A petition against abortion has recently emerged and I am encouraged by the timing of it. Firstly, we are actually in our jubilee i.e. 49th; 50th year, of the Abortion Act. Jubilee is significantly a year of “release” (Lev 25:8-10).
Previously, we wrote for help to adopt the poor village of Chinna Karagraharam. This initiative blessed some 550 poor families. They came on foot and bicycles. Thanks to you, the church was able to be relevant to the village. This
10 days ago, we published this article – http://vow.sg/help-indias-poor-under-lockdown-crisis-tie-over-famine/ – to raise funds for India’s crisis. Since then, we have sent 2 more rounds of aid consisting of food items, medical supplies and some finances. A total of 310 families
Many of you may have read about India’s lockdown situation and how the poor are suffering because of it: shops were closed, jobs were stopped, migrant workers turned into refugees overnight unable to work or get home. They have little
An education and 3 meals a day are basic necessities most Singaporeans would not bat an eyelid for. But in Machilipatnam where the Yanadis live, these are luxuries. The Yanadis are from the Untouchable caste. The Untouchables belong to the