The STN board [STN-India board] had a meaningful five-hour meeting on Saturday the April 6th. They are not only excited about the achievements of STN International’s efforts but expectantly looking forward for graduation next year. There is also a great anticipation for an onward program of teaching BTCP. A new batch of participants in India would be ready for such a program.
On Sunday, my day began at 6 a.m. and ended at 9 p.m. There was six hour road journey (both ways) to reach an interior village. Cattle, cow dung, and dirty roads were the environments while the exuberant believers (30 in number) gathered in a small room where there is no air conditioning. The heat was 95 degrees but not be compared with warmth of fellowship, and worship. The worship songs had no tunes and hardly any music but the voices of people were very loud indicating the worship coming from the depth of their hearts. I ministered the Word and there was the Lord’s Table too.
Following the Sunday service, there was a school building inauguration. J. S., one of our participants, is the owner along with his wife. Both are committed to the Lord with a vision to serve Him in North India. This couple hail from South India but God brought them to North with a special purpose. The inheritance they received from their parents is being used for a school building where Christian witness would be the main thrust. Please pray for them.