In rural India, a rickshaw is a self supporting tool and at the same time, it is a tool to rebuild Christian families. Due to deep poverty, many families are broken and my main concern is to help broken Christian families to rebuild and start a new life. Thanks to On His Path for their kind help in this project. At a cost of $425.00 each, four families received rickshaws to enable them to once again provide for themselves.
These are Christian families but due to their poverty, they were separated and became homeless people. “For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes”.
Now, by giving this self help tool, we are able to unite them and they have started new life again now. Praise Jesus! I have given gospel tracts to each rickshaw puller to give those tracts to those who sit in the rickshaw. When the rickshaw puller starts pulling it, the passenger who sits in the rickshaw will read through the gospel tract and will know about Christ.
This rickshaw will work as a tool to spread the gospel of Christ through a printed gospel tract. Many thanks to Jesus and many thanks to my Brother John and Sister Jean for their compassionate heart towards the poor in India while at the same time spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Submitted by: Pastor Paparao, Mission to the Nations, India