Mansing & The Border Crossing

May 15, 2020Updates0 comments

Mansing and the Border Crossing

The situation in Pranjalʻs city and the surrounding tribal areas is very difficult due to Covid 19.  Like the rest of the world, the crisis had caused major unemployment so people are migrating back to their home towns.  Lack of finances and agression at the borders have caused many to die during their journies. Twenty laborers were caught crossing borders near Pranjalʻs town. Mansing, a DMI leader in one of the tribal villages, called officials on their behalf.  Thankfully, Mansing gained favor with officials and the borders were opened so the twenty laborers were able to go home.

In as much as this crisis has caused major hardship to the majority of the lowered caste of India, God is using it as a way for Disciple Makers India to be a light in their communities.  So we praise God for all that he is doing!

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