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Fernando Gros

very intersting read. I'm now living in delhi and the cultural shifts here towards globalisation/postmodernity are so fast it is amazing. i'd sure be interested to here more about the experiment in bangalore when you end up seeing it.

Gideon Phiri

54% of the populace? Wishing you God's grace as you do your best reaching the youths.

Angeline

Hi, this is Angie from Bangalore.I am a volunteer at Kerygma, and I was just googling to see if there was any feedback about our mag 'Coffee Beanz' on the net, and I found this blog post of yours.got me excited!!
It is really fulfilling to be a part of Kerygma.It has helped me to bring out my potential and use it for God.
Hope you love it when you come here to Bangalore.It is a great place!

jonny

i hope we can visit and see what you guys are up to when we come over? any suggestions for other youth stuff we should visit?...

Agni Sharman

Travelling in Kerala by train is always an amazing experience.

I suggest you travel more in Trains when you come to South of India Next :-)

http://www.simplymalayalees.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=73

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