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American Gift Boxes to lure Hindu Kids – Missionary Agenda Exposed


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American Gift Boxes to lure Hindu Kids – Missionary Agenda Exposed
04/07/2011 03:58:28  HK
Thrissur: We all know that India is one of the prime target of Global Missionaries . The hook and crook perpetuated upon innocent and naïve Hindus has been well documented. Kerala Kaumudi Reporter Shri Prabhu Warrier exposes the game plan of an American Missionary group in a Kerala Kaumudi exclusive report .

The American missionaries ‘Samaritan’s Purse International Relief’ has recruited local pastors in Kerala. The agenda is to lure Hindu Kids towards them by providing ‘Gift Boxes’.

Once the kids come to collect these American Gifts, their details will be collected and a photo is taken. These are documented and returned to their Indian Head office in Hyderabad.

These Kids will later receive more Missionary propaganda materials including Children’s Bible. A Huge container full of these Gift Boxes and propaganda material were disembarked at Tuticurin Port. No Tax has been paid as they got Tax exemption in the name of Charity. Nearly 3250 ‘Gift Boxes’ will be supplied in each district. 7 such containers have been dispatched to Various districts in Kerala from Tuticorin.

Detailed Report at http://news.keralakaumudi.com/news.php?nid=d7866117f4d7fa29414010dd6d7a550f

 

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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Operation Christmas Child: Pack A Shoebox

This is National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child (Nov. 15-22nd), and if you do nothing else good for yourself the entire year, trust me when I say that you should at least do this.
Operation Christmas Child is a way to bring an incredible amount of joy into the life of an underprivileged child, by way of a very small investment in time and effort, and a way to make you (and maybe your own kids) feel good in a way that will last all year.
It’s a super simple idea, really. You get a shoebox, and you fill it with stuff that kids like. Small stuff, simple things like Matchbox cars for boys, hair clips for girls, small toys, balls, stickers, crayons, bubble gum. Add in a few things that kids need: a toothbrush, toothpaste, socks, underwear. You’ll be surprised by how much you can get into a shoebox, and you’ll be surprised how inexpensive it can be, particularly if there’s a dollar store in your area. You can wrap the box if you want, but you don’t have to. (I buy clear plastic shoeboxes myself, and don’t wrap them. After they’ve been opened, the kids can put the stickers on them and use them to store things. These kids don’t have much, so even a plastic box can become a treasure.)
Once you’ve filled the box, you can go HERE, to Samaritan’s Purse and make a donation of $7.00 for shipping and handling. The automated system will give you a label with a tracking number on it which you stick to the box, and help you find the nearest drop-off location in your area by using your zip code. Go ahead, do a quick check to look for drop-off locations in your area, just for grins.
And that’s it! You’ve made some underprivileged child very, very happy, and sown the seeds of kindness. Why wouldn’t you want to do it? Watch the video and see how easy it is:

 

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