Monday, November 18, 2013

Christmas Ideas

Christmas Ideas
"Buy a locker.  Decorate a locker."

We have witnessed God do exceedingly and abundantly above anything we have asked for or even thought of.  Through God’s Word, we have learned what true religion is and what He requires of us.  If you have followed our journey to India and have been moved with compassion for the children at the Truth Children’s Home Orphanage, then I hope you are as excited as I am to see their needs being met. 

The Zurishaddai Church now has a concrete roof!  The church members can now meet and the children can now sleep protected from the weather.  The pillars to the upper floor are set and the children’s rooms are now being built.  I stand amazed!  His grace is abundant and He gives us such marvelous gifts.

With my last blog in mind (Jesus as our focus and our greatest gift), I would like to present you with some practical things to consider.  Most of us have so many things, we don’t know even know what to do with them all.  What if, this year, we considered giving more than receiving?

Here are a few Christmas/Keeping-Jesus-as-our-focus ideas:  

  • 13 of the 32 children have been sponsored.  Praise God!  There are still 8 girls and 11 boys that could benefit greatly from your sponsorship.  Could you commit to $25/month?  This would provide for a child’s food, clothing, shelter, and education.
  • Funds are being raised to provide bunk beds for the children.  They are still approximately $1,500 short.  Would you be interested in giving toward this need?
  • Each child needs a space to put their belongings.  A metal locker can be made for $20 each.  They would each have a space of their own to keep their clothing, school books, etc.  Would you be willing to purchase one or more of these lockers?   How much fun would it be to send letters, drawings, and decorations for them to display on their own lockers??
  • Perhaps you, your family, or your church would be interested in sending a Christmas box to the children.  Like the Operation Christmas Child program, you could pack a shoebox and send it with some necessities, a Bible Story, and even a toy or two to the children.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either myself or Pastor Wilson Babu.  If you haven’t already noticed, this is something I love to talk about. J 

May God make us worthy of His calling.

The lockers.

Children praying before bed. 

Children singing before bed.

Church after construction.

Pastor P.Wilson Babu and Sister Jemimah with their three daughters.

Friday, November 15, 2013

My Christmas Wish List

My Christmas Wish List
Christmas, 2013

Jingle Bells is playing at the mall and Santa’s chair is ready.  Soon the lights will line the streets and Amazon will send out thousands of boxes with a smile.  We ask all our loved ones for their Christmas Wish List.  The children, full of hope, write them down one by one.  Most of our favorite stores would go out of business if it wasn’t for that black day.

I know I should be thinking this is the most wonderful time of the year, but all I can feel is the dread of credit card bills.

What have we done?

This day to remember our King come in the flesh.  It has been degraded to serve our own flesh.  This day the angels sang, Gloria, is now a day to review what needs to be returned for something more fitting.

Before you label me as a “Bah Humbug”, let me tell you that deep down inside, I love this day!  I want to create traditions and wonderful memories with my children.  My cart is full of the things on everyone’s list!  I want to see the pleasing smiles and be given that thankful hug.  I want to see them happy and I want to feel appreciated.  I just wonder how something about God and His gift to us has become all about what I want.

Sin.  That dreadful word.  That subject that is rarely taught about anymore.  It has to be the reason.

We are sinners from birth.  Our nature is self-centered and rejects God.  We always crave more, but more of what?  We actually believe these “things” will fill the void!  Yet, all the while, serving our self is the very thing that brings death.

Jesus.  Oh, how I need Him!  He is the only one that can forgive my sins and fill this void. 

Through his birth, death, and resurrection, we can trade that selfish heart of stone with a heart of flesh.  His love for us is greater than anything we can create or buy or put on our wish list.  It is given freely to all who will believe.  Now that’s what we should be celebrating! 

Who really remembers the gifts they received in years past anyway?  Did it bring the joy you had hoped for?  None of the presents under your tree will fill the void in your heart, but the gift that Jesus gave you, will.

As we head into this Christmas season, I hope we will remember these truths and place our focus on the ONE true gift that we all desperately need. JESUS. 

He is all I need.  He is all I want.  In case you were planning to ask, there is nothing more on my wish list.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Praise Report!


