Grown Up Students Now Working at the Good News Children’s Care Centre – Nandiwada, India
Jun 14, 2018 1156
Several students from the Good News Children’s Care Centre in Nandiawa, India, have grown up and have started working at the centre where they first learned about Jesus.
The centre started a number of years ago when Pr Joseph heard about the “untouchable” village and their extreme poverty. It began in a hired one-room building with a single teacher, but by the grace of God it has grown over the years. Now it is officially a school with its own building, several teachers, and an increasing number of children.
At the centre, the children are given food, an education, and taught about Jesus. Many families in Nandiwada have come to accept the Gospel through the centre.
Saravane, Krishna Vanne, Chanchumma are three girls who started attending the centre as children, and now they work with the small children, reading the Bible, singing and training them.
“I am so very thankful to Jesus who led me to join this centre as a child”
When I was 6 years old I joined the Good News Children’s Care Centre. And I learned about the holy Gospel and how to serve the children here and read and pray in my daily life. So I am very thankful to Jesus who led me to join this centre as a child.
Krishna Vanne says,
When I was 7 years old, I was studying 6th class. Now I completed 9th class and am entering into 10th. I have learned so much here at the Good News Children Care Centre. In fact, I did not know about the holy Bible. But here I have learned about the holy Bible and praying and how to serve others. I am so very thankful to Jesus and the Good News Children’s Care Centre.
When I was 6 years old I joined the Good News Children’s Care Centre and learned how to study and read the holy Bible. I was born as a Hindu and I did not know about the holy Bible. But here I learned everything. And I learned how to serve and teach the other children. I give thanks to Jesus.
– Ella Rodionoff