Another long day of peddling vegetables came and went for Sadru. He had been doing his best to support his family—a wife and two young children—with his vegetable selling, but it just wasn’t cutting it. His heart was burdened with the knowledge that, in spite of all the wonderful schools nearby, he could not afford to enroll his 12-year-old daughter, Kali, in any of them. It saddened him to see her held back. Kali was smart and loved school, but Sadru couldn’t afford the supplies she needed to excel, no matter how many bitter melons and gourds he sold.
Hearing About Hope
When Sadru and his wife, Talika, learned about the new Gospel for Asia (GFA) Bridge of Hope center in their village, they grew excited and quickly enrolled Kali.
Sadru was particularly thankful for the center. He struggled to feed his family, and now Kali received a nutritious meal every day. The things he couldn’t afford to give his daughter to help her in school—and in life—were freely given to her from Bridge of Hope. As well as schooling, she received personal care items and routine medical checkups that would help keep her healthy.
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