During such troubled times it is always good to find things to thank Jesus for.
Manjita a RGI student is stranded in Nagpur. She lives in a different state and there is NO crossing of state lines during the pandemic. Here is a report from Nupi on her status.
“Manjita was born in a small village in the state of Madhya Pradesh. She was admitted in an orphanage after her parents died at the age of 5. She grew up in this orphanage.
They took care of her and her studies. Manjita could not pass her 10th standard (like graduating from High School) even after many attempts. Finally, her orphanage has sent Manjita to RGI to learn tailoring and fashion designing skills so she could be self-reliant.
When all girls were going home due to lockdown Manjita could not travel back to her orphanage as the borders between the states were closed. Joy, our General director took her to his house. Joy and his wife Meenu, are house parents for a small orphanage.
Now she is able to attend her online classes daily and takes a lot of interest in completing her assignments given by her RGI teacher. Manjita says, ‘Before this I knew about God the father but did not believe in Him so much, but as my life started changing with my Starting Point studies I started knowing Him even more and more. I learned in RGI that “To obey is better than sacrifice.”
Manjita always participated in the skits and dances the girls love to do.”
We feel so blessed to be able to meet the needs of our students. Love the servant hearts of Joy and Meenu.