Dr. Alice Brauer Reflects on Her Work as a Missionary in India

Dr. Alice Brauer, a retired LCMS missionary who’s been called the church’s “Mother Teresa” for her 45 years of witness and mercy work in India, tells about her service to families in need — providing infant care and care for the elderly and the homeless — and how she has seen the Holy Spirit at work through her mercy efforts to bring others to Christ. The 75-year-old remains in India, continuing to serve part time on her own at Bethesda Hospital in Ambur, working with new mothers and their babies, and assisting the India Evangelical Lutheran Church, an LCMS partner church. Listen to Dr. Brauer as she reflects on her missionary efforts.

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