In an area of South Asia where opportunities for education are both scarce and expensive, the Allied Model School is a place where students and teachers can grow as individuals and give back to their communities. 

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LENT SERIES | STORIES FROM CHETNA

“I’m the only person for one thousand people,” Kiran reflects seriously. “But if I know how to help, then that responsibility isn’t heavy. I haven’t learned something worth learning until I can share it with at least twenty-five people.”

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LENT SERIES | STORIES FROM CHETNA

“Until you welcome another person’s child into your home,” she says,“until you love another person’s child, until you care for another person’s child - until then your home is not a place of God."

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The wai (traditional Thai greeting) fits - it's how every preschool teacher in Thailand greets their students at the beginning of the day - but the hug afterward...not so much. Then again, Good Kids Preschool is no ordinary Thai preschool. Find out how New Zealander Mary Raikes is helping this locally grown community project give underprivileged Thai kids Jesus' love and a chance at a great future.

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Stretching out the hands of God’s grace to those on the margins of society is a key mission for the Radical Grace team in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was a natural fit, then, to provide an educational program about the connection between broken relationships and HIV to young people living in the relationally difficult setting of the Mae Rim Juvenile Correction Facility.

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