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“I was earning enough so all my needs were met, but I still felt something missing,” Fazeen said. Then when she failed her college entry test, she stood at a crossroads. “I started praying, ‘Lord, whatever you want from me I am ready to do.’”
Fazeen saw a TV advertisement for OM’s training. Her parents were hesitant. Fazeen called out to God again. “He showed me the way and I told my parents I am going to OM,” she shared.
Just a week after joining the training programme, she struggled with discipline and rules.
“However, slowly through the different [training] sessions and book studies many things touched my life. Here I learned how to face life challenges, how to serve others and how to live for Christ,” Fazeen explained. “Before learning these things, I was a proud girl but here I learned the real meaning of life. My life is totally changed and I am now leaving OM with a passion to serve God and God’s people. I wish to work among orphans and drug addicts.”
*Name changed to protect identity.
Published: Tuesday, 15 November 2016
Credit: OM International