Glory to God!  Jehovah Jireh -- Our Provider.  Construction has begun!  Lord willing, in three months time, the Truth Children's Home will have its official inauguration.  The permanent roof to the church is now being built.  This will also be the floor for the children's bedrooms.  These facilities for the members of the Zurishaddai Church and for the children of the Truth Children’s Home are a great answer to many prayers.    

Since 2008, the church has been caring for orphan and poor children, providing them with safe shelter, food, the ability to go to school, basic medical care, and teaching them to know Jesus as their Savior. 

Since 2011, the Home has been registered with the Indian government. 

Up to this time, it has been a great effort to even feed the children, so having extra rooms and facilities have just been a dream. The children now sleep on the floors of Pastor P.Wilson Babu’s home and the church sanctuary and are cared for by the Pastor’s family and widows from the church. 

As Psalm 37:4 says, "Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart."

Through a garage sale and the faithfulness of a few, God has miraculously provided the needed funds for this building project.  This is awesome and we give Him all the praise, honor, and glory! 

God is granting this church the desires of their heart!  He has done many great and powerful things in the village of Atchuthapuratrayam (A.P.Trayam).  Many Hindu families have received Salvation through Jesus Christ.  The Zurishaddai Church is growing and learning how to make disciples of all nations.  The church members are working together as the body of Christ, caring for the children, many of which are their own.  God is blessing this community and we want you to join in this CELEBRATION OF PRAISE. 

If the Lord is moving in your heart and calling you to be a part of this work, please contact Pastor Wilson on his personal facebook page (PastorWilson Babu).  He will direct you in how you can help.  There are still nearly 20 children that need sponsors!  Please see the profiles list on the Truth Children Home facebook page for information on the children.  Please continue to pray for this ministry, for the safety of the construction workers, and that the needed funds will continue to come in.

Our vision for this church, this body of believers, is to become a great lampstand for Christ in the remote village of A.P. Trayam, in the country of India, and to the whole world.  All for the glory of Christ!

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

~ Garage Sale ~

Sell your possessions, and give to the needy.  Provide yourselves with moneybags that do not grow old, with a treasure in the heavens that does not fail, where no thief approaches and no moth destroys.
Luke 12:33 (ESV)

I am SO excited about this!  My mother, Sharon Clifford, and some of her friends have decided to take the scriptures that talk about selling what you have and giving to the poor seriously.  They have organized a multi-family/multi-church garage sale to help raise funds for the children at the Truth Children's Home orphanage in India.

If you live in the Southeast, Michigan area, please take a look around your house and consider all that you have.  Then box up your gently used items and drop them off at my mom's house THIS WEEK!  

Please consider coming to the sale.  Bring your friends and neighbors too!  If you have some extra time, please offer to help.  I know you will enjoy the fellowship, plus "Many hands make light work." :)

If you live elsewhere, you can still donate AND receive a tax deductible receipt!  

I'm attaching their advertisement below.  Please mark it on your calendars and spread the word!!

~ Garage Sale ~

Fundraiser for:
Truth Children’s Home
(Home for poor and orphan children)
Kakinada, India

Some of you have heard of the adventure God led Angela Gabbert and her 16 year old son, Luke, on this past month.  They traveled to India to minister with Pastor Wilson Babu at the Zurishaddai Church and Truth Children’s Home.  They did get home safely and evaded those who were hunting for them for sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ, but they left behind a very needy congregation still on the front lines.

This whole situation has opened our eyes to the reality of the persecuted church around the world and the Lord has stirred in our hearts a great desire to get involved.  Our Christian brothers and sisters are in need and we have an opportunity to help.  First, we can diligently pray for their protection and for the gospel to go forth.  Second, we can give of our time and our resources. 
There are nearly 30 children that are cared for at the church.  You can only imagine the resources that would be needed to feed, clothe, educate, and give adequate shelter to this many children.  One of their greatest needs is a roof.  Right now, they are meeting and sleeping under palm branches.  This protects them from the hot sun, but not from the monsoon rains.  We are hoping to raise the $3,000 needed to put a roof over their heads.

Grace Church of Taylor and Zion Baptist Church are teaming up to do a benefit garage sale in order to help meet some of these needs.

The Garage sale will take place on August 8th-10th at Zion Baptist Church on 8500 Pardee Rd (between Wick and Ecorse) in Taylor.  It will run Thursday and Friday from 9 am -5 pm and on Saturday from 9 am - 1 pm.

