birthed in 1992 when Samuel learned how well equipped soldiers were in India’s great war. He held his first Pastor’s conference to better share his vision of planting one church per year, aiming for 1000 churches by the year 2000. The next year he had surpassed his own vision and saw 800 new church plants. By 2010, there were 70,000 new churches in India. His new goal is 100,000 by 2015 and 150,000 by 2020.
ALL churches planted were new works. If a current work was found, they would be supported but Samuel would move on to avoid competition and duplication.
The church focused on rural development, medical outreach, childcare, training, equipping, and encouraging independent growth. The medical teams built trust and relationships formed. The churches became “Life Centers” and the villagers were comfortable and welcome there throughout the week. Life centers were planted in each village of 200-300 and the doors were open from 6 am to 6 pm. Medical camps of surgeons, doctors, nurses, and dentists took blood pressures, provided wound care, Band-Aid’s, dressings, gloves, oral care, vitamins, education, toothbrushes and paste. Soon outside villagers were coming for treatment of cysts, cancer, skin diseases and dental pain. If needed, surgery was set up on the spot at the Life Center, employing local doctors to work with the trained ministry staff. Soon an eighty-bed hospital with two operating rooms was built. The medical camps were not held from March through May, due to the heat, so Children’s Gospel Clubs were formed. The head office, all pastors and all churches participated. The communities were transformed.
Dr. David Rice is the National Director who schedules trips with IGL. You can reach him in Ohio at www.iglworld.org.
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May, 2011 Loan Report
This month we are featuring Kala and her Chocho plantations. The Chocho has been researched and information included if you, like me, wondered what it is. If you look at the picture carefully you can see the fruit hanging from the plant.
Kala Theiyagarajan is also one of the members who benefited from taking IGL’s micro loan. She used the money to develop a (Chocho) plantation on her small land. Kala had a good harvest last quarter and made a huge impact economically within her family. Her family members couldn’t believe the transformation she has had in shouldering responsibilities, because of the guidance of the WTG. No longer is Kala viewed as merely a homemaker. She has now gained a new image of being family builder.
lemon or lime juice. It can also be eaten straight, although the bland flavor makes this a dubious endeavor. Whether raw or cooked, chayote is a good source of amino acids and vitamin C. The tubers of the plant are eaten like potatoes and other root vegetables. In addition, the shoots and leaves can be consumed, and they are often used in salads and stir fries, especially in Asia. Like other members of the gourd family such as cucumbers, melons, and squash, chayote can get quite sprawling, and it should only be planted if there is plenty of room in the garden. The roots are also highly susceptible to rot, especially in containers, and the plant in general is finicky to grow. Information from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chayote)
Barefoot Pastor (outreach is supported by WCC Missions) In southern India godly women can be engaged in the ministry of planting churches and introducing people to Jesus. Sister B. Ratan Shinde is one the Westlink partners in the Amravathi region. She ministers to a church of 60 members in the village of Tajnapure and during the week evangelizes in nearby villages. Let’s concentrate our prayers on the village of Khare Takli this month, as she has requested. Name: Sis. B. Ratan Shinde
Number of Church Members: 60
Number of Baptized Members: 45 Leadership Development
No. of Men With a Mission members trained: 2
No. of Women With a Mission members trained: 1
No. of Youth 21 members trained: 3
No. of Children’s Gospel Club leaders trained: 2
By the grace of God last month I have visited Khare Takli Village. The village had about 75 people and they all were worshiping goddess Kaali (Hindu goddess). We have arranged a prayer meeting in that village, there was no opposition for all the three days. The people eagerly accepted the message preached by me and some of them came for the prayer meetings. Please remember them in your prayers.
• One dollar each week for 40 weeks will fund one beginning loan in India.
• Enlist others in the $40 Revolution against poverty and marginalization.
• Transform one life, one family, one village at a time through the love of Jesus.
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May 20, 2011 – IGL PrayNet News How to Pray This Week
• Please be in prayer for Sam, Prati, Becky and Daniel who are all representing the ministry of IGL in various places in the U.S. this week. May God’s grace be on them to accomplish much for His glory!
• Please pray for Jabaseelan (Jeba) John, the coordinator for Children’s Gospel Clubs. Pray God’s clear guidance for every aspect of this mighty ministry to children. Pray for Jeba’s health physically, spiritually and mentally.
• Pray for Benjamin Chellapandian, the director of training and leadership development. The need for Biblical and practical ministry training for pastors is vital. Pray for new training centers in India and Sri Lanka.
