Join for a Bible Study that Bro. Duke Jeyaraj leads for Modern Young Working Professionals, the Google Gen, from different companies, at his base in the Tirumalgiri area of Secunderabad, India, once a month, on a selected Sunday evening. Text +91-888-604-0-605 for details. The notes of this Bible Study are at www.freshbiblestudy.wordpress.com
Join for an evangelistic outreach to the Google Gen in Hyderabad once a month with Duke on a weekend. Call/text +91-888-604-0-605 for details. Ministry reports are at www.g-4mission.blogspot.com
Welcome to the official
website of Grabbing the Gadget Generation from Gehenna Mission (G 4 Mission)
– a ministry to modern youth founded by Duke Jeyaraj, a young Indian Engineer
turned Bible College Gold Medalist turned Youth Speaker.
What The Bible Teaches About Sex - Duke Jeyaraj
A message that Duke gave to Google Genners of NLAG Church in 2007
RELAY TEAMS - JAMAICA'S VS JESUS'! - Duke Jeyaraj
While Usain Bolt ran 100 meters in 9.63 seconds in the individual event to win gold, he and his Jamaican teams mates ran 100 meters in 9.21 seconds (ave) in the 4 x 100 m relay in the 2012 London Olympics, to create a World Record. That's an illustration for the Biblical truth about the importance of coming together in a fellowship and witnessing for Jesus more effectively. "Two are better than one!" - Eccl 4:9, The Bible. Paul always did ministry with companions. Sometimes it was Silas. He has a brother in the Lord called Barnabas who often travelled with him. Luke, the physician was with him even when others left. He stayed with Aquila and Priscila and did ministry in Corinth. Do you have a relay team when it comes to doing ministry? I have. What I write is posted on the web by three volunteers - Santhosh William, Fenella Nirmal and Florussel Satya. These precious young friends are part of my relay team. The covers for the DVD messages of mine have been designed by Joel Joseph, Theoson Kanagaraj, Ruby Evangel Emmanuel, Navamani Kingsley, etc - all of whom are volunteers with our ministry. These folk are part of my relay team for Jesus! The articles I write are powerfully and pictorially packaged in a magazine, thanks to the creative design skills of Eugene Pandian, another 'wow' volunteer part of this relay team of mine for Jesus. Sharon Preeti is also part of this relay team, helping me report the meetings I preach in, using her priceless page layout skills, in the same mag. What I write is edited by my young friend Steve Jothiraj with great concentration. He is part of my relay team for Jesus! God bless each person I have named. By supporting my ministry, the Grabbing the Google Generation from Gehenna Mission, month after month, Indian friends who would not like me to name them, become a vital part of my relay team for Jesus. I do not have time and space to name each and every member of my relay team for Jesus in this short piece. Are you part of a relay team for Jesus? Join a relay team for Jesus and speed up the work of the Gospel!
THE EPIC RACE & GOD'S GRACE!
Duke Jeyaraj's Good News Presenting Poem on the London Olympics 100 Meters Dash Final which Usain Bolt won on 5 August 2012.
It was on the London Olympics 2012 100 meters final dash the world's eyes did lock,
To watch this one heart-stopping event live people from all over the world, to the Olympic stadium did flock,
To catch this breathtaking sprint live on TV, folks like me in India, woke up as early as two o' clock,
The cynosure of all eyes was 'Lighting Bolt' Usain Bolt - no athlete in recent times, like him the universe, did rock,
After his pre-race theatrics for the crowds (including Prince Harry and William) and the cameras, Bolt crouched on the starting block,
At one point in the race, he was third last, and the question did arise if someone his Olympic title, from him would possibly knock,
But he blazed forward as the finish neared - it was as if he alone ran while others' legs were arrested in some sort of a padlock,
How To Recognize That You Have A Call For Fulltime Ministry - Duke Jeyaraj
Duke Jeyaraj on Tatenda Taibu's choice to join fulltime ministry quitting cricket
The website, mid-day.com posted the following lines about Tatenda Taibu's retirement: Tatenda Taibu suprised many with his decision to retire from international cricket at the age of 29 yesterday. “I just feel that my true calling now lies in doing the Lord’s work,” Taibu was quoted as saying in the media, “and although I am fortunate and proud to have played for my country, the time has come for me to put my entire focus on that part of my life.”
When Bonucci Closed Balotelli’s Mouth - Duke Jeyaraj
Duke Jeyaraj draws a spiritual lesson from a riveting image of Euro 2012
Though Spain won the Euro 2012 in style, it was an Italian player who caught my attention. I am referring to the black footballer of Ghanaian-descent , Mario Balotelli, just 21 years of age. Balotelli scored three terrific goals in this championship which is almost as popular as the World Cup. For me, one of the most riveting memory of Euro 2012 involved an incident featuring Balotelli. After being overlooked in the starting lineup for Italy's group game versus Ireland, He came in to play during the dying minutes. He scored a sensation bi-cycle kicked 90th-minute goal. Instead of celebrating his sensational goal, Balotelli looked towards the Italian bench and started mouthing some thing angrily. Sensing that what Balotelli said could land him in trouble, his Italian team-mate Leonardo Bonucci followed him, and instantly closed his mouth, hugging him tight. This quick action of Bonucci, prevented Balotelli from getting a red card that would have perhaps banned him from playing the remaining games of Euro 2012. If not for Bonucci’s presence of mind, Balotelli may not have played in the Euro 2012 semi-final where he scored two stunning goals for Italy in their game against Germany, who were hot favorites to win the title. 'So I put my hand in front of his mouth just in case, because Mario is instinctive but that is also his strength,' Bonucci explained to reporters after that match.
The results are out. And you are down and out. The reason? You’ve failed. Flunked. Your friends who’ve passed with flying colours call you up to ask how much you’ve scored. And you turn sour. Or it is possible that you failed to make it to the Medical college by just one mark. Or that Engineering seat in a coveted college by a whisker. How do you deal with such a predicament? Such heart-breaking pain? Here are some Bible-baked steps you might want to consider: