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In The Presence of the Poor

Strom, Kay Marshall



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Paperback. English. Authentic. 2009. In good condition.

Why does God make so many poor people? That is the question that Dr. Vijayam, PhD, recipient of India's highest national science award, kept asking as he grew up. He could not get over the suffering, despair and seeming hopelessness all around him in India. It eventually led him to embrace Marxist Communism as a hope for the poor. In this deeply moving account, you will be profoundly challenged through the life of one man who, after giving his life over to Christ, took his God-given talents with his training and experience and then got to work right where he was for such a time as this. Reaching across the deep cultural chasms of caste and class, Dr. Vijayam pioneered the idea of harnessing technology for the poor and using it in combination with cutting-edge micro-enterprise concepts. He and his wife worked to free those enslaved as bonded laborers. To fulfill his vision of seeing the Gospel spread to each of the 4,000 unreached people groups in India, Dr. Vijayam established a center dedicated to training men and women master trainers who in turn train grassroots workers in the most inhospitable of areas. So, what can one person do for the Kingdom of God in the face of seemingly insurmountable difficulties? Only change the world is all. CONTENTS Chapter 1: How It All Began Chapter 2: For Such a Time as This Chapter 3: A Better Way Chapter 4: If Not I, Then Who? Chapter 5: Transcending Divides Chapter 6: A Generation Changing Chapter 7: Full-Time for Christ Chapter 8: India for the Kingdom of God Chapter 9: The Power of One Multiplied Chapter 10: A Family Matter Chapter 11: East Meets West Chapter 12: The Time Is Now


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