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Monday, May 11, 2020

Your Incredible Impact l Kerusomen Covid 19 Food Relief



Wow! We are so grateful for each and every one of you who prayed, gave, and helped spread the word about our Covid 19 Food Relief ministry. Take a peek a just at few of the hundreds of lives you blessed in just the first 2 weeks. Thank you for spreading hope and saving lives.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Outcast Women in India Get Lockdown Relief l Kerusomen Gospel Ministries

Eleven Women are No Longer Forgotten - Because of YOU



Ten widows in the state of  Manipur had worked for decades selling vegetables at the Ima Keithel Market (translated Mother's or Matriarch Market). The market is 500 years old and, with 5,000 vendors, it is believed to be the largest all-women market in Asia and possibly the world. When the Covid 19 lockdown was imposed, these elderly women abruptly found themselves without a source of income. And without food. Like most day laborers, they earned just enough to eat each day.

Covid 19 Lockdown Miracles l Kerusomen Gospel Ministries


While the virus has taken hold around the globe, we want you to know that the work you are a part of in India is as strong as ever. Almost daily we are receiving reports about how God is working in more hearts than ever before. As people are experiencing hopelessness, our KGM pastors have a greater urgency and opportunity to share the hope we have in Christ Jesus.

Like a page out of the Book of Acts, entire families are hearing, believing and being saved. We've compiled some of  God's amazing grace stories they've shared so you can rejoice with us...


National Day of Prayer



Praying with you and for you on this National Day of Prayer. God Bless You.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Ready for Some GOOD News? l Kerusomen Gospel Ministries


Your quick response is already delivering vital help to the hungry in India. Miraculously, it took HALF THE TIME the bank estimated to complete the transfer of your gifts to India! That means relief food deliveries by our church pastors will resume without delay.

As you know, the situation for the next three weeks of the lockdown remains dire. We are grateful for your continued prayers for adequate provision to see our churches though this critical period. Thank you also for continuing to spread the word and share Kathlein's video so we can continue to deliver these lifesaving food kits until the lockdown is lifted. 

Your unwavering generosity and passionate love for those less fortunate encourages and inspires us - always. But it is especially humbling now because we know you are suffering, too. We are praying for you daily.

Tom Caprio & the Kerusomen Board

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

A Heart for the Helpless in India l Kerusomen Gospel Ministries

Kathlein Ambridge, a volunteer board member and long-time Kerusomen partner, jumped into action and created this video to alert you to the tragic and dangerous realities on the ground in India caused by the coronavirus lockdown. In it, she also explains how God has provided us with a way to help them.




The coronavirus has affected us all. We are isolated socially. Some of us have reduced income. Many have no income at all. We see people separated and in masks, long lines, and empty store shelves. We here at Kerusomen are continually praying for you and your family that hopefully, recovery will begin soon.

As we watch the news and anticipate a lifting of restrictions, our church family and the communities they serve in India have suffered a devastating setback:  the government has extended their lockdown for 3 more weeks, at least.

Now it’s difficult to know which is the greater threat to life in India: The virus or starvation.  

When the initial lockdown happened on March 24, families were given just four hours to prepare. Over a billion people scrambled to their homes before transportation was shut down. Day laborers, who work today for tomorrow’s food, were unable to stock their kitchens for the three week siege. By day two of the lockdown, they had no money to replenish their food.  Pastor Saha said on a recent zoom call that 99% of KGM believers are day laborers.

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