The 20th Anniversary Celebration and Graduation

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What a fantastic time we had in Myanmar! Thank you for your prayers for this year’s group of students (the 20th batch) as well as for the entire 20th Anniversary Celebration, and for the Missions Conference. It was a full week of celebration and reunion as a number of our coworkers and Bible school teachers also came together for this event. The big Ball Room in Strand Hotel was full with rejoicing, dancing and excited people. It is difficult to explain the atmosphere for someone who was not there. It was really wonderful, energizing and infusing. The Full Gospel Music Ministry…

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Pastoral Leadership Program

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The Pastoral Leadership Program is a new pastors-training program led by Rev. Hans Sundberg where pastors and leaders in Nepal and India during a three-year period will go through an extended bible-training program for deepened theological studies and reflection. The training program comes at a very crucial time – a kairos time, a truly God-appointed time. There is an incredible need for teaching and training leaders in this great move of God and we must fuel the fire so the work can continue to grow. We need to raise up workers for the Kingdom so that the harvest will not be lost….

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FGBTC 17th batch in Yangon, Myanmar

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The 17th batch of students were overjoyed to graduate on 24 February. We are living in an amazing time when so many doors are opening up for the ministry of the Good News and these wonderful people from Myanmar are part of the harvest force the Lord is raising up. “The Gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come” – Jesus says in Matthew 24: 14

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Documentary film in the making

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By Håkan Gabrielsson Our latest trip to Nepal was for the purpose of filming a documentary about the Badi people and the culture of forced sex-slavery and abuse they live under. Our goal: 1)  Illuminate the humanity, dignity and beauty of the Badi people, especially their heritage in art, music and dance. 2)  Educate about the desperate reality of those enslaved, abused and murdered in the brothels of India. 3)  Inspire action and stir souls to help abolish this extreme injustice.  For our filming we flew to western Nepal for a few days to visit the area where the Badi people live….

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Miriam Baby Centre

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                                                                                          Miriam Baby Centre in Kathmandu Because of poverty, wrong sex or other reasons sometimes newborn babies are abandoned immediately after birth and often left to die. To help pregnant women in their vulnerability, and in order to save unwanted babies, Miriam Baby Center was recently started at the end of 2012. The center focuses on supporting…

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New graduates from HBTC, Kathmandu

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Seventh batch students graduate from Hosanna Bible Training Centre Since we established Hosanna Bible Training Centre (HBTC) in 2009, we have seen around 300 students graduate from the training program and about 95% of them are simultaneously handling their full time ministry and their own business. The latest graduation was held on 11th December, 2012 in HCM church Hall. Altogether, 200 participants were present in the ceremony. The students and the participants were encouraged by the Word of God by Mr. Lazrus Thulung, Pastor of “Jyoti Great Commission Church”, Co-ordinator of “Serve Life Himalayan” and a renowned Christian writer of…

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Out of the bondage as sex slaves

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By Håkan Gabrielsson Since the ministry to save women and girls from the sex-trade started three years ago, hundreds of people have received the Lord and new churches have started in the area. Why? Almost all spoke of the love they have seen in the Christians and therefore wanted to know God. Men have started to work and the women have stopped selling themselves for sex. In the village where we began the ministry, sixty percent of the women have stopped with the prostitution. Prostitute, maoist, pastor Mina Badi, one of the women we interviewed has six sisters and they were all forced into prostitution but several…

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