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Georgetown PRC Hudsonville, MI

Georgetown PRC Hudsonville, MI

Pastor: Rev.Carl Haak

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7146 48th Ave. 

Hudsonville, MI 49426 

Church phone: (616) 662-2682 

Services: 9:30 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. 

India Outreach Newsletter - August 2016

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India Outreach e~Newsletter
August 2016
Dear Readers,
 
2016 is proving to be a very exciting year for Georgetown PRC and the PRC of Vellore.  The Lord has blessed our youth with the means to make 2 separate visits to Vellore.  In February, Brad Kamminga spent a month with Pastor Paulraj and the Grace Foster Home.  In March, Joshua Vanderwall spent a week in Vellore prior to spending two more weeks elsewhere in India getting hands-on experience practicing medicine.  In addition, we look forward to this coming October as Liz Van Drunen and Emily Moelker will be spending 3 months in Vellore, India with the Grace Foster Home.
 
Each visit has shown to be an excellent opportunity to encourage Pastor Paulraj and Kasthuri in their work and experience firsthand the Lord's work in India.
 
Please take a little time to read what Brad Kamminga had to say about his visit to Vellore.
 
Mark 16:15
"And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." 
A Reflection on India, Part 1         By Brad Kamminga

It is difficult to know where to start and how to explain my experiences in India. When people ask me how my trip was, the only place I know to start is to say "It was amazing!" I could write pages and pages on all of the experiences that I had, but unless you have been there yourself it is impossible to fully understand what it is like. Instead I want to share with you just a few of the experiences that I will never forget, experiences that have become a part of me and added a new lens into how I perceive the world and the church.
 
I arrived in Chennai airport around 1am. As I stepped into the airport, I was greeted by the Hindu gods lining the walls. These countless gods I would see gazing down on me everywhere I went: on the roadsides, restaurants, shops, billboards, cars and buses. Walking out of the airport, I was greeted with a warm smile and handshake by Pastor Paulraj, Kasthuri and a couple older boys and girls from Grace Foster Home (GFH) and the church. I was presented with the traditional flower garland and then we started our long drive to GFH. We finally arrived around 5am. After a short prayer with Pastor Paulraj and Kasthuri, I went straight to bed. Though I was exhausted, I was not able to sleep because of my excitement.
 
The next morning I was greeted by Karthick asking me if I wanted coffee or tea, a question that I would be asked about 10 times every day. A few times I said "No, thank you" but it was brought to me anyway. Eventually I gave up to saying no to anything I was offered, knowing it would be given to me no matter what I said.
 
I am sure you have heard about Karthick from others who have visited GFH. He has a servant's heart like I have never seen before. If there is any way that he sees he can help someone, he will. Every morning he would greet me with big smile, bring me coffee, and ask for my clothes to be washed. He would remember what I wore the day before and if it wasn't in the wash basket the next morning, he would hunt through my room to find it. Every Saturday night, he would polish my shoes so they would be nice and shiny Sunday morning. Every day my room would be cleaned and bed made either by Karthick or someone else he would delegate it to. He often made me feel guilty because of everything he did for me, but he would never accept no for an answer and everything he did, he did with a joyful smile and attitude. Deane Wassink's birthday was during my stay and on the morning of his birthday, the first thing Karthick did was ask me to take a photo of him and email it to Deane wishing him a happy birthday, later that night we called Deane and sang happy birthday to him.
 
 The very first day that I was there, I began to get an idea of how busy the lives of Pastor Paulraj and Kasthuri are. Every week Paulraj prepares 2 sermons as well as a Wednesday night bible study, which is almost like a 3rd sermon. In addition to that there are 4 village outreaches where he leads bible studies every week, rotating visits with the elders and deacons. Paulraj is also going on house visits or hospital visits almost every day. There are also the monthly Pastor's conferences, editing and writing for publications, the girl's dorm building project and other maintenance things that Paulraj has to deal with. In addition to all of that there are the responsibilities of caring physically and spiritually for about 50 children, widows and staff.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
One of the main reasons for my visit was to take a lot of footage in order to make a documentary. The purpose of the documentary is to give a better understanding of the church and GFH to those who have not visited. I want to create a documentary that will show the power of the gospel in the lives of the people in India in a very personal way that people who have not been there can connect with.
 