• Pray for Manova Francis Abraham, the field coordinator for central India (Maharashtra). Pray for his health and for clear direction from God for every step in reaching this great state for our Lord Jesus Christ.
• Pray for God’s enabling to reach the goal of publishing special editions of the Bible in all major Indian languages.
• Pray for the goals of enrolling a prayer network of one million in India and establishing a world-wide prayer network of 10,000 prayer warriors.
• Ask the Lord to help IGL find 20,000 sponsors for children. On The Ground … Pastor Rajendra Bhaurao Chdekav, from Maharashtra writes:
“Baban Donde, age 30, had a spine problem; therefore he was not able to stand properly for a long time. He came to us for prayer; the Lord touched and healed him completely. Now he has hope in the Lord that He is the healer and is attending church services and reading the Bible regularly. Ashwin Kale, age 17, was possessed by evil spirits for 15 years. He was brought into the church where we prayed for his deliverance. He got relieved from the possession and got peace from the Lord. Now he is reading the Bible and attending the church regularly. Please pray for both of these men.” Praying with Paul John 15:7-8: “If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish and it will be given you. This is to my father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.” Andrew Murray, in his book, THE MINISTRY OF INTERCESSORY PRAYER, writes: “It became clear that the power to pray the effectual prayer of faith depended upon the life in Christ. A man must give himself up to live entirely as in Christ and for Christ as the branch in the vine and for the vine. Christ meant prayer to be the great power by which his church should do its work, and that the neglect of prayer is the great reason the church lacks greater power over the masses in the world.”
Visit us online! Have you visited our new and improved website? Head over to www.iglworld.org for updates from the field, organized, in-depth info on all our initiatives and to try out our updated online giving system. The Purpose of PrayNet News IGL initiated the Vision 2000 movement in 1992, and as a result, planted tens of thousands of churches in India. That’s right, tens of thousands of churches serving at least 20 baptized believers. This movement continues to grow rapidly as barefoot pastors answer God’s call to spread His love to the nations and people like you join with us and petition God to reach and transform an entire nation. Lakeview Bible College in Chennai, India prepares National pastors and Christian leaders for service throughout Southeast Asia
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Women Transformation Group (WTG)—Over $3,000 has already been raised by Westlink through “Women 2 Women” for micro-finance loans in India. We are challenging Westlink women to contribute $40 to empower Indian women to start personal businesses that will bring life-changing opportunities to them and their families. Visit the Info or Ministry Center counters for contribution envelopes. For more information, contact Peggy Banks at 722-1205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
April highlights - Nagammal hails from a backward community and lives in one of the IGL’s adopted villages called Sirumalai. She was a daily wage laborer working in farm fields living a hand-to-mouth existence. Being interested and able to raise her family economy through cultivation of vege- tables she sought the help of WTG. Ever since she joined IGL’s WTG, she was helped to save her small income and trained to handle money effectively. IGL’s training on financial literacy and kitchen gardening, motivated her to realize her full potential and helped her sustain her family through her farming skills. Considering her appeal, the capital amount worth 2,500 rupees ($55 US) was given as initial investment to cultivate vegetables. Today, Nagammal makes 2,000 rupees a month from the produces of her plantation. Though she is over 50 years old, her enthusiasm knows no limit when committed to work. Nagammal wants to further her cultivation and make more income.
