At Fullness of Life Ministries, we believe it is important for pastors and evangelists to meet, have fellowship, encourage one another, and to share their experience of ministry work.

Pastor Mani’s ability to read and write English also provides opportunities to translate at conferences and church meetings whenever the need arises like in 2018 when he was invited to Chennai and Bangkok.

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
(Acts 1:8


In 2018 the Ministry faced many challenges, but we also saw miraculous outcomes like this non-believer, who tried to rescue his buffaloes when raging fire destroyed the shed where they were tied up. Seen here in hospital with life-threatening injuries, God worked in miraculous ways to keep him alive. Whilst in hospital the Ministry took care of his wife and two young daughters. Now back on his feet, his injuries are still being healed making it difficult for him to earn a living from picking and selling coconuts as he is no longer able to climb the trees and is hoping that he can share that employment with someone who will pick the coconuts for him. We know that our God is merciful and kind and pray that he and his family will come to know the Lord to whom we give the highest thanks and praise for saving his life.

Food is also offered to those who have no means of earning a living.

People with HIV often live in slum conditions like this mother and baby who welcomed a visit and prayer of hope.

Widows are given new clothing and also receive home visits to pray and encourage them.

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in...”

(Matthew 25:35)




Fullness of Life Ministries supports around 70 children; feeding, clothing and transporting them to school. Many of the children have experienced poverty due to breakdown in family homes, become orphans because of death in the family, or not wanted and are simply left abandoned. Trying to fend for themselves, many live as ‘street children’ in dangerous and unsafe conditions, often ill-treated, or put to work in oppressive and challenging environments. Whenever they’re sick, there is no-one to care for them.

It is important for children to feel safe and secure; they need to be sheltered, protected, and cared for.

As we reach out to these children, it is our hope to establish an Orphanage and Rehabilitation Center for those who are extremely poor, have no parents, or live as street children, within a loving environment where they can be nurtured, educated and develop to lead successful lives in the future.



Here at Fullness of Life Ministries we believe in the sanctity of marriage and to train up the children the way they should grow that when they get older, they shall not depart from those ways.

It was with great joy that we celebrated the marriage ceremony of our first orphaned daughter, Dwaraka in 2018 and continue to see God’s blessing on her life.

"Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing and obtaineth favour of the LORD" .

(Proverbs 18:22)



When children lose their parents, it is unimaginable what will become of them, but God does touch the hearts of those who care like Madhu, a lorry driver [left] from Avanigadda, who first brought ten children aged 6 to 21 to our Ministry’s attention and for two years have worked in collaboration with Fullness of Life Ministries to help and support them. It was with much sadness that one child passed away at the beginning of 2018. In our prayers, we ask for God’s healing hands to restore these children.

Giving to this worthy cause provides for their daily needs and to help them live purposeful lives.