Touching Lives in India
Caste systems don’t show humanity’s brighter side. They combine racial, religious, and economic discrimination into one brutal package.This was never the plan of God.
His plan is what our staff in India has actively undertaken – India reaching out to those who are from the low caste. Others call them outcasts or untouchables. GNPI knows they are like the sick, dying, and marginalized people Jesus touched. Those who were banished and condemned by society were exactly the people Jesus embraced.
GNPI’s staff in India has a vision for kingdom unity that crosses man-made boundaries and touches all of humanity. The people they hire, the people in their neighborhoods, and the people who see their productions are people who, many times, are without hope or love.
Our staff in Damoh is also training others who share this vision. To see for yourself, be sure to see this week’s feature, The Generation Gap. It’s the first project of a young NOMaD team. Each of them converted from Hindu backgrounds. The topic of this video project is the generation gap in Indian families between young people and parents. The team come up with their own idea and script. We really appreciate their effort, production quality, and eagerness for further training.
Thank you for helping make a difference by touching lives for Christ in India!