Top Ten Blog Posts Of 2013

Here they are! The Top Ten Blog Posts of 2013!

Number 10: How Much Of Your Dollar Goes To India.
The first post in a series of financial accountability.

Number 9: My Life Should Have Ended Last Week.
Pastor John’s story of God saving him from a deadly cobra bite.

Number 8: The Most Joyful Thing About India..
A young woman’s reflection about her short term missions experience in India.

Number 7: Bellhop To Board Member.
One man’s journey to becoming a Vision Nationals’ Board Member.

Number 6: Government Rules – No Girls On Campus.
Explains why we had to move all the girls off campus, and how that makes our dorm need more urgent.

Number 5: Changes To Dorm Plans.
Updated information on our New Dormitory Project.

Number 4: Q&A: What Happens When A Student Fails High School?.
Explains what happens to the children in Master’s Home who don’t make it into College.

Number 3: Vision Nationals’ Goals For 2013.
This post outlines our goals for the year.

Number 2: New Dorm Plans Have Arrived.
Overviews our dormitory plans with links to other posts about the project affects our children at Master’s Home and our students at Master’s College of Theology.

And the #1 most popular post so far this year: Meet the New Principal of Master’s College.
An interview with Dr. Samuel George. Includes his vision for the future of Master’s College.

Vision Nationals plants churches, trains nationals and cares for orphans and widows throughout Asia! For more information on our ministries check out our What We Do page.

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