Memories of Deepak

Deepak Dhingra, 1960-2013
Deepak Dhingra, 1960-2013

We sat down today with Bring Good News international Director Rick Wolford, who shared one of his favorite Deepak stories with us:

I met Deepak on my first trip to India in 2003.  I was quickly impressed with his enthusiasm and commitment to Christ.  It was obvious to anyone who knew Deepak that he had a passion for winning his people to the Lord.  I experienced Deepak’s deep compassion for the hurting and his willingness to do what he could to help them on that visit to India.

Deepak and I were riding in his car with one of his pastors driving, when we hit a farm tractor that pulled out in front of us.  I ended up with a severely dislocated elbow and my right arm in a sling.  It became almost amusing how much Deepak helped me because I couldn’t use my arm.  He felt so bad because I was injured while visiting him.  That happened over 10 years ago and Deepak would still ask me how my arm was doing almost every time I saw him.

I, like all who knew him, am deeply saddened by his passing.  However, I rejoice that Deepak, like the Apostle Paul, can say, “I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.  Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that day.”  (II Timothy 4:7,8)  Please continue to join me in prayer for Simmi, their children, and all those associated with North India Christian Mission during this time of mourning.


3 thoughts on “Memories of Deepak”

  1. Love you Brother. Its very tough to find people like you, who go all the way out to help people in need. You always brought such a great warmth.

    Your sudden demise has shattered us all. May God bless your soul.

    Love n Regards
    Mickey Dhingra

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