STORIES

ताजा आशा (FRESH HOPE) LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

One of the key initiatives for Project ताजा आशा  is the development of Human-Centric resilience. With the foundation in Servant Leadership, this initiative would be achieved through the training of community leaders in affected areas to establish local capacity and ownership of community disaster preparedness. Since August 2016, numerous training workshops in various regions have been held with Nepalese and Singaporean combined teams co-facilitating the training of local community leaders. Many have stated that they

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ताजा आशा (FRESH HOPE) POST-EARTHQUAKE RECONSTRUCTION

The 2015 mega-earthquakes of Nepal had devastated and destroyed many churches under the Deanery’s care, leaving many in need of rebuilding. Following numerous relief missions by ACROSS, the Deanery embarked on Project ताजा आशा to enable Fresh Hope for Anglican communities by: Strengthening resilience and hope in the Lord Enhancing physical and psychological security Increasing self-help capacity and ownership of their futures These outcomes hope to be achieved through Two Key Initiatives: Human-Centric resilience: Leadership

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HOPELESSNESS TO HOPE, PEACE AND JOY

Life was hopeless when both his parents passed away when he was six years old, leaving Tit Hieng with his three brothers and two sisters. Having gone through near death experiences through sickness, starvation and war, he survived. As he grew up, Tit Hieng became a policeman and bodyguard, he used to smoke, drink and gamble, committed many sins against God. Even though he tried to stop his bad habits, he failed, because he was

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GIVE AS GOD GAVE

Coming from a broken family and abandoned by his mother when he was 11, Revd Daniel stumbled and fumbled through his years of youth. He had to drop out of school and without any sustainable form of income, he thought he had lost all hope. It was then that God entered his life and things began to take an upward turn. Daniel was invited to attend bible school by Pastor Anton. This meant he had

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SALVATION IS FOR ALL

Coming from a family of Buddhists, Chan Phy followed suit, he worked hard to earn merits, believing that he will have a good life in accordance to his good conduct. However, he found that he could not love others truly and had hatred, anger, vindictiveness towards people he did not like. He was a stubborn and selfish person. Things changed when he accepted his brother’s invitation to church one day, where he heard the gospel

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ACCEPTED AND LOVED

Try Vanthen was 20 when he applied for the industrial skill course, run by Project Khmer H.O.P.E (PKH). He was worried that he would not beaccepted because of his right eye that was crossed. While on the waiting list, he was fearful that he would not be accepted, and he went on to find other jobs. He was finally accepted into the program, where he spent nine months learning English and picked up skills that would equip him

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