Piedmont couple looks back on inspiring trip to India

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Earlier this year, a couple from Greensboro took a trip. They said they wanted to go to India to tell a story – a collection of stories, really – that they hoped would inspire you.

They had learned about Banjara Tribal Ministries. It is an orphanage founded by a man who was born into India’s Hindu society but was quite literally dragged from the mud by a Christian ministry, saving his life. He changed his name to Christopher – Christ bearer – and has continued that work for others.

In this edition of the Buckley Report, an update on why the local couple’s trip was so important and how you, too, can be a part of it.

For more information on their book, click here.

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