Listen in with Bob Stoll, Lifesong India, as he shares about his recent visit to India,
It is always a rewarding experience to interact with children who are obedient, respectful of authority and wonderfully outgoing. They are studious and have a strong, active faith in prayer. While we were there it was exam time at school and because they take their studies so seriously they were continuously asking for prayer "for our studies", expecting that hands would be laid upon their heads by those who prayed.Our children are hungry for an education because, in the villages where they come from, illiteracy has been the norm. The photo below shows the record of monetary help this ministry gives to about 150 poor, aged and indigent villagers. Most of them are so illiterate that they cannot even write their own name, thus the thumb prints.