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GEMS Church at Nawgad in Bihar Faces Oppositions Continuously

The Nawgad GEMS church of Bhojpuri 1 Zone has been facing opposition for several years. Recently a believer was manhandled and the missionary was abused during the church service. The police also threatened the missionary.

132 people attended the deliverance meeting that was conducted at GEMS Church, Nawgad on 12th & 13thJuly 2017. The meeting was arranged by the missionary Bro. Shatrudhan. Bro. Cornelius (Zonal Superintendent, Bhojpuri 1 Zone), his wife Sis. Anita Minz, Area Leader Bro. Suresh and Sis. Ramavati participated and conducted the meeting.
Thirteen people were delivered by the Lord Jesus from demonic bondages. The joy of the Lord was very much visible in the church.

In the Sunday service on 16thJuly a man entered the church while worship was going on and he began to manhandle a believer. When the believers and the missionary Bro. Shatrudhan intervened, he used abusive and derogatory words against them. The missionary tried to gently take him outside the church, but again and again he was entering the church and disturbing. After an hour a policeman came to the church and blamed the missionary for the whole incident and threatened him.

A few months back Bro. Shatrudhan was detained at the police station and was falsely accused of forceful conversion and of antisocial activities. Meetings were disrupted and missionaries from this area were arrested in 2007 and 2013 (

Pray for all the people who attended the deliverance meeting at Nawgad to continue to live in deliverance and to grow in Christ and in His word. Pray for this GEMS church at Nawgad which is continuously facing oppositions. Pray for the missionary family and the believers to be strong in the Lord. Pray for the opposers to know the love of Jesus and to be saved.
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GEMS General Body Members Gather Together to Advance the Mission

The Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of GEMS was conducted at Sikaria, Bihar in which the GB members, Executive Committee and invitees participated. The Annual reports were presented and plans were discussed and the members prayed together.

The AGM 2017 was conducted at GEMS Campus, Sikaria from 29th June to 1st July 2017. The General Secretary Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar welcomed all the members and the invitees. He shared a quote from Bro. Ebe Sunder Raj’s writing on the two foundations on which church or mission needs to be founded – sound doctrine and sound management. He called the body to reverse the trend of collapsing of godly ministries.

Dr. Ashok introduced the AGM’s theme which was taken from Psalms 105:21,21 ‘Anointed & Authorized to Administer & to Advance’. Dr. Vijay Kanth (Founder, GIFT program) was invited as the guest speaker and he shared messages expounding on the theme. The messages helped everyone to introspect to align their life and ministry in Christ.

The General Secretary shared in the morning devotion from Haggai and exhorted everyone to set their priorities right and to be a prophetic voice. He also showed the necessity for the spiritual leader and administrative leader to serve hand-in-hand with unity. Bro. Freddy Joseph (Chennai) led in praise and worship.

The Chairman Bro. Ernest Ravi started the official AGM. A special AGM was also conducted to amend the constitution of GEMS to create a new position, Associate General Secretary. Bro. K. Gunasekaran (Director, Hi-CHAL) read the minutes of the last AGM. The AGM report booklet containing the reports of the General Secretary, Executive Director, Treasurer and from the offices of the Associate Directors was given the previous evening to the GB members.

Click to Download – AGM Report 2017

The change of leadership was announced and the newly selected leaders were prayed over – Dr. Ashok as the Associate General Secretary, Bro. T. Emerson as the Executive Director, Bro. Rakesh David as the Associate Director for Church Planting. The other following changes were also announced. New vehicles were given to Dr. Ashok and Dr. Rajesh Duthie.

Sis. Lois Sampath
Executive Committee Member
Bro. Mariadas
Deputy Director, Homes
Bro. Vincent Jeyaraj
Regional Director (RD), Western Region
Bro. Arjun Karmali
Interim RD, Southern Region
Bro. Peter Jeyaraj
Designated RD, Southern Region
Bro. Paul Abraham
RD,  Northwest Region
Bro. P.C Johnson
Zonal Superintendent, Sikaria Zone
Bro. Franklin
Asst. Zonal Leader, Sikaria Zone

The AGM was concluded with a note from the General Secretary and he exhorted from Philippians 2:19-22 to be like Timothys, people of proven character, who sincerely care & serve and not seek their own, but things which are of Christ Jesus.

