Thursday, March 5, 2009

Second Day in India

Its hard to convey what India is like to the Western mind. Someone aptly put it like this, "India is an assault on all of your senses." That pretty accurate. Every sense (what you hear, see, taste and feel) is so different that it must be experienced. I write this on Friday morning, March 6th while it is still Thursday in the West. I am getting ready to teach at the GFA headquarters in Delhi before flying southward to Cochin. The staff workers here are so sweet and so devoted to their calling and this is always a privilege for me. Since I first came to this country back in 1983, I have had a love for the people here, especially those who serve the Lord in these difficult circumstances. Yesterday was a long day of traveling and filming for a couple of different projects. A few photographs tell part of the story.


ShanaeNANAENANAE said...

Pastor Skip, we are praying for you and the rest of the team!
-Shanae Stevens

Skip Heitzig said...

Thanks Shanae. Everything is going great. We're 12.5 hours ahead of mountain time, so by the time you see this today it will probably be tomorrow here.