Seeing is Believing
Clubber in Nepal Brings Hope Home
My name is Thagi Maya Sarki and I am 15 year old. I was born and brought up in a Hindu family in the Khudunabari camp. I have an older brother and two younger sisters. There are seven members in the family. We are financially very poor and we always had trouble in the family. I joined the Awana club one year ago. My parents were not pleased that I went to church. Sometimes they even tried to stop me from going to Awana.
I really enjoy singing songs, playing games, and hearing the Bible story from Awana cards.
One day, my mother gave birth to a child (youngest sister). She had some problem from birth so my parents used to go to many witchcrafts and doctors for healing but nothing changed. I said to my parents, “if we believe in Jesus and pray for deliverance, he could heal.” They got angry at me and rebuked me. Later on they thought of believing in Him just to see if it is true. We prayed for her and continue to pray and some changes appeared in her life. By seeing it, my parents also accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Now my parents are very happy and we are living a peaceful life. Thank you.
Reported by Thagi Maya Sarki, Bhutanese refugee in Khudunabari camp