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Poor women in Indian society are considered twice oppressed, once for being a woman, and twice for being poor. They are subjected to long hours of back-breaking labor in rock quarries, fields, or domestic service in order to provide food for their children.
 
The Sewing Training School teaches women basic tailoring, dressmaking, and embroidery techniques. During the one-year vocational program each student receives room and board, instruction, and sewing materials. Upon completion of the program, the student is given a new sewing machine.
 
You can view photos from the Sewing Training School in our photo gallery.

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“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~Nelson Mandela
 
Education is a road out of poverty. A quality education provides an opportunity for a sustainable future. Education opens doors to higher learning, dignified employment, and social mobility. The Jaya English Medium School (JEMS) enrolls more than 100 students that come from all backgrounds, religions, and castes. Children of Hindus, Muslims, and Christians gather together at JEMS for excellent teaching and robust curriculum.

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“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,” Matt 28:19
 
One of the challenges of spreading the good news about God’s love through Jesus Christ in India is that Christianity as a religion has been too often far removed from Jesus. As Gandhi noted, “I like your Christ; I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”
 
The focus of the Missionary Training School is to create Christians, who are like Christ. Select men and women are recruited for a two-year intensive training program that equips them to be spiritual leaders in their respective communities. The program produces pastors, church planters, and evangelists to carry the Good News and represent the teachings of Christ to unreached peoples in India.

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