It was a divine appointment. SFM USA Director, Dean Vander Mey, was stuck in an airport in Mizoram, India, after spending some time visiting a missionary friend. The three day layover provided ample time to get to know the other passengers, one of whom was just as interested in God’s work as Dean. Reverend Lal Zuala was a retired pastor, but still burned with a passion to reach out to drunkards and prostitutes, thieves and prisoners. The two immediately connected and spent much time talking about the call to share Truth. Three short months later, in February of 2003, SFM India was up and running, with Rev. Zuala as director.

Today, SFM India has hundreds of trained volunteers who are reaching out on a daily basis… Along with local ministry, SFM has begun to have an impact in neighboring Myanmar, as a result of prisoners who have been saved and discipled while incarcerated. Upon release, they have returned home to spread the news. SFM also seeks to come alongside vulnerable children in the state of Andhra Pradesh. SFM India is greatly respected in the State of Mizoram.

Rev. Zuala sends his gratitude for SFM’s purchase of a new vehicle for Set Free Ministries, India. It is needed and it's a great joy for us to have a new vehicle.

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