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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GBET Grant

Library Grant:
We are helping schools by provided grant to build Library. Our main focus is on those schools, mainly private, who find it difficult to spare their resourses for purchasing extra books for Library. This scheme is running for the last 20 years and the schools have been greatly benefited.

Old books donated to four Theological Colleges at Ranchi:
i. G.E.L. Church Theological College, Ranchi
ii. Novin Doman Theological College, Malar, Itki
iii. Good News Theological Institute, Ranchi
iv. Philadelphia Fellowship Church of India, Ranchi

Adoption of slum children:
We have join hands with YMCA in supporting the education of children who cannot continue their studies due to financial constraint. As a test case we have adopted three children and committed to provide their annual fee, school uniform and books.

The picture of these children are provided here under:

SL No.PhotoName of the childFather's name & occupationCaste
1Sagar EkkaMr. Abnezer Ekka (Church Worker)ST (Oraon)
2Pawan HembromMr. Birsa Hembrom (Rickshaw Puller)ST (Munda)
3Sumit MahtoMr. Sanjay Mahto (Sales man in shop)Mahto
4Sharon Jyoti KachhapMr. Birendra Kachhap (Street Vendor and has a Tea Stall)-
5Anushka ToppoMr. Rajan Toppo (Labourer)-
6Prem Prakik ToppoMr. Niranjan Toppo (Labourer)-
7Prem HoroMr. Sunil Horo (Rickshaw Puller)-
8Anthony TirkeyMr. Nikodim Tirkey (Beggar)-
9Aman ToppoMr. Chunu Toppo (Daily Labourer)-
10Nitin SorenMr. Jugal Soren (Daily Labourer)-
11Isha Komal KachhapMr. Julian Kachhap (Bicycle Mechanic)-
12Mahima MundaMr. Butru Munda (Labour)-
13Sneha M. HoroMr. Vimal Horo (Daily Labour)-
14Alisha KulluMr. Peter Kullu (Labour)-
15Taison MinzMr. George Minz (A Small Tea Stall)-
16Rohit KujurMr. Lois Kujur (Farmer)-
17Nikita ToppoMr. Jatu Toppo (Daily Labour)-