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As many of you have heard, my friends at Compassion International will have halt their operations in India on March 15, 2017 and 140,000 plus children will be affected that were sponsored there. This is a sad scenario. I have may friends and neighbors who work for Compassion who are heart-broken over the situation.

In the video interview below, I interviewed Matt Storer, VisionTrust’s CEO/President on Facebook Live about:

  • the history of VisionTrust International’s work in India
  • how VisionTrust works with the local church in India
  • how U.S. based churches and individuals can work with VisionTrust in India
  • prayer for our friends at Compassion International as their operations will stop on March 15, 2017 and for the 140,000 plus children affected that were sponsored there

How God Continues to Use VisionTrust in India-Facebook Live Recording from VisionTrust on Vimeo.

Here are three ways for you and your church to get involved today. Just click on the links below to get more information:

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If you would like to know more about getting your church involved in India, consider having your pastor join our  Pastor’s Discovery Trip to India in September. Contact Mark Cornelison, our Director of Church Engagement by clicking on “JOIN A TEAM” for more information.

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