Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Kerusomen's Gospel Ministries India Pastors Program

Kerusomen's Pastors Program in India is Growing...Fast. 

Kerusomen is committed to partnering with indigenous Christian Ministers in their countries of origin by assisting them to make disciples while serving the helpless, poor, and needy in their communities.

God is blessing this commitment...
above and beyond anything we could imagine.
For example, in 2015 in the state of Punjab, India, two new churches were planted...

Kerusomen Gospel Ministries Helps American Widows

Kerusomen Partners with Friends Needing Friends...Bringing New Hope to American Widows

Did you know?..

There are over 14 million widows in the United States today. That is an average of 40 widows for every church in the United States (AARP).

Over 700,000 women are widowed each year. (U.S. Bureau of the Census)  Thom S. Rainer, Founder and CEO of Church Answers and previous president and CEO of Lifeway Christian Resources, describes the situation this way:  “Upon the death of a spouse, a widow loses 75% of her support base...

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Kerusomen Gospel Ministries New Partnership Provides Lunches to Haitian School Children

Lunches for Less: $1 Feeds 10 Children 


There is a severe lack of food for the people living in the Northwest region of Haiti. The area is desert-like because of the lack of rain plus the lava-like ground condition makes it almost impossible to grow anything. Most people have only enough food to eat one meal each day....

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Kerusomen Gospel Ministries India Widows Initiative

The Plight of Widows: 

Cries and Suffering that are Often Ignored

James, the brother of Jesus wrote, "This is pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father, to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world". (James 1:27)

Unfortunately today, two thousand years later, widowhood has become a "social death" for women in many developing countries (especially in India and Africa).  In these areas unmarried women are "owned" and controlled by their fathers, married women belong to their husbands, but widows fall into limbo, become outcasts and no longer have any protector.  

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