The Wide Roads of Mumbai is the true story of Alex Sam. Orphaned as a baby in India he was left in the care of a Christian orphanage, from there his life journey took him to the railway stations, streets and jails of Mumbai. A chance encounter changed the direction of his life and today Alex Sam cares for orphans and is an advocate for orphans all over the world.
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Alex Sam, grew up in Emmanuel Orphanage and lived a pathetic life in the streets of Mumbai for many years. God brought him back to the orphanage as a prodigal son. After completing his Biblical studies, he worked with the same institution for several years in different capacities. Alex’s wife, Sunita Marandi, also grew up in the same orphanage because her parents were unable to care for her. They both heard God calling them to start an independent ministry among the tribal community of India. They chose Pakur to be their base location. Hence the foundation of Everett Mission was established by God’s grace and the prayers of many friends. God has blessed them with four kids—Abraham, Angie, Grace and Allison.
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