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Everything we face will take on a different meaning, if we choose, like Joseph, to see the big picture. I encourage you to start today. Please join us in prayer for these needs: • For the construction of a facility to house all of our GFA printing presses. 64 65 10 Dear Sister, Empowered for ­Ministry August 2000 Recently I received a wonderful letter from Sister Siny, who works in our Indian GFA office in Tiruvalla, Kerala, and is one of the leaders for our monthly GFA ladies’ meeting there. She wrote about the outreach ministry the sisters are doing as an extension of the GFA ladies’ meeting.

During the daytime we had our separate Sisters’ Seminar, and in the evenings we, along with all the pastors, attended meetings that were open to the public. My husband preached a salvation message to a crowd of 7,000 on the first night, 12,000 on the second and 15,000 people on the last night. Each evening during the invitation, at least 90 percent of the audience made decisions to receive Christ. I wish you could have been there to witness these people calling upon the name of Jesus for salvation; many were loudly weeping.

I learned that the Lord used our five sisters’ teams to start six fellowships that are now Believers Churches. Right after our seminar ended, the students returned from their Christmas vacation, so I also had the opportunity to meet most of them before I left. I am so encouraged by all the Lord has done these past few years through the ministry of our Karnataka training center graduates. This state is known as a very hard and difficult mission field. I remember so well that when our leaders first decided to open a training center in this state, they were told by every Christian organization that it was nearly impossible to get any Kannada students.

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