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04/14/17 ·  “I never thought I’d be able to give an injection!” Khushboo laughs, writing down the information of a child she’s just given a vaccination to. Khushboo’s stubborn gaze and steady hands seem like they should belong to someone much older. Unlike most of the young women in her village, Khushboo meets...
04/03/17 · Two years ago, Saroj got married. He was already a bit old, having delayed his marriage while he worked in his community. He’d been saving and planning for a wife for years. Relentlessly saving out of the small amount he made every month, he’d managed to buy her the nicest sari she could ever expect to own as a wedding present.
When Life is Too Hard
03/31/17 · What do we do when tragedy hits? When we receive a cancer diagnosis, face major surgery, we can’t have children, or the country where we minister faces major challenges? Tragedy takes many forms. Over the years I’ve learned some ways that help me to cope with hard times.
Urmilla's Children
03/27/17 · For over twenty years, Urmilla had sat alone at home every day while her husband went off to work. The shame of being childless had isolated Urmilla from her extended family. Her husband was supportive – an unexpected blessing in a culture where she might’ve easily been returned to her birth family as “defective." However, once he left for the...
We Are Not Beggars
03/21/17 · Broad-chested and well-muscled, Serajul looks like a bodybuilder from the waist up. His problem from childhood has been his legs, twisted by an early case of polio. Daily life in a subsistence farming community is hard enough, but when you can’t do work that demands walking long distances, it becomes even harder.
Unmarried Children
03/13/17 · “I was married,” says Ramseki, “when I was still drinking milk. But you don’t move to the husband’s house until you grow up.” By “grow up,” Ramseki means about twelve years old. Ramseki belongs to a highly untouchable caste that has  been marrying off their daughters by the age of two or three for as...
When Women Come Together
03/06/17 · Prabhouti’s husband had died, leaving her with four sons. The life of a widow is always hard in Prabhouti’s village – a woman’s standing and rights depend solely on her husband. Girls are not usually educated in Prabhouti’s community, so women left on their own lack any skills they can use to support themselves. A childhood encounter...
A Lifetime's Job
02/28/17 · Lent begins on March 1; in the weeks leading up to Easter, Christians around the world spend extra time fasting, praying, and reflecting. This year, SIM Stories invites you to journey through Lent with Chetna, a community health and development program in North India. May their work inspire you this Lenten season.
Canadian Missions Research Forum
02/27/17 · A national study commissioned by The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) and the Canadian Missions Research Forum (CMRF), has found that there isn’t a well-defined evangelical consensus about the definition of mission. The lack of clarity raises concern not only about how people become involved in mission but about the nature and purpose of the Church.
National report on short-term mission
02/27/17 · First report based on national mission study reveals trends and raises concern