In the beginning all food, milk and medicine distribution was done by one man on a bicycle. It would take many hours to shop for and deliver all the supplies to the areas where we run our programs. In 2014 we were able to supply a new motorcycle to support all of our distribution programs. We were also able to supply a new scooter for the vocational sewing program which enabled our sewing trainer to travel freely across the city to train the women who have since graduated from their training. In October 2015 we were able to supply another new scooter the house mother who takes care of our 10 children living in the home. This new scooter enable the children to be taken to school which is a 2 mile walk as well the children can be taken anywhere at any time in case of an emergency.
Freedom on Wheels
We live a life of Freedom because we are called...we are free because Christ died for us.
Our Freedom on Wheels program provides transportation that enables our volunteers in India to do more for the people in shorter amounts of time. They can travel farther distances, expand services and spread the Love of Jesus to more.
It is absolutely clear that God has called you to a free life. Just make sure that you don't use this freedom as an excuse to do whatever you want to do and destroy your freedom. Rather, use your freedom to serve one another in love; that's how freedom grows. For everything we know about God's Word is summed up in a single sentence: Love others as you love yourself. That's an act of true freedom. | Galatians 5:13-14
Motorbike for Food Distribution & Ministry
Traveling in India is chaotic and difficult, for 3 years Pastor Prabhudas traveled using a bicycle in storms and severe heat to purchase and deliver food to many people in need.
Because of a substantial donation we are able to provide reliable and much needed transportation in India.
January 2, 2015 marks an amazing day of answered prayer.
Scooter for Traveling to teach Sewing Skills to Women
Vijay Laxmi joined our team in early 2014 volunteering her time to teach the women and children a valuable skill of sewing. Vijay Laxmi would travel many miles a day on her personal scooter, which was very old and unreliable as it would spill oil when driven.
This new scooter will enable Vijay Laxmi to travel to many more communities to teach even more women and children on a daily basis and without the worry that her transportation would not be reliable.