I had a goal to interview all of the children of GFH so that I could share the interviews with each of the children's sponsors. I had heard some of the children's stories before, but it is different being there with the children and hearing the stories from them personally. Hearing them testify of the love of God in their lives, bringing them into the GFH to be taken care of and learn the truth of Jesus' sacrifice for us on the cross that brings us hope in this dark world of sin.
 
There are so many heartbreaking stories: father's who abandoned their family, drunken father's who beat their wives and children, mother's who committed suicide by fire and poison, parents who died from AIDS or other diseases, parents who went insane because of sorcery, and many other tragic stories. When interviewing the children, it was hard to hold back the tears. There is one story in particular that really impacted me that I would like to share. It is the story of Appun and Soundharya, a brother and sister at the GFH.
 
When Appun was around 2 years old and Soundharya 4 years old, their parents got into a fight and their father left the house. When he was gone, their mother tried to give them poison. Soundharya knew what it was and said "We want to live, please don't make us eat the poison." Soundharya would not eat it and would not let her brother Appun eat it either, so their mother took the poison herself and died in front of them. About 10 minutes later, their father came in and saw what had happened. He grabbed the poison, left the house, ate the poison and died.
 
 
Their father worked for a brick company. When he did not show up for work, his boss came and found the children alone and brought them to a bus stand. There Appun and Soundharya stayed for the next 10 days, begging for money that they would use to buy food. After that 10 days, a social worker found them, and not being able to find an adequate caretaker among their relatives, brought them to GFH.
 
Appun and Soundharya were the two last children for me to interview in my long second day of interviews. That night I read the children an English book about farm animals and their benefits, quizzing them about the English names and pronunciations as we went along. After reading the book, I handed out candy to all the children. After all the candy was handed out, Soundharya walked up to me and said "Anna", which means elder brother. I looked down at her to see a big smile on her face as she handed me the wrapper of the candy I had given her. She had twisted it into the shape of a cross. That is a memory I will never forget. After hearing the tragic story of her life and all that she had been through at such a young age, I now saw the outworking of God's grace in her life, bringing her to a knowledge of Himself, the loving Father who sacrificed Himself for us and promises to never leave nor forsake us.
 
Later, as I sat alone at night for personal devotions, I read Psalm 27 and when I read verse 10, I started to cry. "For my father and my mother have forsaken me, but the LORD will take me in." I could not help but think of Appun and Soundharya and all the stories of the other children at GFH. I will never be able to read this verse again without thinking of their faces. And what a beautiful confidence follows in verse 13 "I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living!" The goodness of the Lord radiates from the GFH. Every smile, every laugh, every prayer, every scripture reading, every song sung by those children is a testament to the goodness of the Lord.
 
Another amazing testimony of God's grace that I was able to witness during my visit was the recovery of Sathya. Sathya was the boy who accidently dropped the end of a metal rod on an 11,000 volt powerline while trying to hit fruit off a tree. He had electricity flowing through him for several minutes. He was declared dead at a local clinic, but started to breathe again as he was brought to the Christian Medical College Hospital.
 
Not only was Sathya's life hanging in the balance, the entire future of GFH was. The government is run by Hindus. They do not like Christian orphanages because they know that those children are most likely going to come out as Christians. Christians not only upset the practices of their society, but are also a threat to their political parties. If Sathya had died, GFH would have been shut down and Paulraj and Kasthuri would likely have faced jail time and heavy fines. By God's grace Sathya's life was spared, and when the police came to the hospital to ask what happened, he replied "Jesus saved my life".
 
  
 
Sathya came home from the hospital after over 40 days while I was there. I was able to interview him and he testified of God's grace in protecting and preserving his life. He said that "this incident has transformed my life and now I know that God is all powerful and God is holy and I will testify of God in my life." When I asked him what he wants to be when he grows up, he said he wants to be a minister.
 
