On Her Damascus Journey

  Although I’m only in my early 20s, I have been granted the privilege of being the housemother of Mukti’s Dahlia Flower Family and taking care of 14 girls between the ages of 7 and 12. With praise to God, I have had three years of Bible school and have earned a diplom...

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From Love of Creation to Love of the Creator

  As a young boy growing up in a remote village in central India, (Naresh) Nithin was awed by God’s creation without knowing the Creator. When Nithin came to the Mukti Orchard Project: Cherry at the age of six, he first learned about the God who made the world and everything...

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A Living Miracle

One night, Raju* woke in the thick dark to find his face smothered and chest crushed under suffocating pressure, apparently due to a demonic attack. Terrified, he groped in the darkness, grappling with the unseen force. All he could think, all he could do, was cry out to God. He pr...

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Vaccinations!

No one likes vaccinations! Or do they? When we talk about COVID many people are eager for the protection the vaccination affords. The Indian government has begun vaccinating the younger residents at the Mission. In this video, one of the lead Social Workers tells of the progress. ...

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Twin Treasures

  Shaku* and Tara’s* story began many years ago. Coming from a poor village, the girls’ father abandoned their mother when they were very young. Falling prey to depression, their mother suffered an emotional breakdown. In such a state, she could not manage the care nee...

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SmileAmazon

Amazon Smile! There are multiple ways to invest in Mukti Mission. You can invest time through prayer, donate online, send a check by mail, invest your resources of time and talents, and donate via a Text2Give phone number. All of these ways benefit the residents at the Mission and are ...

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Touched By His Grace

Girls’ voices bounced off the Honors’ Academy walls as they chatted about upcoming vacation time with relatives. If Mukti girls have relatives who can come for them, they may go with them for visits during vacation times. But Rita* remained silent. “My mother and grand...

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I'm Back

“Nisha*, will you come and keep me company while I work? It would be so nice to have a sweet little girl like you with me today,” I said as I attempted to soothe the sobbing child by my side. “And, look! Here’s a yummy cookie for you, too. But you’ll need t...

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The Land She Loved

When Elizabeth Couch came from England to Mukti in 1902, she only planned to be there for a few weeks, but she did not leave until the Lord called her home thirty years later.  Elizabeth was Carrie Couch’s sister. Elizabeth, referred to as Lizzie, was in charge of helping wi...

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