Pray for all the GEMS leaders and for the newly selected and elevated leaders to receive God’s grace and anointing to advance the mission according to God’s plans and for His glory. Pray for every work that the Lord has purposed to do through GEMS in this upcoming fiscal year to fulfil His will.
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GEMS PROFIT Invites Professionals to the Global Conference

PROFIT(PROfessionals Fellowship of International Talents) invites all Christian professionals to the Global Conference which will be held at GEMS Campus, Bihar from 18th to 20thOctober 2017.

2017 marks the 10th anniversary of PROFIT and it is a joy to invite you, a Christian professional to the PROFIT Global Conference ‘Chosen for the High Calling’. PROFIT is an initiative of GEMS for Christian professionals to enable networking and equipping towards being a witness through their profession and at the workplace.

General Secretary of GEMS Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar invites you to the PROFIT Global Conference

Click to Register OnlinePROFIT Conference Online Registration

Prayfor the PROFIT Global Conference, the arrangements and the conference days; pray that it may create a momentum towards equipping and energizing the professionals to be transformers as individuals and as Christian professionals’ community. 
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Unity Special Issue of The CALL (GEMS English Magazine)

While on one hand we see nation against nation, community against community, family against family, man against man; on the other we see baseless arguments like that of Rajiv Malhotra (in his book ‘Breaking India’) that Christian work feeds and flourishes on the disunity within Indian communities. A lack of proper understanding of the Bible on unity is the reason.

Since there is no provision or possibility of uniting people without any differences and discrimination within any other framework and religious system, he attempts to degrade and dismantle the only Faith that can give equal rights to all people irrespective of their colour, language, geography. And the last book of the Bible shows us a glimpse of what it will be like when Christ returns and in His kingdom, “After this I looked, and there was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb…” (Revelation 7:9 NRSV).

The world’s pursuit of unity yields not much results because of its failure in not pursuing the Truth as C.S. Lewis aptly words it, “Seek Unity and you will find neither Unity nor Truth. Seek the light of truth, and you will find Unity and Truth”. The oxymoron phrase ‘Unity in Diversity’ makes sense and the meaningful and possible coexistence of unitas and varietas becomes achievable only when there is the pursuit of veritas (Truth). Devoid of Truth, the world’s sophomoric attempt at unity meets only with more disunity.  

In his article ‘To the Unity of the Faith’ the General Secretary compares the church, church leaders and ministers of the first century and present times and shows the dilution of truth in life and in proclamation. This is a clarion call to stand on the truth without compromising the Word.

The article from the Associate General Secretary’s Desk, ‘Clarity in Unity’ presents four foundational principles of Unity to help understand that unity is not uniformity rather a process of maturity.

Unity and Love as abstracts cannot be understood unless we come to the Personhood of the Trinity.  The more we learn and grow in the knowledge of our Triune God, the more we grow in unity. The Get Equipped article‘Trinity: Understanding the Three in One’ is biblically sound and encourages the reader to grow in unity and to practice godly love that exists within the Trinity.

Unity in essence needs to be experienced within a person (aligning oneself with God’s word), with people and in God’s purpose. The New Gen Thinking article ‘Walls: Build or Break?’ expounds on these and brings unity lessons from walls of historical significance. The ‘Let Us Beat Swords into Plowshares’ sculpture in the UN Art Collection and the inscriptions on the Isaiah Wall across the UN building, “they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more” (Isaiah 2:4b), is complete, meaningful and possible only when people walk in Truth, in God’s paths and when God shall judge among the nations (Isaiah 2:3,4a).

The Children’s Chronicles story ‘Raju’s Projects’ is a definite treat for children which shows how when small children come together they can make a big difference in someone’s life.

‘Till Death Do Us Part’ is an excellent article for married couples and for those preparing for marriage which points out to the importance of commitment and not compulsion to be the anchor of marriage life.

The Tentmaking article ‘Dichotomy in Calling: Unifying Skills & Spiritual Gifts to Serve’ removes the dichotomy of secular and sacred and helps the reader to understand work as a calling from God and to unify and use one’s skills, abilities, gifts for God’s glory and for His purpose. 

