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Co-Laboring in India


Well, the name of the game these days is Battle Against the Clock. I guess describing my daily office experiences this way may not communicate the true pleasure that I feel working with my Indian brothers and sisters here in this ministry; but I find that it’s not always easy to enjoy the work when you are under time constraints. So, it is a battle.
What are my time constraints? Well, first of all, for those of you who don’t yet know what my job is, I’m now managing the cbnindia.org website. And, there is soooo much that I want to do. I want to:

  • Develop the Hindi site making it a Hindi Christian Resource center
  • Optimize the site for Indian Dial up users
  • Look at how to make the design uniquely Indian
  • Work on our Search engine optimization so that (especially in Hindi) people are finding our site.
  • Lastly, provide the true answers to the difficult questions that Indians face in their lives, and how God can help.
  • So, you can see that there’s a lot to do. But, there’s not too much time to do it in, and an Indian workplace functions very differently from an American workplace. This culture is more relationship oriented! That means, that sometimes, the relationships take precedent over the work. This can be a tough thing for one who is used to a different mentality (like myself). And, I gotta tell ya, I have had my struggles.

    One really cool thing, though, is that recently I was brought back to the original vision that I felt that God had for me when I first came here. It was not to build a really cool and powerful website that makes the real Jesus known (although I hope to have a part in that). What I had felt, and still feel is my goal here was to pray for, bless, and encourage the believers and my co-laborers here at CBN India. I want to see them truly strengthened by the Spirit and even now I pray that all hindrances to this strength would be torn down. I was reminded of this vision when I came against some small… … we’ll call them… speed bumps.
    Things weren’t going as hot as I might have liked in meeting website goals, but I realized, “I am here to strengthen my brothers and sisters in Christ.” This realization takes a lot of the pressure off. I am more focusing on seeking the Lord with these guys that I’m working with and together, may we find His will for the Website.
    Please pray for us as we do this. Pray that our resources of time, and personnel would be multiplied, and that God would accomplish what He wants us to do–no more, and no less!
    Thanks a lot and God bless you all.

    One Response to “Co-Laboring in India”

    1. nonna clancy
      June 18th, 2006 12:22

      John, please call me soon. I have some ideas and thoughts I would like to share with you regarding your work.

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