There are many ways you can help.

1.         You can shop and spread the word for your friends to do the same.
2.         You can donate lots of usable items that you no longer need.
3.         You can make a donation by writing a tax deductible check.

Make it payable to:
Grace Church of Taylor
6142 McGuire
Taylor, Michigan  48180
Put in the memo:  TCH Garage Sale

4.         You can volunteer your time.  We need many hands to help set up, organize, and work the sale.

Please prayerfully consider your part.  If you are getting ready to clean out your attic or have been putting it off, this could be the reason you've been waiting for.  It could NOT go to a more worthy cause.

If you would like to talk to Angie or Luke about their personal experiences, I know they would love to share their stories with you and answer any questions you may have.  You can contact them through facebook (Angela Clifford Gabbert and Luke Gabbert).

To learn more about this ministry and/or to see pictures, just go to PastorWilson Babu or Truth Children Home on facebook.

In His Service,

Denise and Sharon

Contact:       Denise Hardoin, 734-560-1476 or
Sharon Clifford, 313-282-8896 or

Zion Baptist Church - Taylor, Michigan

Grace Church - Taylor, Michigan

Zurishaddai Church & Truth Children's Home
Kakinada, India

Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Orphanage and The Church

What is an orphan and are all children in orphanages orphans?

According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, an orphan is a child deprived by death of one or usually both parents and an orphanage is an institution for the care of orphans.

I wish it were that simple to define.  It simply is not.

While orphanages are institutions that care for children that have lost one or both parents due to death, there are many that also care for the child that is without any adequate care because of sickness, disease, poverty, or a tragedy of one form or another.  Orphans may or may not have living parents.  

I hesitate to even enter this discussion because of the complexity.  I certainly do not have any authority on the matter.  I’m not looking for an argument on adoption and/or the actual numbers.  I just want to make it clear that there are many children in the world that have one or two parents, but still need someone to care for them.  These parents aren’t all abandoning their children.  They aren’t all unloving and uncaring.  Some mothers and fathers are doing everything in their power to provide food and shelter for their families, but even with all of their efforts, they are unable.

Now that we have that behind us, let’s discuss those children whose basic needs are not being met and the role of the church.  Once again, I acknowledge this is an extremely complicated subject and I am only trying to tackle one small aspect of the issue.  

Remember, the church is the people, not the building.

The local church gathers for worship, prayer, the reading and teaching of God’s Word, discipleship, and evangelizing the lost.  It is also a family that cares for one another.   

When one part of our physical body hurts, our whole body feels its pain.  Our church body should be the same.  It rejoices when others rejoice and grieves when others grieve.  This body of believers should care for each other and should lift each other up in prayer.  If we need an example, we go to the book of Acts where they lived in one accord and broke bread together daily.  They even sold all that they had and distributed so that no one had need.

Wow!  I hope you can disagree with me here, but I don’t see our local churches working this way.

When we started sponsoring a little boy at the Truth Children’s Home Orphanage in India, call us naive, but we had the Merriam-Webster definition in mind.  As we started reading each of the profile stories of the children, we were a little confused.  Most of these children have a mother and/or father.  Are these children orphans or not?  We sure don’t want to get taken advantage of like that friend of a friend we heard about at some point. (*note the sarcasm*)

If you know me, you know that I have an itsy bitsy issue with trust.  I don’t trust much that I read or much that I hear.  In fact, I don’t care if I’m told by some big authority figure that something is true.  If it doesn’t seem right to me, I’m going to have to do some research first.  Maybe this comes from my crazy dichotomy of a childhood, but I’ve found it can sometimes serve me well.  The way I abuse it will be in another blog.  For sure.

I checked out the legitimacy of this orphanage in particular.  It seemed to be legally registered with the government.  I even talked to a man that had a contact at the IRS.  No red flags.  

There was no doubt in my mind that the Lord had used this church and pastor in our lives.  He had given us a great love for a people we had never met.  The Lord had been tearing down walls of greed and teaching us how to be a cheerful giver.  So, after much prayer (and research), we decided to jump in with both feet.

“Maybe I just have to go and witness this for myself”, I thought.  Some things have to be experienced to fully understand.


Job 42:5  
“I had only heard about you before, but now I have seen you with my own eyes.”

