. . . . ..This is Abraham Finny Dayasingh(06AF102). Friends call me Binnybhai. Aim in life is to become a politician. Love travelling , photography, cycling. Thank you for visiting my blog. Please leave a comment if you enjoyed.

* Martyred for the Lord!

Committed to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in the nation, GEMS missionary Bro. Sarvan Kumar ministered in the state of Jharkhand in a place called Kiwi. He was attacked by the opposers and died as a martyr on 12th Sep 2010. He was born in a Hindu family in a place called Jhumri Tilaya in Koderma in Jharkhand. He accepted the Lord through GEMS missionary Bro. Victor Immanuel. He right away committed himself to serve Christ passionately. He was always seen moved to tears when praying for the nation. To die as a martyr for the Lord was his desire. He was zealous in preaching the gospel and reaching out to the people. He was never reluctant to go and share Christ in difficult places.

In 1997, GEMS had done preparatory works to conduct a gospel meeting in a place called Sitamarhi, which is believed by the Hindus as the birthplace of Sita. A group of young Hindu fanatics burnt the stage and attacked the missionaries. Bro. Sarvan was also attacked and was severely wounded in his head. Since then, he was very much affected in his health. But still he was never discouraged in sharing the gospel. In 2002 he married Sis. Soni and they ministered as a family. His wife, Sis. Soni was brought up in GEMS Happy Home from her childhood.

Bro. Sarvan who amidst his weakness went to share the gospel was missing since 12th of September. His brothers went in search of him. In the meantime on 15th Sep a newspaper report said that a person was found dead in a well in Garwah. They went and enquired and to their shock they found that it was their brother Sarvan. His body was found in a well in a village called Satharpur which is 3 kms away from Garwah. There were wounds & scars in his neck and face. None of his belongings could be found. The mysterious death of Bro. Sarvan was a big shock to the GEMS family. We request you to pray for his wife Sis. Soni and their child Shabnam aged 5 years.

Bihar which was once called as the ‘Graveyard of Missionaries’ is seeing the harvest of souls these days. We believe that the death of Bro. Sarvan would bring glory to God whom he served until his death and would also rise many who would serve like him, who did not count dear his own life, but only the cause of Christ.