Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Historic First Election in Bhutan

The world’s only Buddhist kingdom conducted its first democratic elections March 25. Bhutan’s 2.3 million residents cast their votes for parliamentary representation after living under the rule of the Wangchuk hereditary dynasty since 1907. The Bhutan United Party claimed a … Continue reading

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Beggar Child Left to Die

  Written on July 31, 2013 The man stared at the boy he had just run over with his vehicle. The child looked helpless, lying on the street, a bloody mess—so he fled and left the boy to die. But … Continue reading

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Students Receive Good Response in Jammu and Kashmir

The entire student body from Gospel for Asia’s Jammu and Kashmir Bible college broke off into four teams recently to share the love of Jesus in their state. Two teams ministered in areas where most of the people were Muslim. … Continue reading

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Nepali City Flooded, Compassion Services Provide Relief

Heavy monsoon rains from July 7 to July 10 flooded the entire Nepali city where Pastor Ekakshara ministers with his family. Pastor Ekakshara reported many villages, as well as his own home and church building, are underwater. In one district, an … Continue reading

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Parade for Soap and Sanitation

    By marching through their town with homemade signs, 98 Bridge of Hope children and their Gospel for Asia workers hoped to save lives. The poverty and discrimination in this Delhi, India, village does not make life easy. But … Continue reading

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