Sponsor a Village


• The thing that touches your heart every time you meet one of these people, is that many of them do not even have shoes on their feet.
• They are very poor people

There is tremendous opportunity here for humanitarian aid.
Please consider partnering with us so that this work can continue.

This small offering is absolutely the lifeline for these men, their families.

• After any banking fees, 100% of the money that you might give goes directly to the work in India.
• It does not purchase plane tickets, hotels or food for workers.
• That’s the catch of being involved in this project.
• You have to pay your own way.
• Every person who has gone there for the conferences or to help there has paid their own way.

We need good people like yourselves to partner with us to at least sponsor a village.
• You can sponsor an entire village and its pastor for as little as $100 per month.
• Can you believe that?
• When you become the sponsor of a village, you are the only sponsor to that village.
• No one else will be sponsoring them.
• You in essence will literally be adopting and becoming the lifeline of that village.

Where does your $100 go?
• 40 dollars of it will go directly to the leaders each month.
• Now I know this does not sound like much but that’s the beauty of this work.
• It does not take much to sustain it.
• The balance is used to make the conference happen there in Oct.
• Now I already told you that everyone pays their own way.
• But there is still food needed to feed the thousands of people who come from the villages.
• We have to rent a tent and sound system and the many other needs that are very complex in order to feed and care for thousands of people who come from the farthest villages to the conference.


We really need a financial miracle to take place this year so we can cause a strong base of consistant supporting partners like yourself.
• Could you allow your heart to open to this amazing need…
• We need your help…
• Would you partner with these men.
• Some of you are able to sponsor more than one village, could you do that?
• If you can’t afford 100 per month, can you afford 50 per month?

Sewing machines for the young women

One of the most challenging dilemmas for the women of India is the ability to make a living. It is extremely difficult at best. One of the best ways for a woman to earn decent wages is to be a seamstress. To address this challenge we have created we opened a Tailoring Institute to train women in tailoring, a trade to make income for their family. We provide free sewing machines to the ladies upon completion of their training. These machines are non-electric as most of the homes here do not have electricity and cost about $100 dollars US.

Equipped with the knowledge of sewing and sent forth into the harvest field with a sewing machine enables a young lady to work and make a living, or make additional household income as a pastor’s wife.

Your donation of a sewing machine will enable a young lady to continue in the wonderful work.


Bicycles

One of the most exciting events is the giving of bicycles at the annual conference in Samsi.
These beautiful bicycles are durable and made to last for many years. Every graduating senior from the College receives a bicycle. Extra bicycles are given to selected people according to the need.

These bicycles are a necessity. The graduating students are sent forth in pairs to travel. They will travel thousands of miles through villages, towns, and cities. Pastors use these bicycles for everything from family transportation, visitation, going to meetings and conferences, and errands of every sort.


Orphanage Child Support

 

These little ones are helpless without your care. The alternative is bleak. In many cities statistics prove that orphaned children on the streets are taken and enslaved in less than one day. They may be sold into the sex industry, or made to work as slaves, used to beg for money for their masters, used to carry and distribute drugs, or murdered.

For just $50 per month you can sponsor the care and housing of an orphaned child. The orphans in our orphanage are loved, taught, housed, schooled, fed, and taught.

$50 per month means we can take in one more additional child. Please help us make the difference.

Buildings

The annual monsoon season wreaks havoc on the established village buildings in the region.

The people work hard to build buildings where the people can assemble and meet. However the monsoon rains are so severe that on the average the building will only last an average of three years. Then it has to be completely rebuilt.

Perhaps you can imagine what a hardship it would add if you had to rebuild your buildings and facilities every three years. Think of the time and effort expended on the building whereas the same time and effort could be spent instead on building people.

There is a solution!

For a donation of $8,000 you can build a beautiful brick building with a cement floor and metal roof. These durable structures not only endure the weather for many years, but also testify as an example to the villagers of what we are doing in their area.

The people of the building in Bagdole have worked very hard to get the building completed even though the Monsoon Rains have hindered them greatly. One amazing point is how frugal the workers are with what they have to work with. It’s almost amazing that a building of this size and quality can be built with only $8,000.00.

When this building is completed, it will not only be a school for this village, but it will also be a place of refuge from the storms and dangerous weather.