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Updates on Previous Stories


Our field representative just returned from a visit to India. The group toured campus, visited village churches, our preschool, dedicated a new worship center and taught classes at the Bible college!

Group cuts ribbon to dedicate new worship center.

Demolition has begun of the buildings on campus that were heavily damaged during the recent floods.

Bulldozer bites into building damaged by floods.

Bulldozer begins the job of taking down flood damaged housing.

Nayam, the little girl we told you about in last November’s newsletter, is progressing in using her feet as “hands.”  Samrat, the little boy who could not sit or talk (Sept 2013 newsletter), is now able to do some of his own talking. Manjetta (Dec 2015 newsletter), our student with TB, is now tuberculosis free, although she still needs extra care.

Pre-schoolers from recent news stories

Nayam & Samrat today.

Our Nepalese student Shimone, whose family lost their house to a fire (Jan-Feb 2016 newsletter), was able to help his father get two-thirds of their house rebuilt this summer. He still needs $500 to finish the work. If anyone would like to help Shimone financially, be sure to note that on your donation.  

Jay has returned to full-time teaching and his medications have been stable. However, Ernest has extremely high triglycerides and needs your prayers for his health.

Our circumstances remain difficult, but the Lord watches over us and continues to bless the work. We are thankful to all of you for your continued prayers and support.

Bethlehem Living Water | PO Box 119 | Bethel OH 45106 | 513-335-4474

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