Miracles on Miracles: Encountering God in Nepal
October 24, 2021
Bijay stands in the region where his family was persecuted—and where he now works to bring clean and living water to the unreached.
“My parents were raised in a small Buddhist village. Road construction was what they worked in, making them very poor. They had my older sister, but when she was just two she became very ill. They believed an evil spirit had overtaken her body, so they sought help from the local spirit doctors. Nothing helped. Until one day a pastor came to their village and he shared the love of Jesus. They prayed over my sister and she was healed.
After this, they were completely rejected by their family and community. I was born in this same village, but shortly after that, my family moved to
My mom would take three buckets multiple times a day and hike up a hill to find stream water.
How women in these mountainous regions collect water daily from nearby streams.
At age 14, God used a healing experience to bring me to salvation too, just like my parents with my sister. I was very ill and we were not able to go to the hospital. So I remember praying for healing. When the pain subsided, I realized God was real. From that day forward,
I was able to get my university degree through a scholarship. God had a plan in mind for me.
After marrying my beautiful wife, Maryiam, I worked in the field of civil engineering for several years, but something was missing. I wanted to serve the Lord in a different way, not just to work to provide for my family.
Along with other missionaries at my church
The funds raised by that missions team enabled us to start our organization and serve people through WASH for three years.
I love to go to the field and be with the people in the village. There’s an immediate bond between us because I shared the same struggles growing up in the very same region of Nepal. At every project, there is a local pastor which enables a local believer to start a relationship with those served. We see their lives transform, both physically and spiritually.
Bijay presenting this village's first clean water source thanks to the support of neverthirst donors.
I have a hope and a vision for Nepal—communities filled with health, both physical and spiritual."
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