Hope for Cambodia’s Hopeless

Between 1975-1979, an estimated 1.5 million Cambodians were killed during the Khmer Rouge regime, led by dictator Pol Pot. This mass slaughter capped a bloody decade during which the nation lost more than half its 1970 population (of about 7 million people)...

Motivated Counselors Care for Bolivia

Last week we brought you the story of abortion-recovery-counselor training in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. This week, we have the privilege of sharing an exciting update from participants of the event.  Last Saturday we had our first meeting of planning the...

My Tryst with Radio

Written by Vinita Shaw, Founder & CEO of Disha Foundation While watching Bye Bye Love, a Hollywood comedy on the lives of divorced men, the scenes of radio presenter Dr. Townsend brought afresh the powerful reach of radio to my mind, pushing me...

The “How” of the Great Commission

I heard a story once about a man I consider to be a great hero of the faith, a man who was imprisoned and tortured for preaching the Gospel. At one point in more than 15 periods of imprisonment, he had a metal rod drilled through his calves, and he was hung upside...

A Real Barn Burner

When I was 16, one of my sister’s prized dolls went missing. It probably sounds strange to say that the doll went to hell, but it did. Sort of. We had a “man cave” barn at my house: old couches, bean bags, ping pong tables, a bar, and a wood stove. It was the...