Sathya said when he was in the hospital, he never thought that he would be able to walk again. During the farewell program that the GFH family put on for me, Sathya not only walked, he danced.

 
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The needs of Paulraj and Kasthuri are endless, however their greatest desire is for your prayers. Please pray for them in their mission to deliver the message of Christ to all who will listen, in a nation where Christianity is despised. Please pray for their safety in sharing this message while surrounded by those who hate them. Please pray for the growth of the Protestant Reformed Church of Vellore and for all those who are members. Please pray for the children of Grace Foster Home, that they may continue to grow in the knowledge of their Savior who loves them.
  
If you have been moved by this ministry, please also consider a financial gift to assist in the day to day needs of Paulraj and Kasthuri, as well as the children of Grace Foster Home.
  
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Mission India Outreach Newsletter - February 2016

The Georgetown PRC India Mission Outreach Committee has published their latest newsletter on their mission endeavors in southern India and make it available here to a broader readership.

India Outreach e~Newsletter
February 2016
Dear Readers,
 
November and December was a very busy time both at Georgetown PRC and Vellore, India, as another delegation was sent to visit Pastor Paulraj. 
 
Rev. and Mary Haak left  Grand Rapids for Vellore in early November and Deane and Donna Wassink joined them 2 weeks later. They were each able to spend 3 weeks visiting Pastor Paulraj and Kasthuri and encouraging them in their work.
 
The Protestant Reformed Foreign Mission Committee also sent 2 pastors (Rev. Griess and Rev. Kuiper) to visit for 10 days, their visit overlapping with the Wassinks. They were able to meet Pastor Paulraj and experience firsthand the work he is doing there.
 
Please take a little time to read about the visit and continue to pray for Pastor Paulraj and Kasthuri.
Mark 16:15
"And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature." 
A Visit to India                          By Deane and Donna Wassink
Our trip to India can be expressed in one word, AMAZING!  Deane and I feel so blessed to have been asked to be a part of the team to visit the Vellore PRC of India and the Grace Foster Home.  We left Grand Rapids on November 24, 2015 and arrived in Chennai, India on the 26th of November.  We were greeted at 12:30AM by Pastor Paulraj, his wife, Kasthuri and a few of the young men of the congregation.  They traveled the 4 hours from Chennai to Vellore with us and early in the morning we arrived at the hotel which would be our home for the next 19 days.  This proved to be a great spot for us to unwind and prepare for the next day.  Each day was a new adventure for us and such a time of blessed fellowship with the saints in India. 
 
Our time spent with the Vellore PRC was a time of renewed friendships.  It was very obvious to us that the church members were being fed and growing spiritually through the labor of Pastor Paulraj.  While we were there we witnessed the baptism of 8 young people of Grace Foster Home and the confession of faith of 8 others on a separate Sunday.  What a blessing to see God working in their hearts the act of conversion.  It was moving and inspiring to see their faith in Christ and see that acted out in their daily life.  The spirit is working great things through this church.
 
  Pastor Paulraj spends many evenings traveling to and preaching in the area villages.  Some of these villages are many miles away however he still visits 2-3 times a week.  He is busy spreading the Word in every village he is able to reach. Kasthuri is such a great role model to the children as well as organizer in the whole Grace Foster Home picture.  She was able to express some of her concerns for organization in the dormitory as well as specific areas of practical matters that needed to be addressed.  She was invaluable to us as we tried to help them in every way we could.  Brainstorming with her was the favorite part of my visit!    
 