This year, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. “To gather with God's people in united adoration of the Father is as necessary to the Christian life as prayer” remarked Martin Luther. This is a stark reminder for the need of unity within the church community. We are called to build the kingdom of God and not our own kingdoms.

We need yet another reformation, that will bring unity with the clarity that we are not called to compete with each other but to complement our graces and gifts; not to fight on fundamental doctrines and yet not compromise on sound doctrines; not to become self and church-obsessed, but to be kingdom-minded.  

Unifying Reading,
Mariyosh Joseph
Chief Editor, The CALL

Click to Read Online – Unity Special_The CALL (Online Reading)
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Pray for GEMS Missionary Dayanand Who Met With Road Accident

Zonal Superintendent of GEMS Magahi 1 Zone (Bihar) Bro. Dayanand Singh met with a road accident on 9th July 2017 and has fractured his right hand.

Bro. Dayanand was travelling in his motorbike along with his son from Jehanabad to Magahi 1 field Ekangarsarai to conduct worship service on Sunday, 9th of July. When he was at Bandhuganj which is 14 kms away from Jehanabad the road was blocked by a dog on one side and an oncoming bus on the other. He lost balance, the bike skid and he and his son fell. Bro. Dayanand was injured in his leg & shoulder and suffered fracture to his right hand and his son was also injured. Pray for his healing and recovery. 
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New GEMS School Started at Darbhanga of North Bihar

GEMS English School at Darbhanga was opened with prayer; admissions and the remaining constructions are going on.

GEMS English School at Darbhanga was prayed and started by the General Secretary Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar along with the GEMS General Body members on 5th July 2017.

The opening prayer was done by Bro. K. Gunsekaran (Director, Hi-CHAL). In this address the General Secretary shared on the present condition of the society which is influenced by darkness and the need of the light of Truth to shine. He shared on the need of a school and of committed people who fear God. Associate General Secretary Dr. Ashok Kumar and Executive Director Bro. Emerson prayed for the Administrator Bro. Deva and the Principal Sis. Princess Deva.
The program came to a close with prayer by Bro. Ananda Kumar (Associate Director, GEMS Educational Ministries).

Prayfor the remaining construction of the school and staff quarters which is going on. After which the hostel construction will begin.

OUR People Project will be started here from October 2017 for the children of the Musahars (who are traditionally rat eaters). This project will benefit 60 children who will be provided education. Pray also for this project.

Pray for the GEMS English School and the planned OUR People Project at Darbhanga to be a beacon of light and truth of the gospel. Pray that these may touch and transform the lives of thousands in and around this place. Pray for the management and staff and the ongoing construction and establishment works. 
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GEMS Action Centre Inaugurated at Bhabua of Bihar

The GEMS Action Centre (GAC) building was inaugurated at Bhabua, the headquarters of the GEMS Western Region. God’s work at Bhabua through GEMS began 44 years ago. 

The GAC building at Bhabua in the Kaimur District, Bihar was inaugurated on 2nd July 2017 for the glory of God. The inaugural ceremony was attended by the believers of GEMS church, Bhabua, GEMS missionaries and leaders and members of the General Body & Executive Committee. GEMS West region comprises the zones of Bhojpuri 1, Bhojpuri 2 and PEACE 2.

The General Secretary Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar led the opening ceremony and it began with prayer by the Associate Gen. Secy. Dr. Ashok Kumar and Executive Director Bro. T. Emerson. Bro. S.R. Cornelius (Zonal Superintendent, Bhojpuri 1 Zone) anchored the program and Bro. Vincent Jeyaraj (Regional Director, West Region) welcomed everyone. Missionaries of B1 zone led in praise and worship.

The Chairman Bro. Ernest Ravi, Treasurer Bro. Chandran and Associate Gen. Secy. Inaugurated the rooms.

Girls from the Bhabua church and students of GEMS English School, Bhabua presented choreographies. The DTC Sasaram candidates were prayed over and certificates were handed by Sis. Rupalekha Jebakumar. The General Secretary in his message emphasized on sacrifice which has been the foundation for the work at Bhabua. This inauguration was an opportunity for the believers and missionaries to rededicate their lives to Christ. The program came to a close with prayer by Bro. V. Mariadas (Director, GEMS Homes).

