“Again I say unto you, That if two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven.” Matthew 18:19 Day 1: Pastor NJ’s brother: who was diagnosed for Lymphoma and is being treated in Kerala. His doctors don’t think he will survive much longer. Pray for comfort and peace over his family. Day 2: Helpers to the Helpless: Safety and provision for them as they serve in their villages by offering basic medical services and ministering through prayer and sharing the gospel. Day 3: Vinay’s Widow: This past summer she unexpectedly lost her husband, Pastor Vinay, and has a newborn baby and two other young children to care for as she helps Pastor Tiwari take over her late husband’s church. Day 4: Orissa schools: That the children in our schools in Orissa would be able to learn in a safe and secure environment. Day 5: Pastor NJ: Pray for the burden Pastor NJ carries from day to day as he is managing a ministry of over 700 pastors and evangelists, the management of the hospital, and other medical parts of our ministry, the work and construction that is happening in various places in India, the accountability of our schools, orphanages, and micro enterprises. He works from wake to sleep every day in the ministry and also in providing for his family. Day 6: Pastor Don: His church in Panki was hit by torrential rains a few months ago and because of this a large landslide occurred which broke the boundary wall to... read more
It became clear that any number of mobile medical ministries or outpatient clinics would not be enough to serve the one million people in this large region who have no access to a hospital or advanced medical care. During 2002, Brother NJ was on a family vacation to Branson, Missouri when he encountered a theater building that provided a vision to him for a 200 bed, full-service medical center to be built near Simdega.
In India, more than half the population has never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. With a population that has risen to more than 1.16 billion, approximately six hundred million people have never heard the name of Jesus, not even once in their lives.
In 2002, attention was given to the countless homeless children in India. Opening an orphanage is something All India Mission had never intended to do. AIM’s mobile medical team visited several villages, and Dr. Haribabu shared with N.J. (All India Mission’s president) that there were many children there without parents. Most of the children’s parents died either from an accident or a disease.