Author: Ray Viola

Reaching Out to India’s Youth

Pastor Ashang recently held a Youth Camp near the Burmese border in remote Manipur. The camp drew young people from eight different villages; many came great distances by foot over rugged mountains. These mountain areas are predominantly Christian, but before the camp many of the youths were spiritually blind. Ashang reports that many accepted Jesus during the camp. The educational system is very weak in areas of India like Changa village. Pastor Ashang would like to establish a school there to provide training with an emphasis on spiritual development. Please pray for these children of God, and for good health, grace and wisdom for Ashang and his family....

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Reflections on our trip to the Girls Home of Pune

By Liz Viola and Kathie Nawrocki We had the privilege of spending two weeks in Pune visiting the girls at the Girls Home. We stayed at the Hiwale home where Joseph and Vishranti live. The place buzzed with visitors; and the singing and cawing of many birds could be heard throughout the day. Butterflies flitted in and out, and a mama cat and her young son played around the gate. The street that the Hiwales live on is a side street, but it is full of activity. Women in bright saris were cooking on campfires in their yards. There...

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2012 – A Year in Review

2012 has been another year of tremendous growth and new beginnings for the Koinonia India Ministry. Construction of Pune Center, the future home of the Koinonia School of Ministry (KSOM), is in progress. Men and women continue to be trained to spread the gospel, and we have planted 27 new churches across India. A team of individuals is being developed to lead the India Ministry as the Lord tarries.  I am in awe of what the Lord is doing.  What began by faith is continuing by faith. This year we received accreditation from the Asia Theological Association and can now offer a Degree in Theology that will be recognized across India and across all evangelical denominations. Going forward it seems that the Lord would like us to pray and take steps secured in faith towards developing a “skilled trades” school as part of KSOM.  I want to thank each and every one of you for praying and generously supporting the ministry in India. Would you pray about going to India or becoming an active Ambassador to further the vision of this important work? Would you please pray specifically for: Resources needed to continue construction of Pune Center The team that is being put in place to care for the Girls Home Koinonia School of Ministry – faculty, their families, and students Medical Clinic and the vision for the next...

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