WILLS POINT, TX – Discover Nandak’s remarkable journey from darkness to light, as he finds hope, healing, and transformation through the power of God’s Word.
The proprietor of a successful business, Nandak gave all the credit to his gods. There used to be little hope in Nandak’s life: his father had died when he was in the 10th grade, leaving Nandak’s mother alone to provide for her two sons.
Nandak dropped out of school and took upon himself the burden of providing for his mother and younger brother.
He got married and started a business selling furniture. This venture brought in enough money to meet all of the family’s needs. Attributing the success to their gods and goddesses, Nandak and his family worshiped them faithfully.
However, Nandak began spiraling down into a dark pit. He started spending time drinking with his friends. As this destructive habit grew worse, both Nandak’s wife and his mother pleaded with him to stop, but their words fell on deaf ears.
It was during this time that Prabhat, a Gospel for Asia-supported pastor, began taking a team of believers to share the Good News among unreached villages in the area. When Pastor Prabhat stopped by Nandak’s house, the young man wasn’t home. So Prabhat left aNew Testamentwith Nandak’s wife and mother. When Nandak came home that evening, he noticed the Bible on the table. Not knowing what the book was about, however, he didn’t read it.
Help a national missionary share the story of our Savior with Gospel literature to pass out in his village. Literature is treasured in Asia, so a packet of Gospel literature is a gift that you can be sure will be passed on and read by others.
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