Elephant stampede clears path for ministry in India.

By November 17, 2006

India (MNN)–Gospel For Asia missionaries say an elephant stampede cleared the path to ministry.

For reasons unknown, a group of 10 elephants recently stampeded a small village in India’s Nagaland state. When the dust settled, everything was gone.

A church plant, now eight years old, saw its members scattered, too. However, the believers began to share the Gospel among their new neighbors, with amazing results.

Many people came to Christ and two new churches began. GFA native missionaries are now leading these fellowship groups and discipling the new believers.

Writes their correspondent, “Now all our believers understand that God works all things together for good. Praise God for using our believers to start these prayer fellowships.”

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