After visiting these children, after watching the widows look after their care, after speaking with Pastor Wilson babu about their stories, after going to nearly all of their homes and meeting their mothers, fathers, grandmothers, etc., I finally understand.  I get it.

What I am witnessing is the church functioning as the church should.

Please, hear me.  This is a village that was once all Hindu that is now 20% Christian.  These are Christians that come together to BE the local church.  These are VERY poor families.  I’ve been to their homes and I’ve seen the lack of shelter and food that they can provide.  

The Truth Children’s Home Orphanage is a local body of believers caring for their own.

Maybe that discourages you from wanting to come alongside them with prayer and support.  Not me.  I am inspired.  I am inspired to see, FINALLY, a church sacrificing for each other, a church living for Christ together, a church celebrating together, a church suffering together.

You may be thinking, “Well, then let them take care of their own needs.”  Let me assure you, this is not a case where an eastern church is looking for the western church to provide all of their needs.  This does happen…I am very sad to say.  I know that the Pastor teaches the church to give.  I know that the people want to give.  

Each Sunday as the members enter the service, there is prayer and then an offering is given.  It may be money or may be rice, beans, oil, etc.  Like the widow’s mite, they give what they have.  Whatever it is, it is their offering of thanksgiving to the Lord.  If money is given, it is used to provide for the needs of the church.  If food is given, it is used to feed the pastor’s family, the children, and the hungry that come into the church.  

The children are cared for by Pastor Wilson, Sister Jemimah, and the widows in the church.  The widows are not paid to do this, but they are offered a place to sleep and food to eat.

Unfortunately, their offerings are still not enough.  God could multiply the rice miraculously or He could ask us to be obedient and to care for the least of these.  We know that anyone that gives a cup of water in His name will surely be rewarded (Matthew 10:42).

Here lies a grand opportunity for us.  We can witness a local church functioning as a body AND we can be the universal church functioning as the body of Christ.  We have an opportunity to hold our brothers and sisters up in prayer, to support them with our finances, and glorify our Father through the process.

Let’s BE the church…the true church…The Body of Christ!

Friday, July 5, 2013

Poverty vs. Poverty


As I climb into the three wheeled, yellow taxi with my dear new friends, I feel like I am living in a dream.  I remind myself of a promise I made, “I will take it ALL in, I will be ALL there, and I will look for opportunities to SHINE for Christ”. 

The rickshaw bounced over rocks and into deep holes.  It swerved away from many near misses of children, dogs, bikes, and oxen.   I think I am hidden, but the eyes keep watching me.  The women in their bright colored sarees look up from their washing.  The men with dirt on their faces and more skin exposed than a rope and skirt can cover glare with anger.  The curious children seem more afraid of me than they are of the wild dogs.  Their eyes all seem to be searching for something.  Something deep.  Something that will quench their thirst and take away their pain.  My heart swells with love for EVERY ONE.  I wonder how I can be a light here in such a dark place.  Up and over a railroad track and we enter into another world all together.

This part of the village doesn’t have concrete walls and pumps for wells.  Women walk balancing heavy water pots on their shoulders.  These homes are made of sticks and mud, with palm branches covering their heads.  The branches hang low.  I have to lower myself to enter. 

The faces are those that have been born into Hindu homes and have worshiped other gods, but are now so thankful to know Christ as their Savior.  They know Him in a way that seems so much deeper and more intimate than I have ever known Him.  He has rescued them from many gods (Krishna, Vishnu, Shiva, Lakshmi, Durga, Saraswati, Venkateswar, and Aiyappa—just to name a few) and from eternal destruction.  He has revealed to them a name that is above every name, the name of JESUS. 

He has set them apart.  In a country that is 85% Hindu, 13% Muslim and only 2% Christian; they are no longer accepted in their community.  They are shunned and abandoned by their families.  They now rely on Jesus for their very life.  This they are aware of every moment of every day.  Although they are alone and have nothing but dirt floors, a small cot to sleep a family, and a few pots, they are full of joy.  I am amazed and humbled.

The face of the woman I greet has tears in her eyes.  Not tears of sorrow, but tears of joy.  She shakes my hand and grabs my face.  I choke back the tears when she offers me her very best place to sit.   We pray together and cry together.    We are worlds apart and yet we are connected.  We both shine with the love of Christ.  Mine is but a flicker, but hers is shining bright. 

