1. Meet Davika. She lives in a Christian orphanage in Chennai. Her daily activities include going to school two blocks away, chores, homework, and Bible study. The teachers at her orphanage use the GLWW curriculum to help the children grow in their relationship with Christ. Although Davika’s biological parents were unable to care for her, she is fortunate to have a relationship with her Heavenly Father who, as you will see, reveals His love to her.

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  2. Meet Pastor Kudhaus. He pastors a small thatch church that sits less than 200 yards from the ocean on an island village outside of Chennai. In 2004 his village was hit by the tsunami. He faces many difficulties as a pastor, such as lack of supplies and opposition from Hindus in the community. Here he shares his struggles as a Christian pastor in a Hindu village, what happened during the tsunami, and how the Gospel Light Worldwide Curriculum helps the teachers shepherd the children of his church.

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  3. Meet Tumi. He lives in the Phola Park Township in Johannesburg. Tumi lives with his mother, father, older brother, and adopted sister in a small home. Despite constant turmoil and tragedy surrounding him and his family, his faith in God remains.

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  4. Three countries. One truth. One Million Children.

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One Million Children

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The One Million Children documentary series focuses on the significance and far reaching consequences of bringing God’s Word to children around the world. The primary objective of each segment is to help people feel and understand the positive impact God’s Word has on children, their families and communities.

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