Recognition has been received from:
Late Rev Dr John Stott, Father of Modern Theology, England
Rev R T Kendall, formerly senior pastor of the Westminster Chapel, England
George Verwer, Founder of Operation Mobilization, England
Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends, USA
Dr Louis Bush, A D 2000 Movement, USA
Mr. Hilton Hayes, Founder of Crossroads Christian Fellowship, Australia
Dr Fred Nile, MP, Australia
Rev Leonard Kingston, former President of World Congregational Churches & former Chairman of Crossroads, Australia
Hugh and Di Willis, Founders of CMDT, New Zealand
Prabhu and Nancy are dreaming even bigger dreams as their horizons expand from India to Asia and beyond, and from the visually handicapped to people suffering from other kinds of physical disability. I wish them every possible blessing from God, and I pray that under His good hand their dreams will come true.
The late Rev Dr John Stott
Oh, Prabhu and Nancy...
I was so encouraged, so deeply impressed with your report of your time in Mauritius -- how wonderful to read the response from the pastors who have caught the Luke 14 vision, and to know that you had so many opportunities to give the Gospel individually, as well as in groups, large and small. Thank you for making the extra effort to journey to such a remote area where most people with disabilities would think they've been forgotten. Bless you for carrying Jesus' banner of hope! Thank you for the great ministry through International Fellowship for the Handicapped. I know that God is using your team in a powerful way, and we will be praying for the "break-through".
Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends
How I thank and praise the Lord for the way you continue to press on impacting so many lives for the Lord Jesus and His Gospel.
George Verwer, Founder of Operation Mobilisation
A great report giving glory to God whose hand has obviously been upon the outreach. Great news – there must be a mixture of elation and tiredness! Well done for the Kingdom! Prabhu & Nancy Rayan are destroyers of any thought that disability means an inability to contribute. Their belief is that everyone has gifts, purpose, calling, and vocation and their tireless work, particularly in encouraging others to see that every soul has a worth causes me to give thanks for their endeavours. I commend them to you.
Lenonard Kingston, Immediate Past Chairman of Crossroads Christian Fellowship NSW INC, Australia