There are bad books as well as good books. Good books not only impact good results but also good means in human society that needs honesty, hard work, love, non-violence, and peace. We live in the world of survival of the fittest, where wealth is motivation and means do not matter. People in general have become suspicious of others. My neighbor told me that she has difficulty in trusting the hospitals for her treatment. She also has problem of trusting the school teachers where she sends her children to study. Fear of getting cheated and deceived is always lurking in our mind. Corruption, violence, and injustice fill the daily news. What has happened to the moral fabrics of our society? Where are the good books that transform our inner being? We need good books made available to everyone through printed media, radio web, or internet so as to influence good moral transformation in our human society for the good of posterity. This is our vision. We need your partnership and prayers in serving our region.
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Writing ' Workshop

Writing' Workshop is conducted for potential Hindi writers annually to guide them and equip them to write about current issues facing the society and address them with Biblical answers.
Proper direction is given by competent and qualified resource persons to write Articles, Stories, News and Reports.

25th Writing ' Workshop
GBET organized a 25th Writing Workshop (Women's Special) on 19-20th March 2021 at HRDC (Human Resource Development Centre) Ranchi under the leadership of Mr. Pravir J. Simes (Program Manager, GBET). 26 women from Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Andaman attended the Workshop. Rev. Dr. A. K. Lama (Managing Trustee, GBET); Mr. Walter Bhengra (A Tribal Story writer and former TV Journalist) and Ms Neelam Sonali Tirkey (Sr, Producer, Radio Program, Asha Ki Kiran) were the Resource persons. Dr. Lama took the session on ‘Aligning the Biblical Trust to the Contemporary Age’. Mr. Bhengra took the session on ‘Study & Training on Story and Article Writing’. Ms Neelam taught on the ‘Basics and Elements of Writing’.


Rev. Mrs. Soma Bhatkar (Secretary Bible Society of India) was the guest speaker for 20th Morning Devotion. She talked on Writing that it should be true (सच), simple (सहज) and society friendly (समाज के लिए उपयोगी/लाभदायक). During the Closing Ceremony, the Honored Guest Rev. Arun Barwa (Joint Managing Trustee, GBET) shared his view on writing stating that a writer should have a good vocabulary and grammar, writer should not depend on his mood and, he should discipline himself to write every day.

On behalf of the participants Mrs. Harshita shared the feedback, thanking the Resource persons she said, “They encouraged the attendees in a very interesting and wonderful way. They inspired us in all the sessions. We are encouraged to start writing for our Church magazines. Plus this 25th workshop was dedicated to women was like cherry on the cake.”

The Workshop ended on a good note and participants were very excited to have learned about writing. They also expressed the desire to have such workshops often. Mrs. Amita Bakhla was the Coordinator of the Workshop. Ms. Anshu (Communication & Research Officer, GBET) anchored the event. Mr. Vidyut (Sr. Producer, Mahima ke Vachan) and other staff gave their valuable contribution to make this a success.

Pray for the aspiring writers, so that they may be able to guide the readers in a right path with the help of their writing.