Excerpts from Bro. Augustine Jebakumar’s memoir ‘No One Else’.
One afternoon, in the month of September, 1973, when I was praying in my room, I heard a voice saying, “Go to Bhabua, I will build My church there.” I made enquiries and learnt that it was a small town 85 km away from Dehri-On-Sone and that only one bus plied along that route…
I conveyed my prayer partners in Tamil Nadu what the Lord had promised me and that I was going to conduct a crusade there by the end of January, though I had not yet seen the place! By faith, I clung to God’s word…
It was the first time in the history of the town that a Christian meeting was being organized. The very first day saw more than 500 people, all from other faiths, in attendance. The Spirit of God brought the people just as He had brought the animals and the birds into Noah’s Ark…
The birth of a church in Bhabua had thus began on a promising note and continued to grow in leaps and bounds, baptizing new believers. They were on fire, preaching the Gospel and leading many to Christ. Many college students heard the Gospel and a few, touched by Christ’s love, committed their lives to Him…

Pray for the GEMS Action Centre at Bhabua and the work through the Western Region. Pray that God’s plans for this part of Bihar may be fulfilled through this action centre. Pray for all the leaders, missionaries and believers of this region. 
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Admissions Open for Girls in GEMS School of Nursing

GEMS School of Nursing offers Auxiliary Nurse Midwife(ANM) course with a duration of two years. Admissions will be open only until 30th September 2017.

GEMS offers an opportunity to be trained as a competent, qualified health worker by pursuing an Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) training programme with the duration of 2 academic years. GEMS School of Nursing is registered and recognized by Bihar Registration Council (BNRC) and Indian Nursing Council (INC).

·       Prospectus and application form can be received in person by paying Rs.200/- and by post for Rs.250/- (payable through M.O. only)
·       Last date of submission of filled in application is 30thSeptember 2017 by 5.00 PM.
·       Minimum required qualification is 12th std.
·       Student will have to qualify through written exam and personal interview.
·       Candidate should be completing 17 years of age on or before December 31st 2017. 

For details and enquiries Contact:
The Principal
GEMS School of Nursing
Sikaria, Indrapuri Post,
District Rohtas, Bihar 821308
Phone: 06184-234051

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Pray for the admission process of GEMS School of Nursing and this new academic year. Pray for the staff and management as they toil to train the students to become service-minded nurses, that their efforts may bring great gain to God’s kingdom and in the society.

Admissions Open for Courses in GEMS Technical Institutions in Bihar -
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Atma Darshan (GEMS Hindi Magazine) June to July 2017 Issue

The June to July 2017 Issue of the GEMS Hindi magazine, Atma Darshan is released and can be read online & downloaded.

Click to read the letter from the General Secretary of GEMS Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar and other articles. 

Share with your Hindi friends, family and fellowship!
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GEMS Satham (Tamil Magazine) July 2017 Issue

July 2017 Issue of the Tamil magazine, GEMS Satham is released and can be read online and downloaded.

Click to read the ‘Anbin Madal’ of the General Secretary of GEMS Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar and the prayer matters from the fields.
Click to Download – GEMS Satham_July 2017 (Download)

Click to Read Online – GEMS Satham_July 2017 (Online)

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GEMS Coaching Class Inaugurated in Maharashtra Village to Reach Students

GEMS Maharashtra inaugurated a coaching class at Kheravde village to help the children with their academic subjects and to know the Saviour.

The inauguration of the GEMS Coaching class at Kheravde village was held on 23rd June 2017. Bro. Sanjay Panhalkar (Zonal Superintendent, Maharashtra) and Bro. Amit Powar conducted the opening ceremony.

The village head (Sarpanch) and other respectable people of the community attended the function along with the students and parents. Bro. Hemant Aithawdakar serves as GEMS missionary at this place.

Pray for this coaching class at Kheravde village that it may enable the children to study well and to excel in their academics. Pray also that they may know and grow in Christ and His word.

By the grace of God, the GEMS Training cum Retreat centre has also been completed at Maharashtra. Pray for all the training and retreats conducted at this centre to build and develop people in and for Christ. 

