There are bad books as well as good books. Good books not only impact good results but also good means in human society that needs honesty, hard work, love, non-violence, and peace. We live in the world of survival of the fittest, where wealth is motivation and means do not matter. People in general have become suspicious of others. My neighbor told me that she has difficulty in trusting the hospitals for her treatment. She also has problem of trusting the school teachers where she sends her children to study. Fear of getting cheated and deceived is always lurking in our mind. Corruption, violence, and injustice fill the daily news. What has happened to the moral fabrics of our society? Where are the good books that transform our inner being? We need good books made available to everyone through printed media, radio web, or internet so as to influence good moral transformation in our human society for the good of posterity. This is our vision. We need your partnership and prayers in serving our region.
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Writers' Workshop

Writers' Workshop is conducted for potential Hindi writers annually to guide them and equip them to write about current issues facing the society and address them with Biblical answers.

Proper direction is given by competent and qualified resource persons to write Articles, Stories, News and Reports.

17th Writers' Workshop
The 17th Writers' Workshop was organized by the Good Books Educational Trust from 31st October to 3rd November 2016, at Social Development Center, Ranchi. The goal of the Workshop was to train and encourage the thriving young writers to excel in the art of creative writing and be a channel of blessing in transforming the minds of people in the society.


The Writers' Workshop was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest Mr. Emanuel Sanga, General Secre-tary Y.M.C.A Ranchi, the resource person Mr. Shishir Tudu, and Joint Managing Trus-tee, Good Books Educational Trust Rev. Arun Barwa. The Chief Guest Mr. Emanuel Sanga emphasized in his message that us-ing a pen is the best way to bring changes in the society.

The first two sessions were taken by the two known recourse persons, Mr. Walter Bhengra and a prominent poetess Miss Jacinta Kerketta. Mr. Bhengra guided the participants regarding the writing of stories and articles; whereas, Miss Jacinta Kerketta gave some tips for writing poetry and shared her journey of being a poetess.

Resource person Mr. Shishir Tudu took the third session where he shared some basic tips related to story, poem and article writ-ing. Apart from this, he also shared an in-spiring story of the life of a prominent writ-er Mr. Ruskin Bond: how he became a story teller. During the closing session the Resource persons provided feedback to all the par-ticipants. The Chief Guest,Rev. J. A. Shaw, Gujrat, member of our Editorial Board of our Hind Magazine Masihi Ahwan, delivered a message on the top-ic: "A research is necessary before writ-ing." The ceremony was followed by dis-tribution of certificates to participants.

Getting the positive response from the participants the Managing Trustee of the Good Books Educational Trust, Rev. Dr. A. K. Lama announced that a retreat and a Writers' Workshop will be held togeth-er in March 2017.The participants have to submit at least three write-ups before 1st of March in order to participate in the upcoming work-shop.

Pray for the aspiring writers, so that they may be able to guide the readers in a right path with the help of their writing.