January 1, 2022

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  • We are truly grateful because God has provided (via the kindness of two loving hearts who donated the funds) for a seven-passenger car for DMI.  This is an incredible blessing because Pranjal typically spends several hours per week on the road, traveling to and from each village on his motorcycle. With a car he is now able to involve and transport more of his team for ministry, travel more quickly, and allow all of them more time with their families. Thank you Lord!

  • January was also a month for Pranjal and Vini to talk about their marriage.  As a result, they renewed their marriage vows and committed to devote more time to their marriage and family. They are also being more intentional about spending their afternoon time in the Word of God and praying together in Spirit and Truth.  They are also involving Bobby and Joshua in their time of praise and worship.

 

  • Although the government still does not allow large gatherings DMI was able to have two smaller fellowship gatherings.  They also spent three days in prayer and in Bible Study.

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