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Play School Started to Reach Out to Kids and Parents in Maharashtra

GEMS Play School was started and inaugurated at Sangrul field of Maharashtra zone. This will help the missionaries to engage with the children and their parents with the good news.

GEMS Maharashtra started the GEMS Play School at Sangrul field, Kolhapur. It was inaugurated on 16th June 2017. Bro. Dilip the missionary at Sangrul and his wife Sis. Savitha will run the play school in the church campus.

In the opening ceremony Bro. Sanjay Panhalkar (Zonal Superintendent, Maharashtra), Bro. Meghnath Powar (Dean, Maharashtra Training Centre) MLA Mr. Narke and police officials were present.

Pray for this new initiative at Maharashtra that it may enable the Sangrul church to reach out to the children and parents and for them to eventually come to Christ. Pray for the missionary family to receive the needed skills, wisdom and anointing to conduct this play school.
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Yudha Dvani (GEMS Kannada Magazine) June 2017 Issue

The June 2017 Issue of the GEMS Kannada magazine, Yudha Dvani is released and can be read online and downloaded. 

Read the message from the General Secretary of GEMS, Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar in Yudha Dvani.

Click to Download – Yudha Dvani_June 2017 (Download)

Click to Read Online – Yudha Dvani_June 2017 (Online)

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GEMS VVP Training Equips Believers of North West Region

GEMS Training wing conducted the VVP (Voluntary Village / Vicinity Pastors) training for the believers of GEMS North West Region. 28 people participated and were trained in biblical and ministerial subjects.

The VVP training for the GEMS North West Region volunteers was conducted at GEMS church, Chapra from 6th to 10thJune 2017.

This course has been designed to provide overall Bible knowledge in terms of understanding God and salvation, baptism of the Holy spirit, evangelism, call & commitment, sanctification, Church, Christian family life, etc.  Bro. Christopher Murugan, Bro. Chandrika and Bro. Ravi Raj taught these subjects. The participants not only gained knowledge but were inspired, challenged and committed to serve God with all their resources.

Pray for all the participants of the VVP training of GEMS North West Region to become effective in sharing the gospel to others, in establishing churches and in transforming their places wholesomely. Pray for the VVP training conducted in all regions and zones of GEMS to develop the necessary voluntary pastors.
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Bro Augustine Jebakumar Meetings in London this June 2017

The General Secretary of GEMS Bro. D. Augustine Jebakumar will minister God’s word in London from 16th to 18th June2017.

Click to watch & share the montage –

 Pray! Propagate!! Participate!!!
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GEMS Believers of Bihar Built in Biblical Truths to Effectively Testify Christ

GEMS Training department conducted the T1 training for believers of GEMS churches of Magahi 1 and PEACE 2 Zones through which 255 believers learnt Scriptural truths.

Magahi 1 Training
T1 training was conducted for the believers of GEMS church at Arwal from 5th to 8th June 2017 in which 130 people participated.

The believers were taught on Salvation, the Church, Gifts of the Holy Spirit and Soul Winning by Training Department staff Bro. Chandrika, Bro. Rajkumar, Bro. Heera Singh and Bro. Sunil Kumar.

PEACE 2 Training
The T1 training for believers was conducted at GEMS church, Shahpur from 22nd to 25th May 2017 and 125 people participated.

The subjects were taught by Bro. Christopher, Bro. Rajkumar and Bro. Chandrika.

The T1 training program has been a great source of blessing for the believers to know God with a deeper knowledge of His word.  Knowing the will of God for their life, they have recommitted themselves to serve God in their own capacity with the help of the Holy Spirit. Greatly moved for the lost souls, the participants made a decision to pray for their family members and neighbours who do not know Christ and to bring them to the Lord.

Pray for the participants of T1 training at Arwal and Shahpur to diligently read and follow the Bible and to grow in the truth and faith. Pray that through their testimonial life and words they may be able to bring their relatives and villages to Christ; that their communities may be transformed by the gospel. 
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Pray for GEMS Missionary Kid Down with Dengue

Samraj s/o GEMS missionary Bro. Rajadurai is diagnosed with Dengue and is admitted at Kiruba Hospital in Salem, Tamil Nadu for treatment. His blood count is low.

