Welcome from James & Kelly Ferrett.

The Ferretts We are the ones behind the Caramels for a Cause. This is the 4th time we have run this event to help raise funds to send for our winter outreach. This year we will be visiting Thailand for a Business as Missions conference and then traveling to Nepal to visit some of the projects we have built relationships with on previous trips. Please read the stories and watch the videos and ask yourself how you can be involved. Thanks!!

03 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Red Light Indian Preschool

15 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Reaching a Nepali Village Plagued by Sex Trafficking

by Carly, DTS Student Villages of Nepal I never thought I could see something with my eyes that would be too much for me to take in. The river running through the mountain ahead of me is hushed by the distance between us. Beyond the river, the Himalayan mountains rise high into the heavens leaving […]

12 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

I Left a Piece of my Heart

by Kenzie K, DTS student Kolkata, India  On the streets in Kolkata, I’m overwhelmed by my surroundings: Dogs itching, horns honking, children running, and never-ending noise. A child runs up and takes my hand, looks up at me, beams, eyes glowing. I smile back, and quickly turn, afraid of my emotions overflowing. Another runs up, […]

30 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

The Gift of Warmth

by Kenzie, DTS student Nepal I’m sitting on a bench surrounded by 34 families–grandmothers, mothers, and children of all ages–who are staring at our team and probably wondering what will happen next. We’re here among the emancipated slaves of the Kamaiya people. For hundreds of years, they served their masters for no pay. Now, they […]

17 January 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Beautiful India

Every morning at exactly 8:30 a lady walks down our street with a large basket of greens, yelling what we can only guess is an advertisement for her goods.  Although foreign, it does seem familiar.  Every time it reminds me of Paul Allen going up and down the hallways yelling his now famous “Come on […]

10 January 2011 ~ 2 Comments

Seeing the Miraculous

“This woman couldn’t even sit down at the start of the prayer time.  Now she has no pain!” Rajansha, our translator proclaimed loudly.  I glanced quickly around the cold room wondering if his announcement had disrupted any of the other groups of women dressed in colorful layers, sitting huddled together on the dirty, tattered floor […]