We were so excited to see the building of the girls' dorm in progress and the completion of the boys' dorm.  It is so thrilling to see them have a place to call home and to know they will not have to be torn apart and sent to a new place.  At the time we were there, the girls and boys were all living in the same home.  Pastor Paulraj, Kasthuri and their children, Jason and Joan, are also living in this home along with Paulraj's parents and Kasthuri's mother.  You would never guess that at times there were as many as 75 people in the one home.  The love and comradery that the children have with each other is amazing to see. Each child has his /her own chores they are responsible for each day.  They also are expected to wash their school uniforms each day.  This doesn't mean throwing them in the washing machine, it means scrubbing them outside on the cement and hanging them on the lines to dry.  During the time we were there they had a rainy season of almost 2 weeks.  Clothes don't dry very well during rainy season, but they sure tried by hanging clothes line in every possible place in the home.  They are excited and anxious to be able to move the girls to their new building, hopefully it will be completed and ready for move in around March of this year.
 
 Another thing that needs to be considered with so many people in one home is how to feed them all.  The boys' dorm has 2 kitchen areas.  There is a downstairs kitchen where most of the big pots of rice and chicken biriyani are cooked, the vegetables are washed and cut and food preparation in general are done and there is a smaller cooking area on the main floor.  Both of these areas are buzzing with activity before meal times.  It seemed as though they were busy all day long.  The food that is served is very healthy and made almost entirely from scratch.  I never saw packaged food prepared.  Because of the high volume of grains and legumes they consume there were huge bags of rice and beans that needed to be stored.  We were able to help them organize and buy storage bins for these so the risk of bugs could be eliminated.  They also use many spices that we are not used to, at least not in the volume they use.  They told me it would take about 3 months for them to use 2 ½ gallons of chili powder.  It would take most of us 3 decades to use that much!!!  A snack for the children coming home from school consisted of a bowl of cooked split peas.  How about trying that with our children?  Healthy eating habits are definitely carried out there. 
 
A normal day in the life of the children of Grace Foster Home is waking at 6AM, brushing teeth, having devotions  together, chores, studying for school, getting ready for and eating breakfast, maybe more study time or chore time and then off to school.  After school they wash their uniforms, have a snack, study, chores, study some more, have prayer time. Dinner is served at 8:30PM then to bed at 9:30PM.  We were amazed at the late dinner and bedtime hour, but they are used to it and do well. 
 
While we were there we took the opportunity to introduce them to a few aspects of gardening and caring for animals.  We purchased tools for them to dig up ground and make raised beds for growing vegetables for their own produce, as well as selling the excess.  Hopefully over time this will help them to be more self-sustaining.  Deane took the time to show them how to do the raised beds as well as how to make compost for better soil.  They were excited to learn how to do these things and what type of things could be composted.  They already have a mushroom growing building and are producing enough mushrooms for their use, as well as for selling on the roadside stand.  They have an interesting way of growing many mushrooms in such a small space; they sow mushroom spawn into straw, and then place the straw into a plastic bag. Holes are then poked into the hanging plastic bags and moisture forms inside the bags, mushrooms grow out of the holes.  The plan is to add as many bags of mushrooms to this project as can fit in the building.  There are 3 young men in charge of this project and they are excited to see it grow.
 
During our stay they were able to purchase 2 goats.  These goats will serve to keep the campus area grass down to help avoid adding to the mosquito population as well as be bred to have kids to produce income from selling the babies.  We are trying to teach them that milking the goats is a good idea too, but not sure if that is going to happen without further instruction. 
 
Because of a generous donation, we were able to purchase 3 sewing machines for the Grace Foster Home.  There are currently 10-12 students taking lessons on a weekly basis to learn the art of tailoring.  This will not only allow them to sew clothing for themselves but also make a living by using this talent.  They are excited and aware of the great gift this is to them.
 
We were happy to see the young women and young men on the campus eager to work and help out in any way they were able.  They help in the kitchen, repair the vehicles, and do the ironing.  It was a blessing to see so many children in a small area all serving each other.  There are many lessons to be learned from that in our own homes. 
 
