Women and Water

March 7th, 2019 by | | Posted in Field Updates

Recently I shared some raw statistics about the scarcity of water in India, and the toll it takes on health, particularly in rural areas. Today, I want to point your attention to the population who are literally carrying the burden of the water crisis on their backs. While climate change and mismanagement of water resources…

    Water and Health

    February 26th, 2019 by | | Posted in Field Updates

    I don’t know about you, but my mornings usually go something like this: wake up, hop in the shower, brush teeth, get dressed, make coffee, drink coffee, love the coffee, have some quiet time, load the dishwasher, head to work. All of this happens quickly, routinely, and certainly without consideration for either where my water…

      Child Care Update

      November 12th, 2018 by | | Posted in Love One More

      House Parents Training Every year Love One More (L1M) conducts training for the house parents. The house parents from all L1M Children’s Homes gather for a time of learning, sharing and prayer. This year, over 27 house parents from different parts of India gathered to learn and remind themselves of L1M’s vision for their roles and responsibilities. Every day they…

        This fall, join our Hudson, Ohio staff in welcoming our new Manager of Finance and Administration, Scott Pfeiffer!  After 11 years of serving IGL NA faithfully, Ellen Mabee has decided to leave her position as manager for a new life adventure. While the office staff is sad to see Mabee go, we are also excited…

          Over the course of the last eleven years, Ellen Mabee served IGL-NA, initially as the Administrative Assistant and eventually as the Manager of Finance and Office. As manager, Mabee spent her time giving direction to much of the U.S.-side vision-casting and accounting for the ministry. Recently, she made the decision to allow a new generation…

            Conferences change lives

            October 12th, 2018 by | | Posted in Field Updates

            Have you ever been to a conference or heard a sermon that changed your life? Thankfully, for those living in the U.S. there are an abundance of sermons and conferences to choose from. (For many, the question we wrestle with is which conference not to attend.) But for our brothers and sisters living in South…

              In August, the southwestern state of Kerala was hit by heavy monsoons leaving more than 450 dead and more than a million displaced. The extreme flooding across the state left the economy in shambles with more than $2.3 billion in estimated damages. Sadly, some of our brothers and sisters in Christ are counted among those…

                From My Heart

                October 11th, 2018 by | 1 Comment | Posted in Field Updates

                The sociopolitical conditions under which the churches were growing in Rome seems to be very similar to those in which the present indigenous church is growing in India. Just as in the Roman Church, the Church in India is suppressed by persecution and surrounded by spiritual darkness and striving to rid itself of unchristian cultural…

                  Our Safe Spaces for Children campaign has touched so many lives, bringing hope and light to darkness. Education and awareness of the dangers affecting vulnerable children in rural India has prevented a large number of abuse and child marriage cases. We are so grateful to God for leading and directing our campaign so that many…

                    Since August 8, Kerala, a southern state in India, has been hit by the worst flooding in a century. Leaving more than 350 dead and 800,000 people displaced, the monsoon rain has devastated the region. In its wake, the monsoon left an estimated $2.3 billion dollars in damages. Sadly, some of our brothers and sisters in Christ are counted among those…