They are the poor and yet they are so very rich.  I am rich in comparison, and yet I feel so very poor.  The message to the church in Smyrna comes to my mind, “I know your tribulation and your poverty (but you are rich).”  I see the words of scripture come alive.  I want to take pictures to help me remember this moment, but my respect for them is too great.  Instead,  I am ALL there.  I will take it ALL in.

These two photos are from Google images.

We go from one home to another, sometimes riding, sometimes walking, but always raising our hands and hearts in thanksgiving to the One that has given life.  Our words are different, but we can still communicate.  Is this what Heaven is like?  Every tribe and every tongue worshiping the name of Jesus together.

There is still heartache and pain, so we must not be there yet. 

Stomachs are bloated with infection.  Bones have been broken and not set.  Mothers are crying for their sick and hungry children.  Fathers are rejected work because of their caste.  We cry out to the Lord for healing and we look forward to the day when there will be no more tears and no more pain. 

Our hearts groan for that great day of redemption--when we will see Him face to face.
I have found that it is not difficult to see Christ here.  Here, in this dark country, where statues and temples stand tall, there is still a remnant.  These may be few in number, but oh, how their light shines.  Like a city set upon a hill cannot be hidden, these souls that have been delivered are shining the light of Christ. 

As I lower myself to enter their homes, I also lower my pride.  I realize that we may have many material possessions in America, but many of us are still very poor. 

What is poverty anyway?  If it is a lack of something needed for life, if it is an absence of bread and water, then I dare say that our concept of who the poor is may be completely backwards. 

We are hungry and thirsty.  We feel the emptiness in our lives and we crave for more.  We are in need of healing.  Our hearts have been broken and our bodies are failing.  We need Jesus.  He is the only way, the truth, and the life.  He is the bread of life and living water.  He has come to heal the broken hearted and set the captives free.

Like the woman of Samaria that Jesus met at the well, we must acknowledge and believe that He is the great I AM.  He is more than a great prophet.  He is our deliverer.  He is our healer.  He is the one true God.  He is the Messiah. 

There will come a day, when every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, but until that day I want to shine bright like the woman under the palm branches with empty hands and a heart full of love and full of joy.  I want to shine, like the Zurishaddai Church shines throughout a rural village in southeast India, in my own town of northeast Ohio.  Whether we stay in Ohio or move to another city, state, or country, I will take it ALL in, I will be ALL there, and I will look for opportunities to SHINE for Christ.  

Matthew 5:16

In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in Heaven.

Thursday, June 27, 2013

So, What Now?

So What?

We’ve been given a glimpse into the persecuted church and we’ve been moved to compassion.  Our eyes have been opened to the reality of immense poverty and suffering around the world.  The faces have names and the need is real.  We’ve found that children are the same wherever you go; they all love to be loved and need to feel valued.  How dangerous it would be to somehow feel that because we have experienced these emotions we have something to hang our hat on.  After all, we have genuinely prayed that God would help them.  He doesn’t really expect me to do more than that, does He? 

“My biggest fear, even now, is that I will hear Jesus' words and walk away, content to settle for less than radical obedience to Him.”    ~ David Platt, Radical

So What Now?

We still live in America.  It’s not like we can all sell our houses, quit our jobs, and move our family to a country in the 10/40 window.  How can we follow Christ in a first world, twenty-first century type of way?

Micah 6:8
He has told you, O man, what is good and what does the LORD require of you, but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?

Some things never change.  Through centuries and millennia, His Word remains.  The Lord doesn't tell each of us to send x number of dollars each month or to never buy a Coach (or Vera Bradley, in some of our cases) bag again.  He does, however, require that we love the Lord our God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength.  He does require us to seek justice for those that cannot speak for themselves, to be kind to our enemies, and to be a servant of Jesus Christ.

It may be that some of us will be called to a country that is presently persecuting Christians or to an area of the world that has never before heard the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Others will find that the Lord is using them in their own city where Christianity has a bad name.  I don't think the point is necessarily where we go, as long as we all understand that we are commanded to go.

Matthew 28:19-20
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.  And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.

Let's all go together.

