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Introducing Pastor Steven from Rwanda:

Pastor Steven

Pastor Steven Turikunkiko has set up a community in Rwanda for victims of the genocide. 160 widows & teenagers & 80 younger children live with him; farming, sharing their lives and caring for those dying from AIDS. The community subsists on less than $1 per person per day.

At enormous personal sacrifice, Pastor Steven and his wife have also adopted 20 orphans - who live with them and their 2 other children.

For more information on Steven and this incredible community of hope, click here

 

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There is an increasing trend in India for young people to worship online.

India is a deeply spiritual country, with millions of Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Sikhs and Christians practising their faith every day. However, as in most other parts of the world, young people are expressing frustration with traditional formats of worship and are seeking new alternatives.

Because India is at the heart of an IT and economic revolution, many young business men and women are finding life too fast-paced to fit in visits to their temple, church or mosque. So online worship is providing a convenient alternative...

Hindu worshipper, Mahesh Mohanan, set up saranam.com in 1999 as a website to sell religious services and artefacts. People can pay online and a priest will perform a ceremony for them.

But it's not just Hindus who are using the internet so successfully. Christians are recognising the importance of the IT revolution too. Churches in Madras and elsewhere are using the internet for teaching and pastoral care amongst their ever-growing congregations.