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AMARAVATHI ~AN UPDATE While missionary movements in India were content in building educational and medical institutions in urban settings across India, thousands and thousands in rural villages perished every day without the hope that the cross of Lord Jesus offers. India Gospel League however, seeks to reach the unreached with the gospel of Christ exclusively in rural areas by sending indigenous church leaders, pastors, and well trained young believers. Vision 2000 movement is in the forefront breaking religious strongholds and claiming the lost territories from the clutches of darkness that envelops invariably all Indian villages. Adoption of Amaravathi region has opened a window of opportunity to bring the message of the gospel closed to a cross section of people from diverse cultural and communal background. Located in the North-Eastern part of the central Indian state of Maharashtra, the region spreads over 12,235 square kilometers of land with a population of over 2,606,063 people. Mostly people groups are agrarian; involved in cultivating huge proportions of cotton, wheat, and oranges. Their life style is driven by religious dictum and Hindu ideology. Ministering to such a huge population, living in a large span of territory, a society steeped in religious superstition and ignorance, is indeed a huge challenge. However IGL-Vision 2000 movement seeks to plant churches among such people and do this colossal task of reaching the unreached, by training indigenous church pastors, and church believers. Against this backdrop, IGL has prayerfully devised a strategic plan and set several evangelistic goals to be achieved in Amaravathi with in a period of 2 years. God’s favor and IGL’s experience working in other regions will enable and equip the indigenous Churches that function under Vision 2000 movement in Amaravathi to free people from the shackles of superstition and darkness. Introduction October – December 2010 Highlights:
Number of Churches Planted 50
Number of Church Planters 55
Number of new Children’s Gosple Clubs 25
Number of Children reached through Children’s Gospel Clubs 75
Number of Monthly Pastors Meetings 3
Number of Women Trained 60 Vision 2000
The existing church planters and pastors in Amaravathi were united under Vision 2000 movement to pray for the unreached people groups living in the villages across Amaravathi. Three pastors meetings were held to cast a vision for Amaravathi and its perishing souls. Over 55 pastors took part prayerfully and committed their lives to extend the kingdom of God in this region. Women With a Mission
At least 60 women were brought together for training. Through powerful witnesses and Bible teachings all of them were challenged to step into the harvest field for the sake of the kingdom of God. Unanimously the whole congregation moved by the spirit of God committed themselves for the cause of the Gospel of Christ. All of these women believers will be consistently trained and motivated to work with their church. The Y-21 Movement
The moment the goals and initiatives were taken to the individual churches by the church planters, most of the youth members volunteered their time to minister alongside the church. Among them 10 youngsters were initially identified for church planting and they were helped to set up 25 prayer cells with the guidance of two senior pastors. All these prayer cells are set to become well developed churches in course of time. More over several others have initiated 25 new Gospel Clubs for children. Hopefully, contribution of the youth in terms of evangelizing Amaravathi will be crucial in the next two years. Pastor Deodatta A. Gaikward, who is the Regional Coordinator of the Vision 2000 movement for Amaravathi stands in the forefront in missions. He holds a church service where at least 100 believers gather on Sundays for worship. However his unquenched thirsts for new souls have made him relentlessly identify people groups which are open to the gospel of Christ and lead them to salvation. Presently through the initiatives of the Adopt A Region co-ordinator: A Model To Emulate regional program, he has established outreach ministry among people hailing from Buddhist, Mahur, and Maltary Hindu communities living in Shivani villages. People of these three sects were living in resistance to the gospel for a long time. Rituals and superstitions characterized their life style. However, proper assistance through the Adopt a Region program has enabled him to form a prayer cell where 17 people regularly gather seeking prayer help. Making Inroads
Sheela Sudhakar Hatekar is a new convert who embraced Christ. She was reached through theefforts of the AAR program. She heard the gospel through the trained women believers and attended a prayer cell to pray for her husband’s addiction to change. Being addicted to alcohol, her husband’s health deteriorated badly. She prayed for her husband and here he realized his condition and repented. Last three months Sheela never fails to attend both the prayer cell as well as church service. Hearing the word of God alongside prayer meeting has made her realize the need for Savior. Today Sheela has given her heart to Christ and continuous to know more about Christ. Praise Points
Praise God for the opportunity to cast vision to over 50 church planters in the last 3 months in Amaravathi region through the Vision 2000 monthly pastors meeting.
April 13, 2011
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Sri Lanka Flood Provisions
Westlink adopted a village, Golpolapuram, in eastern Sri Lanka after the Great Tsunami. We have worked with the affected pastors for over a decade. We sent money to help with the relief through IGL. They are much more efficient and effective than government and UN organizations, generally.
From: India Gospel League
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2011 3:12 PM
Subject: Your provision to Sri Lanka flood victims
Flood relief sent to Sri Lanka has provided counseling, food for 40 days and clothing for Batticaloa and nearby villages. Over 200 were helped. WCC was able to send $2,000
Severe flooding in Sri Lanka forces members of IGL churches to evacuate, live in make-shift camps without food or water.
A tsunami, a civil war and now, monsoon flooding. Batticoloa needs our help.
More than a million people have been displaced from their homes due to severe flooding in Sri Lanka. After more than a week of unusually heavy, monsoon rains, most villagers living near IGL’s two mission bases in Trincomalee and Batticoloa have moved into make-shift displacement camps. IGL pastors Mohan Dass and Pastor John Loganathan report that most of their church members have lost everything. These and other IGL pastors are working around the clock to provide shelter, food and medical needs to displaced villagers.
IGL is currently providing food rations, clean water, generators and more. Funds are desperately needed to provide additional food, clean water, medical supplies, blankets and clothing for children.
I am asking our North America ministry partners to help us raise $15,000 to provide initial relief. If you or your church can provide funds to help us, please email me at email@example.com for giving directions or click here to give online.
Thanks for your partnership with us in the work of the gospel.