Let's be a church that is unified at least on this one thing.  If we have our faith in Christ in common, then we are all heirs in Christ.  We are brothers and sisters with the same goal in mind.  In Christ, there is neither male nor female, slave nor free, Baptist nor Pentecostal...Oh, wait!  I think I added that last one.  Anyway, you get the point.  Let's all seek the Lord with our whole heart, meditate on His Word, and obey His commands.  He is faithful to always be with us.  He will never leave us or forsake us, even to the end of the age.  Let's keep our minds set on things that are eternal, like the salvation of souls.

Something that really struck me in my conversations with Pastor Wilson was when he was surprised to hear that not all Americans that say they are Christians are really followers of Christ.  He said, "Oh, here in India, if someone says they are a Christian, they are most likely a Christ follower!  To follow Christ means one is willing to forsake their family, their homes, and even their own lives."  May this be true for all of us.

Let’s get practical together.

Sharing the gospel is hard!  I mean, like I would sometimes rather go to the dentist than share the gospel with my neighbor.  I’m just being honest.  It makes us vulnerable and open to ridicule.  We all want to be liked.  None of us want to be weird.  I am incredibly shy and an extreme introvert.  These are things I struggle with daily.  But, the more time I spend in the Word of God, the more I truly believe what it says.  The more I believe what it says, the more compelled I feel to tell others.  It is the answer they are looking for.  It is the Hope they need.  I would have to really hate them to not tell them where they can find the answers to their problems.  It’s the old, “What would you do if your friend was heading into a burning building?” scenario.  Wouldn’t you tell them of the danger and show them the way to safety?!  We aren’t any better than they are.  We just have the One that can show them the way.  Let’s commit to doing this together.

If you are looking for direction, I certainly have a few paths to share with you.  You all know that India is dear to my heart.  You have heard my stories and seen hundreds of pictures.  I didn’t know going into this whether it was a legitimate ministry or not.  I hoped.  I believed, but I wasn’t certain.  Now, I can assure you that this is the closest thing I have ever witnessed to the early church.  They are Christ centered and the Word of God is held as the final authority of all things.  They aren’t perfect and neither are we, but their desire is to glorify God in all they do.  They are actively reaching the lost with the gospel of Jesus Christ and they are caring for those in need as the body of Christ should.  They understand that their lives could be taken and that the sacrifice is great, but in light of eternity, they are willing.  Pastor Wilson reminded me as the Hindus came into the church that day, “God is good and His will is perfect.  We can trust Him.”  These are words that have stuck in my head and I hope I will never forget.  The Lord is sovereign over all.  His grace abounds and I am honored to be His servant.

There are many ways you can get involved with the Zurishaddai Church and the Truth Children’s Home.

The church building is in need of a roof.  This is not like one of our American multi-million dollar building programs.  This is a village that is coming to know Christ.  Many are coming to hear the Word of God.  They have already expanded the building, but they have not been able to afford a roof.  They have palm branches covering it now, which does provide shelter from the sun, but it does not provide shelter from the rain.  This is the same roof that many of the children and workers sleep under at night. 

There are still 26 children being cared for at the orphanage that need sponsors.  Sending $30 a month is a great way to help meet their needs.  They are given safe shelter, food, education, and most importantly, they are taught about Jesus and their need for Him.  It also gives you a wonderful opportunity to pour into a child’s life.  There are also many one time needs.   I know the children currently need to purchase new school books.  They also are in desperate need of new, clean mats to sleep on.  I know Pastor Wilson would be happy to share with you some of the immediate needs that they have.  Feel free to contact him any time.

I am assuming here that you are already connected to your own body of believers.  That you are serving and giving to your own church.  That you are witnessing to those in your own community.  If not, why not start now?  I’m pretty sure you don’t have to worry about being killed for attending your church service or for sharing the gospel…at least not yet.  Ask the Lord where He wants you and be sensitive to His calling. 

Let’s all use these new found emotions as a beginning, not an ending, to live out the great commission.  Let’s do this together.  I’d love to be of any help I can.  Feel free to ask me questions.  Feel free to share this with your church.  I know that God is going to do exceeding abundantly more than we could ever ask or think.  To God be the glory great things He has done!

Zurishaddai Church
Truth Children Home
Pastor P. Wilson Babu
Door No. 3-69/1
A.P. Trayam, Kakinada
Andhra Padesh
INDIA  533006

You can also contact Pastor Wilson through Facebook, at PastorWilson babu.

Follow this link to find out what the 10/40 window is.