by Tammy Werth
This November I will be returning to India. Why do I want to return to India?
God has grown my heart and passion for the people and the ministry in India for many years. Anyone who knows me, knows I’m always excited to talk about India, the pastors and their families and the training Shepherding the Nations is doing.
Our missionaries in India.
Ryder & Flory Kumar have been in India for almost a year and they are a big part of the reason I would like to return to India. They are precious Saints who have given up family, friends and home to serve a higher calling. Matthew 19:29 says “And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or farms for My name’s sake, will receive many times as much, and will inherit eternal life.” As with any missionary on the field, it hasn’t been easy for them. Adjusting to the chaos and multitudes of people in India has challenged them. The Lord is the controller of all things and Ryder and Flory know the One (God) who controls everything and know the kind of controller He is, that He is Good. Ryder and Flory have been very busy teaching, traveling and planning. They are excited about what the Lord is doing around and through them and are making a difference for the kingdom of God in India. Ryder and Flory will always need our encouragement and more importantly our prayers. Please pray for our dear brother and sister, for their marriage, health, wisdom and discernment and for God to show them His plans.
I hope to be a blessing when I visit India. My schedule will be hectic but I’m eager to visit several cities. I will visit other precious believers, worship with Shanthi & Ravi who are key leaders with STN India, share with three groups of women, share at a Christian orphanage, attend another BTCP graduation in Vijayawada, meet with leaders from other organizations, travel to Mumbai and have much time with our special couple, Ryder and Flory. Please pray that the Lord would use me and that I would be ready for what He has for me on this trip. Jai Masih Ki