Coronavirus Leaves India’s Gospel Workers with New Skills

Image depicts seminary students in class. (Photo courtesy of Bibles For The World)

India’s Gospel workers face major challenges due to COVID-19, but they’re also seeing positive growth.

“We’ve been encouraged to see them using some of the new technology available for the administration of the indigenous Church,” John Pudaite of Bibles For The World explains.

Bibles For The World enables community and individual transformation through God’s Word. They operate dozens of outreach ministries in northeast India, from Christian schools to a full-service hospital. “We have been working with our partners in the field through this entire pandemic,” Pudaite says.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

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