March 26, 2020

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As would be expected, India has required its citizens to stay in and work from home to combat the COVID-19 Virus. Pranjal, however, has remained faithful and optimistic. He continues to work with another Disciple Makers India member who is translating the Bible into the Bhilala language which, when finished, can reach millions of people who speak that dialect. One urgent concern is the disappearance of a young woman from a tribal area that attends the DMI fellowship. As we pray for Godʻs healing throughout the world, please also remember Pranjal, DMI and this young girl in your prayers. 

God bless all who have contributed to this amazing ministry.

The Disciple Makers India, Kaua`i Team

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