In conclusion, I would like to thank Georgetown Protestant Reformed Church for the opportunity we had to serve in this capacity.  We were blessed not only by being in Vellore, India but by the love and support we received from all of you at home.  This ministry could not be done without your prayers and support.
The Plight of the Widow in India
 
 
          "A father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in his holy habitation." Psalm 68:5
 
Asha is a young widow. She recently moved to the Grace Foster Home
Asha
(GFH) Campus in October, 2015, through the work of Sonrise Life Center Ministries, a program set up by Pastor Paulraj and his sister to help widows and pregnant women in crisis. Asha, whose husband was killed in a vehicle accident, is the mother of a 3 year old boy and 22 month old twins. Because a widow is considered to be a curse in Indian culture, she was shunned by her relatives and friends and left to fend for herself and her children on the city streets.
 
Through Sonrise Life Center, Asha has found shelter at GFH working as the cook's assistant. Her children are adored by everyone, young and old. She is learning to sew so that she might support herself one day, and she is beginning to understand the joys of having a Father who will never forsake her.
 
In India, widows are treated as untouchables. According to the Time of India, April 5, 2012, "Tamil Nadu (where Vellore is located) was home to the highest percentage of widowed/divorced and separated (wds) individuals in India in 2010 (8.8%)." Of a population of 4 million residents in the Vellore district an estimated 352,000 women fit this description. Most of these women are treated as though they no longer exist. They are stripped of their possessions, and are evicted from their parents' or husband's homes, forced to live as beggars on the streets as a result of evil Hindu tradition.     
     
Devi, another young widow, came to GFH through Sonrise Life Center at about the same time as Asha. She was three months pregnant when her husband committed suicide. Devi's baby boy is now six months old, and she also has a
Devi
two and a half year old son. Abandoned by her family, she lives and works at GFH, and she attends the Protestant Reformed Church of Vellore. She is happily learning about salvation through the blood of Jesus Christ.
 
If you were to visit the PRC of Vellore you would be privileged to meet many widows. These dear women come to the church because they have found a place where they are comforted by the Living Word. They are loved by the body of believers who are reflecting the compassion of the Heavenly Father. In turn these women are a blessing to the church as they share their talents, show compassion to the orphans, and, despite their poverty, as they generously give of their earthly possessions. 
 
The day before we left Vellore we were informed of a horrible tragedy. Jayasuda, a young widow, social worker, and teacher in the village tutor program, was devastated by the suicide of her dear friend, who took her own life because her husband had abandoned her. This young woman decided to kill herself rather than face the lifelong social stigma and physical sufferings of a cruel, heathen culture.
 
Please pray for the widows and abandoned women in India, and pray for Sonrise Life Center as it assists women in distress. 
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The needs of Paulraj and Kasthuri are endless, however their greatest desire is for your prayers. Please pray for them in their mission to deliver the message of Christ to all who will listen, in a nation where Christianity is despised. Please pray for their safety in sharing this message while surrounded by those who hate them. Please pray for the growth of the Reformed Christian Church of Vellore and for all those who are members. Please pray for the children of Grace Foster Home, that they may continue to grow in the knowledge of their Savior who loves them.
 
If you have been moved by this ministry, please also consider a financial gift to assist in the day to day needs of Paulraj and Kasthuri, as well as the children of Grace Foster Home.
 
*To make a secure donation through Paypal or with a credit card, click on the Donate button below... no Paypal account is needed!
 
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or mail your financial gift to:
 
Georgetown PRC/India Mission Outreach
PO Box 253
Hudsonville, MI 49426
 
*Please specify in the comments if you would like your gift to be used in the General Ministry, for the daily needs of Grace Foster Home, or to contribute to the new Grace Foster Home building.

Thank You!!

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PRC India/Philippines Delegation Updates - December 6, 2015

Delegation in INDIA:

Rev. Doug Kuiper and Cory Griess, delegates of the FMC, arrival in Vellore, India was delayed this week due to excessive rains in southern India. They did join Deane and Donna Wassink of Georgetown PRC on Friday and have begun a busy schedule of teaching, preaching, and visiting.

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Rev.D. Kuiper and Rev.C Griess being welcomed in Vellore, India.

