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Staff Prayer Fellowship Causes Spiritual Awakening in GEMS Polytechnic College

GEMS Polytechnic College conducted staff payer fellowship to help the staff build their life and career on a strong spiritual foundation before entering into a new academic year.

Staff prayer fellowship was conducted at GEMS Polytechnic College, Aurangabad on 14th August 2017. Bro. C. Suresh (Regional Director, GEMS Central Region) was the Guest lecturer of the meeting. The Event was presided over by Bro. Ashish Daniel (Director, GEMS Polytechnic College). Mr. Robin, Lecturer at the Polytechnic College anchored the program while all the staff members attended the meeting.

The meeting commenced with worship rendered to the God Almighty by a group of Staff members led by Miss. R. Sathya, Lecturer at GEMS Polytechnic College. Following that Mr. Ashish Daniel thanked the resource person Mr. Suresh for his gracious presence and welcomed him.

Bro. Suresh gave a very touching and simple sermon with a significant verse “And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the Pioneer and the Perfecter of faith Hebrew 12:1-2”. In his sermon, he invited the staff members to fix their eyes only on Lord Jesus Christ and not on any worldly things. He encouraged them to explore and run the race which is marked out for them. He concluded the sermon by sharing his testimony and he also wished them well to run their race with perseverance.  

Pray for all the staff of GEMS Polytechnic College who attended the staff prayer fellowship that they may continue to serve without any distraction by standing firm on the foundation of God’s word and His call. Pray that their consecrated life may touch and impact the lives of the students. 
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Retreat Encourages Staff of GEMS Children Wing to Build Model Families

Staff family retreat was conducted for the missionaries of GEMS Children Wing. The meeting taught the participants biblical principles to build godly families.

The Staff family retreat was conducted at Bansari in Jharkhand for the missionary families and Bible men of Children Department. The retreat was conducted from 12th to 14th August in the theme “Model Family”.  

The retreat started with opening prayer by Bro. Saravanan (Asst. Zonal Superintendent, P2). The message on the theme was shared by Bro. Benjamin (Regional Director, Northern Region). He spoke on the following topics
·       God and our family
·       How to build relationship with your spouse and children?
·       Barriers in building a model family
·       How to build the kingdom of God as a family?

In the early morning devotion, worship was conducted by Bro. Ashok Pal and Bro. Dharmendhar and the message was shared by bro. Yenarsingh (Children Department Coordinator). He shared the Word based on the life of Joseph, David and Joshua. He shared on how God exalts His people who seek Him and His presence. In the evening games were conducted for both the adults and the children.

Group discussions were also conducted for the men and the women separately. Bro. Benjamin and Sis. Shajila led the sessions. Ways to balance family and ministry and its practical difficulties were discussed in the group discussion. It was very useful for the missionaries and their wives. By the end of the retreat all the missionaries committed themselves to build the Kingdom of God as a family and to lead a Model family.

Pray for all the missionaries and Bible Men of GEMS children wing that they may emulate the learned principles in and through their families setting an example to others. Pray for the ministry among children to continue to touch & transform children and their families through the gospel. 
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Floods Affect Peoples and Properties in GEMS Fields in North Bihar and Nepal

GEMS fields in Bihar under North and North West Region and Nepal have been greatly affected by the floods. People have lost their lives, houses, belongings and family members.
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GEMS Invites to the Inauguration of House of Prayer at Basantpur

The North West Region of GEMS invites to the inauguration of GEMS House of Prayer at Basantpur, Bihar on 20thAugust 2017.

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GEMS Institutions and Churches Celebrate Seventy First Indian Independence Day

The 71st Independence Day was celebrated in the institutions and churches of GEMS in Bihar, Maharashtra and all other fields.

GEMS Polytechnic College & GEMS English School
GEMS Polytechnic College and GEMS English School, Aurangabad together celebrated 71st Independence Day on 15thAugust 2017 with great enthusiasm and respect at the college ground. The ceremony started at 9:30 am with the large crowd of staff, students and parents.

The anchors for the day welcomed the chief guest Mr. Rakesh (Associate Director, GEMS), Mr. Ashish Daniel (Secretary & Director, GEMS Polytechnic College), Mr. Ramgopal Challa (Principal, GEMS Polytechnic College), Mr. Charles Hoolson (Secretary, GEMS English School) and Mrs. Deborah Charles (Principal, GEMS English School).

The event started with the word of prayer by Mr. Raj Simson followed by the welcome speech by the principal of GEMS Polytechnic College. In his speech he welcomed all the dignitaries, staff, students and parents to the 71st Independence Day Celebration.

Then it proceeded for the most important aspect of the event, the flag hoisting ceremony by the chief guest Mr. Rakesh with the dignitaries. While the flag was hoisted and it finally swaged in the air and the resonating pride amplified when everyone stood in respect for the National Anthem.

The ceremony included lots of events put together by the students of GEMS English School and GEMS Polytechnic College. They performed colorful dance, singing, table talk and delivered wonderful speech about the Independence Day. Followed by, Mr. Ashish Daniel welcomed the gathering and introduced the chief guest in his speech.

The chief guest Mr. Rakesh spoke on the occasion and stated that students should be in discipline, be selfless in their service to the nation. He also encouraged everyone to move forward for the growth of the nation. The secretary of GES presented Mr. Rakesh with a token of love.

The program concluded with the vote of thanks by Mr. Charles Hoolson. At the end sweet were distributed to all the students and parents. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, the peace and unity in diversity.

GEMS Maharashtra
Independence Day was celebrated by GEMS Play School, Sangrul at the GEMS church here in Maharashtra and was organized by GEMS missionary Sis. Savitha Dilip, the in charge of the play school.

Likewise, every other institution and churches of GEMS celebrated the day honouring the nation and remembering the sacrifices of the nation leaders. Pray for our nation as it celebrates seventy years of freedom that every citizen of the country may experience true freedom. Pray for the government and national & state leaders to govern the nation by upholding the constitutional values of equality, fraternity and justice. Pray that every corrupt, fanatical, divisive element to be uprooted and for the nation to grow towards true development. 
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