WILLS POINT, TX – Gospel for Asia (GFA) –Discussing the lives of Dhumal, his mute son, Japa, and their experiences of loss, grief, distraught, and ultimately hope in God through Whom all things are possible.
Clapping, stomping and cheerful singing filled the Sunday school room. Children in brightly colored clothes moved together as Sunday school teachers led them in the motions to their favorite praise songs. Little Japa, only 5 years old, clapped and danced with the other children. But when the songs ended, it became clear again that something was wrong with Japa. When Japa first started attending Sunday school, he sat quietly during the lessons. In fact, he was always quiet, except during the songs—Japa’s favorite part of the class. It didn’t take long before his teachers realized that Japa was mute.
Women’s Fellowship Speaks Hope to Father, Mute Son
After learning about Japa’s condition, theWomen’s Fellowship reached outto the little boy. Tenderness filled their hearts, and they discussed how to help him. They visited his home and found out that Japa lost his mother when he was only 1 year old. Japa’s grieving father, Dhumal, did not know how to help his little boy who was mute from birth.
The Women’s Fellowship diligently fasted and prayed for Japa’s healing. At the same time, they visited the little boy and his father, encouraging them from God’s Word…
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