Prayer Requests

ஐயா எனது பெயர் சசிதரன், மனைவி லலிதா நாங்கள் எங்களது சொந்த ஊராகிய நீலகிரி கூடலூரில் எங்கள் தாய் மொழியாகிய செட்டி மொழியில் வேதாகம மொழிபெயர்ப்பு ஊழியத்தையும், சிறிதளவிலான கிராம சபை ஊழியத்தையும் செய்து வருகிறோம். எங்களுக்கு 3 பிள்ளைகள் இருக்கிறார்கள்.
அதில் +2 கார்த்திக் (science) பிரசாந்த்(mathes bio) இருவரும் முடித்து கல்லுரிக்கு செல்ல இருக்கிறார்கள் அவர்களுக்கு நல்ல கல்லூரியில் இடம் கிடைக்க ஜெபிக்கும்படியாக தாழ்மையோடு கேட்டுக்கொள்கிறோம்.

Translation to English from Tamil:

I am Sasidharan and my wife is Lalitha. We are doing translation of the Bible into Chetti, our mother tongue in our hometown of Gudalur in Nilgiris and we are also doing a small village ministry. We have 3 children.
Among them Karthik is doing +2 (science) and Prasanth (mathes bio). After finishing school, they are going to go to college. We humbly request you to pray for them to get placed in a good college.

  • : Sasidharan.N
  • : Male
  • : Tamilnadu
  • : India
  • : Christian

Christian woman Asia Bibi may have finally safely exited Pakistan after years on death row after being falsely held on blasphemy charges, but the fight for justice is far from over.

Bibi’s very prison cell is now home to another impoverished Christian woman, and the same Lahore-based attorney, Saif-ul Malook, is representing both the woman and her Christian husband. The pair have been sentenced to death under a questionable conviction of insulting Islam.

“They did not get a fair trial. They are innocent.”
– Saif-ul Malook

Shafqat Emmanuel and Shagufta Kauser – who are still waiting for their appeal to be heard by the Lahore High Court (LHC) – were tried and put on death row in April 2014.

Shagufta Kauser is the second woman after Bibi to be ordered capital punishment.

Second Christian woman, Shagufta Kauser and her disabled husband, Shafqat Emmanuel fighting death row conviction for committing ‘blasphemy’ in Pakistan
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A group of Christians have been beaten and threatened with death as they gathered to pray in southern India.

Religious freedom charity Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) says believers at Praise the Lord Church in Tamil Nadu state were praying together last weekend when 6 men aged between 21 and 38 disrupted their meeting and threatened the church pastor.

The men who have been identified as part of the Nationalist group Hindu Munanni, assaulted members of the congregation after threatening to kill them if they continued to pray.

The hand of one churchgoer was fractured and an elderly woman sustained head injuries in the incident and Bibles from the church were also destroyed by the attackers.

The lead pastor of the church, Philip Rangasamy claims this is the second violent intrusion they have had from the Hindu extremist group in the past 3 months.

Christians beaten and threatened with death as they gathered to pray at Praise the Lord Church in Tamil Nadu state in southern India:
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