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Category Archives: Indian missions

Cleansing of the blood

kidney patient and daughter

In early October a 54-year old man named Sukho was brought to the hospital by his wife and daughter.  He had previously been seen at another hospital, but they were unable to diagnose his illness or treat him. When they brought him to the hospital they had no hope of him leaving the hospital alive.  After […]

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Imagine a woman…


Imagine a woman.  She is a tribal low caste village woman.  She spends her days serving her husband and 2 children.  Every day she works in the rice fields gathering food to cook for her family or to barter.  Think of her unsandled feet as she walks miles each day to the village market to barter […]

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Healing in the Courtyard


George and Deena Kutty are serving the Lord in the village of Khunti.  They, with their children have started 3 churches in an around Khunti and have more than 150 members attending services. George and Deena conduct a weekly Sunday school for children and have attracted many new believers.  The family visits village homes and […]

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His faith cost him everything

Rajendra with his church family

A husband and father suffered from a mental illness that almost lead to his death.  Rajendra was the head of a household of 7, which included his wife, three children, and his parents.  His family, from a Hindu background, began praying to many gods when Rajendra began ill. His condition began to deteriorate.  He reached […]

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Bringing Hope to India…my beginning

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A year ago the Lord decided it was time for a change for me and my family. I found myself separated from my husband, distant from the Lord, working around the clock, and taking care of 4 children. I was at the lowest point in my life and I had no idea where my future […]

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Ultrasounds that lead to death


Having four children of my own, I understand the anticipation of the first ultrasound around the 20th week of pregnancy.  At 20 weeks, a woman is generally half way through the pregnancy and usually this is the first time the baby can be seen. Learning that the baby is healthy is half of the excitement, […]

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Kishori, fighting for her life


Kishori, age 13, diagnosed with Rheumatic Heart Disease On February 20, 2014 Shanti Bhavan Medical Center officially opened it’s doors.  The number of patients per day has been increasing day after day.  Some have been treated in the outpatient clinic, others have been admitted into the hospital. On March 10, 2014 a delightful girl was […]

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Bridging the gap

Pastor N.J. Varughese and Arwin Sushil standing at the bridged gate of SBMC.

Early 2007, All India Mission began the actual construction on a 5-story modern hospital building in the Simdega District, five years after Pastor N.J. Varughese envisioned the building in a dream. After 7 years of construction, Shanti Bhavan Medical Center is seeing patients.  The process of building a state-of-the-art hospital in northeastern India is more […]

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Graduation Day!

Graduation day for our first "Helpers to the Helpless" team.

In September, we began a pilot program called “Helpers to the Helpless”.  The program is designed to be an outreach of Shanti Bhavan Medical Center-Community Branch.  The pilot training program consisted of 15 women from some of our key areas where we have churches.  Most of them are pastor’s wives.  The training was a 3 […]

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What is iDonate?

Explore the possibilities of gift giving!

All India Mission has recently updated our online giving program and are now partnering with iDonate.  We’ve come to find that “though most nonprofits make a point of requesting cash donations, greater value lies with in-kind donations.” The IRS reports that 90% of the country’s wealth is in their “stuff”.  We want to give our donors more […]

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