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Amar wept bitterly! As a child, the pain of being deprived of a mother’s touch was next to death. He was not allowed to be with his family. Amar was told he was doomed for life!
But due to the stigma, Amar endured ongoing rejection from the people around him. He was excluded from school. Excluded from parties. And when he was older, his wife found out he once had leprosy and he was forced to divorce her against his will.
In 2015 at Anandaban he wanted to know more about Jesus. His pastor reached out and invited him to church. As a result Amar accepted Christ as Lord and Saviour and was baptised. He is now a school principal and global advocate talking with the Nepali Government to ensure people affected by leprosy are given rights. Amar, once rejected by society, is now highly respected in Nepal and internationally.
Amar visited Australia for World Leprosy Sunday recently and travelled up and down the country meeting and speaking to groups and churches.
Some trip highlights:
Amar was interviewed by Crosslight. Read his interview here
Amar was interviewed by Eternity. Read the post here
Amar was also on 96.3FM. Listen here
Amar also spoke at Deep Creek Anglican Church. You can listen to his sermon here
Join many churches and groups across the country and hold your World Leprosy Sunday between 1 January and 30 April 2018 to help overturn the stigma. Register your interest to order the resources you need to make your day a success!
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