Pray for his healing and recovery.
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Children Learn Jesus as the Fountain of Life thru GEMS VBS in Bihar

GEMS conducted VBS at DAT field Motihari and at DCC Nimmiyadi and Baluwadi through which more than 1500 children learnt Jesus.

The VBS at DAT (District Advancement Team) field Motihari was conducted from 17th to 20th May 2017 in which 60 children participated.

VBS Director was Bro. Sri Bhagawan of GEMS children wing and Bro. Ebenezer (DAT Leader, Motihari) and his wife Sis. Merlin Ebenezer coordinated and conducted the VBS.

The Baluwadi VBS was conducted from 14thto 19th May 2017. Bro. Stephen Sankar (SRD Coordinator) and his wife Sis. Packiyarani (Principal, GSON) facilitated and conducted.

VBS for the DCC Nimmiyadi school children was conducted from 8th to 13th May in which 1200 students participated. Bro. Sachin coordinated and conducted.

Pray for all the children who attended the VBS at Motihari, Baluwadi and Nimmiyadi to grow in Christ. Pray that they may reflect the learning in their life and it may bring their parents and neighbourhood to Christ.
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Students Learn Scriptures During Summer Vacation at GEMS Maharashtra

Twenty young people spent their summer vacation at the GEMS training centre in Maharashtra and learnt the Bible and Scriptural truths for Christian living.

The Summer Vacation batch of the GEMS Training Centre at Lavhala, Maharashtra was conducted in April-May 2017. Twelve boys and eight girls enrolled in this batch and studied Scriptural lessons and foundational truths of the Bible and Christian living.

Their felicitation ceremony was held on 14thMay 2017 during the Maharashtra Revival meetings conducted by GEMS at Kolhapur. On 28th May, nine of these students covenanted with the Lord obeying the Scriptures.

Bro. Meghnath Powar (Maharashtra Training Coordinator) along with GEMS Maharashtra team conducted this summer vacation discipleship program.

Pray for all the students who participated in the summer discipleship program at Maharashtra. Pray that they may continue to grow in the knowledge of God’s word and may follow the Scriptures diligently and to be witnesses. Pray for GEMS Maharashtra zone and for this training centre to disciple many in Christ.  
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Programs for GEMS Students of Dudhi Help Build their Life Wholesomely

GEMS English School at Dudhi conducted the Old Students meet and Personality Development program for the current students. Hundreds of students were benefitted.

Old Students Meet
The old students meet for the students who studied at GEMS English School, Dudhi was conducted on 2nd & 3rdMay 2017. Nearly 107 students attended the program. The theme for this year was ‘Say No to bad Habits’. The song ‘I am special, loved…’ was taught again and two new songs ‘My God is so big’ and ‘The world is searching’ were taught with action. Mrs. Rajeswari and team co-ordinated the singing session.

A number of quotes related to the theme was stuck in various places for the students to read. Mr. Nehemiah and Mr. Joshua entertained the students through games.

Career counselling was given to students on both days by Mrs. Maranatha Grace. Importance was given to the career options related to commerce stream and to pursue law course. A power point presentation on how habits are formed was shared by Miss Vinoliya. A few video clippings related to various bad habits were shown to warn them of the dangers ahead. The Principal Mrs. Priscilla then shared the way to keep oneself pure and away from every trap of the evil world.

Personality Development Program
Personality Development Program was conducted from 8th to 11th May 2017 for the students from L.K.G to STD VIII. Each day had a different theme - Health is wealth, Keep the blue planet green, Say No to bad habits and Honesty is the best Policy. Bro. Nandu Kumar from the GEMS Children Wing helped in the common session.

Mrs. Maranatha Grace told the life story of Mr. William Booth to the senior students (Std VI to VIII). Each day videos were shown to the students to motivate them on good health, cleanliness, good habits and honesty.

Colouring Activity was given related to each day’s theme. They were also taught some creative craft work. Mrs. Malini and her team imparted moral values to students in the class room. Games were conducted every day and the students brought saplings and planted them in the school campus and they were motivated on the necessity of planting of trees.

Pray for all the students who participated in the various meetings conducted at GEMS English School, Dudhi. Pray that they may reflect the learning in their life. Pray for all the students to grow in moral values and practice good habits. Pray for the school, the staff and the management to transform the students and the society through good education and the gospel. 
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