Sharings

Learning Generosity in Assam

My journey for the mission to Assam and Bengal started on 27 May 2019 via the School of Discipleship in Bangalore. I was part of the summer mission crew to work on household servants training programmes for seven villages. I had little to give except for my experiences, action songs, and prayers – all in Hindi – a language that’s not my forte but I learnt it so that I could partake in the mission activities. I had a lot to gather – what to expect, to be careful about, how to go about our programmes, and what to eat, etc. There was a sense of excitement yet lots of doubts and concerns. I had over-packed and carried more than the essentials. But the Lord definitely led me to see the other side. 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

Gallery

Navjeevan – RYC 2018

CFCI Regional Hindi Youth Conference 2018 was held from October 26 to October 28 at the Divine Renewal Retreat Centre, Margherita, Assam. Around 242 Youth from 18 chapters across West Bengal, Orissa & Assam were in attendance along with 28 couples who were their Youth Formators.

The conference theme “Navjeevan” was inspired by the verse of the year – Matthew 11: 28-30. Continue reading

Testimonies

God fulfils the Desires of your Heart

Luke 6:38 – “Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

When I became a mother, I quit my job because I had told my husband that I wanted to dedicate my time to our children. From then, I started to identify myself as a mother, wife and a homemaker. But somewhere along the way I started to feel that I had lost my ‘status’ in the society because I was just a “homemaker”. Continue reading