“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.” - 1 Peter 1:3 He has RISEN! Happy Easter from all of us at Harvest India!
The people of India are in dire need of your help. COVID-19 has left many unprepared, without food, and unable to leave their homes. Families are going hungry. This is a true state of emergency. Please view an urgent message from Suresh Kumar.
As we celebrate International National Women’s Day, we remember the accomplishments of women worldwide. At Harvest India, a day to celebrate women is especially important to us. Today we recognize Lalitha Kumar, founder and mother of Harvest India President Suresh Kumar. She worked tirelessly for opportunities for women.
Director of Partner Relations of Harvest India USA Kristy Smith just returned from India! We have the pleasure of sharing her experiences with you. Here is a message from Kristy.
Your community can help us provide hope to thousands in need throughout India. Every gift makes a difference, whether that gift is a donation or sharing our mission with family and friends!
Become a partner in freedom and empower women to live with hope and dignity! Ashraya means ”a place of hope and dignity,” and at Harvest India, Ashraya is a place where women formerly enslaved in prostitution find not only hope and dignity but love and healing.
In the past few weeks, President of Harvest India Suresh Kumar has been traveling around the west coast speaking in different communities about the work God is doing within and through Harvest India.
Leprosy affects over 200,000 people in India. Harvest India’s Leprosy Outreach seeks to alleviate suffering through a variety of services including meals, shelter and clothing donations.
Leprosy. What comes to mind when you see this word? An ancient disease? Separation and scorn for those with this sickness? With all the marvelous advances in medicine, it couldn’t possibly be affecting people today, could it?
Nilima’s story is so encouraging and compelling. She came to Harvest India as an orphaned young girl, facing a future filled with desperation. She has risen from our elementary schools and our jr. college, and is about to embark on a career path and a bright future as a nurse. She will serve others in the same spirit she has been served by her Harvest India family.
Bellamkonda is not a location many would recognize. This area is approximately two hours from Harvest India’s campus. Though it is relatively close in distance, it is worlds apart in culture.
This month, we highlight Harvest India’s excellent education ministries. Education is truly Harvest India’s shining star. And what a perfect time to bring you exciting news from Suresh and the Harvest India school superintendents.
Friends, this month, we highlight the community served through Harvest India’s Mercy Ministries. Mercy is one of our four pillars of hope: mercy, education, orphan care, and sharing the gospel. Mercy focuses on providing love and care to the most destitute of those in our communities. This includes the elderly, those of poor health, and our friends who are simply suffering day to day.
Friends, this month, we take time to honor our many Indian pastors and their families. I'm pleased to announce Harvest India's new Pastor Support Program, our latest advancement in supporting our pastor friends in India.
Friends, we are pleased to highlight our Orphan Care Ministry in the month of February. It is one of my favorite seasons because we get to share pictures and stories of our great Harvest India kids! Their smiling faces tell the story of hope and love we find in every one of our children’s homes around Southern India.
At KSK Girls’ Junior College in Bhattiprolu, Munni teaches her students science as part of their core curriculum. Take a step inside her classroom where she uses laughter to engage her students!
In India, people suffering from leprosy are viewed as outcasts and are forced out of society to remote places to live an ostracized life. But Jesus didn't view the leper as an outcast and neither do we.