These articles were originally published in the August 2021 edition of ITMI Monthly.
His red checked uniform shirt with blue stripes caught the eye of ITMI’s Taru Kumar as she walked one of the narrow alleys of the slum in Bangalore. It was the shirt all her students wear to attend her school, Deepam primary school.
The six-year-old and his even smaller brother stood behind a low metal pedestal where six very old and rather battered-looking cellular phone cases were laid out.
I am Faith Tehillah Ndebele. I am Zimbabwean. I grew up there, and I came to Poland to study…
He looked like a regular visitor to the church, but he was actually there for a reason the church-goers that sat around him would never have guessed.
Julia bit her lip as she caught sight of the front row where her mother should be sitting. This was her wedding day. She was truly happy, and she resolved not to let her parents’ decision not to attend shadow her joy.
The believers delivering the food were so excited to help others they were crying. In an environment where even the young and healthy have succumbed to COVID-19, these believers that Paul has discipled were eager to risk their health and their lives to share Jesus with the hurting. “Let us go to the streets!” they beg.
Just this morning as I exited the freeway that leads to our ITMI office, there stood at the intersection a disheveled man that probably was not as old as the years he carried on his body and face, holding a cardboard sign that simply stated, “Ever feel invisible?”
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In our May issue, we shared that our Casa Dorca children have an urgent need. Supporters have given about…
After one of the sessions, the leader in Bangladesh told Steve, “Every word is valuable.”