Sunday (December 6) they lead services in both the Tamil and English church and afterwards lead a seminar at the English church on some of the basics of the Reformed Faith. This week they will speak at 3 seminars for pastors both in Vellore and other surrounding cities, lead Bible Studies in Vellore PRC, and visit the Grace Foster Home.

Remember this special delegation and the Wassinks in prayer. For pictures and daily updates, visit Georgetown PRC's Facebook page.

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Delegation in the PHILIPPINES:

This week Thursday (Dec.10), Prof. R.Dykstra and Prof. R.Cammenga are being sent by the Contact Committee to the Philippines in order to meet with the three churches which have federated as the Protestant Reformed Churches in the Philippines (PRCP).

This visit is in order to equip the Contact Committee with the ability to give advice to Synod 2016 in response to the request of this denomination to become sister-churches with the PRCA. They plan to return December 21.

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Let us remember these men in prayer also, as well as the Kleyns laboring in that part of the world.

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Mission Updates - November 29, 2015

India Nov 2015 1INDIA WORK:  Rev. Carl and Mary Haak conclude their labors in India today (Sunday), flying back to Grand Rapids tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Deane Wassink joined them this week (Wednesday) and plan to stay another three weeks. For more information about this trip and for more pictures, visit Georgetown PRC's website.

As representatives of the Foreign Mission Committee, Rev. Cory Griess and Rev. Doug Kuiper will arrive this week Thursday (Dec.3) to assist in the labors and to investigate the work with a view to possibly assisting Georgetown PRC in her work.

Here is pastor Haak's closing note to his congregation after they left Sunday:

It is very hard to leave these dear brothers and sisters in the Lord. This visit was busy, as all the previous, but busy with preaching, seminars, retreat, bible studies, and especially house visits with both members of the church, widows, and the families of some of the children of the GFH. Each is a story of God's grace which seeks and finds in places man would never look. A message of sovereign loving kindness and tender mercy shown to the least deserving and in darkness. So it is with every child of God, with you and me. Found, saved and living now by grace alone. The PRC of Vellore, though they have not attained as no church has yet attained to the calling of Christ, is a faithful, zealous, and loving congregation. To God be the praise. It was a joy and privilege to be with them and to be used in a small way to teach. We learned from them as we sought to serve.

PHILIPPINES WORK:  Rev. Jon Mahtani (Cornerstone, Dyer, IN) is completing his time of help to Rev. Daniel Kleyn in the Philippines. He is scheduled to return home tomorrow. We are grateful for the help he provided our missionary. Rev. Daniel Holstege (First PRC, Holland, MI) is scheduled to visit next (January 2016) at the request of the FMC.

May we continue in prayer for these delegations and their work, asking God to bless, preserve, and prosper the laborers and their labors.

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India Outreach Newsletter - March 2015

Georgetown PRC's India Outreach Committee has published their latest newsletter (March 2015), and it focuses on the labors of the most recent visitors to Vellore, India - Rev.C.Haak and his wife Mary and Joel and Ellen Bruinooge, who travelled there in November of 2014.

Read the entire newsletter here, or download it in pdf form for printing and distribution (see below).

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Visit to Singapore and India Planned

 

VelloreIndiaMapRev. Carl and Mrs. Mary Haak plan to leave this week Tuesday, October 28, 2014 for a three week trip to Singapore and India.

In Singapore Rev. Haak will speak at a Youth Reformation Conference on Saturday ("Reformed Youth and Missions"), preach Sunday in the Covenant ERC, and meet with the Session of CERC on our work in Vellore, India. 

On November 5, Mr.and Mrs. J.Bruinooge plan to meet the Haaks in Vellore, India for a two week stay with the Reformed Christian Church of Velore, a mission work under the supervision of our sister-church in Singapore until 2007. Since then it has been worked by the consistory of Georgetown PRC. Among the activities will be a conference with the English congregation, a Bible Seminar with the RCCV, ground-breaking ceremonies for the Grace Foster Home, and visits to the village outreaches, etc. 

We pray for travelling mercies and for the Lord’s blessing on these labors.

 

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