Sharings

Assam Forever

“Will you be able to serve at the Assam mission this May?” I was asked, and I knew I had to! This was my second mission, yet I was equally thrilled and excited as if it was my first. I was initially very skeptic about the mission for various reasons, such as it was a two-week mission – a long time away from home, and I had concerns about electricity, food and especially the feeling of unworthiness; knowing that I was struggling to live out the very talks that I would have to give there. Little did I know what the Lord had in store for me in Assam. Continue reading

Sharings

Mission of God’s Love

“How fortunate!” I thought to myself one day, after saying YES to join the West Bengal CFCI Summer Mission Crew. Deep within, I always longed to do God’s work, share the Good News to more souls and draw them closer to God’s kingdom. And here, I had the opportunity for the very first time! Continue reading

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Revival – Uttarkhand

Led by the Holy Spirit, brothers and sisters from different parts of the country, came together to serve the youth of the diocese of Bareily, at Anugraha Ashram, Sitarganj, Uttarkhand for a four-day Youth Camp from 13th June to 16th June 2019. These youth were full of energy, enthusiasm and a deep devotion for Christ; all they needed was a listening ear, a hand to hold and a path to be directed to. The service team was all set to serve 150 youth but were surprised to see around 300 youth on the first day itself. Continue reading

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Mission Assam

Excited, scared, determined, confused….any other emotion running through your mind? Well put them all together and that was the state of our minds when we left for Assam as a part of the #CFCISummerMissionCrew. Some of the Mission Crew members had already served in the prior missions, but for some, this was their first mission; to travel far away from home, comfort and family. This year’s mission to Assam was to guide the existing CFCI Youth members to grow together as a household. The Mission Crew members hailed from Assam, West Bengal, Goa and Mangalore; and were further divided into three teams to reach out fourteen villages in a time span of ten days. Continue reading