Palmerston North missionary family heading for the slums of India

Next Sunday, Dave and Michelle Mollard from Palmerston North and their children will travel to Delhi in India to undertake missionary and aid work for 14 months. They will work with children and orphans in the slums of India.   Their work will include teaching English to street kids.

Read about them in the Manawatu Standard
Image: Walk Through India

 

 

 

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