I was born December 14, 1986, into an orthodox non-Christian family in Nepal. My parents were diligent followers of our faith and worshipped gods and goddesses.
When I grew up, I suffered from stomach-ache. My parents took me to witchdoctors for treatment. Besides, they also took me to hospitals and treated me different kinds of medicines, but every effort went in vain.
One day, my class teacher told me about Jesus. He gave me some Gospel tracts to read and asked me to come to the church. So, I went to the church and the pastor and the believers prayed for me. The Lord healed me completely. I then realized myself as a sinner. So, I confessed my sins and I received Jesus as my Saviour.
As days passed by, my parents showed unhappy feeling towards my new faith. So, my school teacher approached the pastor and he moved forward to help me. I then started to serve the Lord with my sister.
As I spent more time in prayer, I sensed the call of God for His ministry. So, I prayed to God and He confirmed me of His call to do His ministry. I then enrolled in a Bible school to equip myself for the ministry.
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