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
Kings XI Punjab's Ice Cool Prince David Miller's Dad & Your King of Kings Dad!
Duke Jeyaraj wraps the Good News around the RCB Vs KXIP game in Mohali on 6 May 2013
He perhaps played the greatest ever IPL innings - 'the 38-ball-101' David Miller, He scored his last 74 runs off just 20 balls, hitting four after four and sixer after sixer, Miller was batting on 41 when the RCB skipper, Virat Kohli, dropped an absolute sitter, It was as if Kohli's hands were made out of butter and 'You have dropped the match, mate' Miller did perhaps silently mutter, And to think just the previous ball, Kohli had given an heated advice to the Vinay Kumar, the bowler, Post that dropped catch Miller, 41 not out then, blitzed 60 runs off 17 balls, RCB's hopes to shatter, As Miller lifted Gayle for a typical V area six, Kings XI won with couple of overs still available as a filler! And you could hear a stadium full of Kings XI fans in Mohali and owner Priety Zinta in joy, holler! Post the match, Miller talked about the batting tips given him by his father, 'When the ball is in the V, hit it over the tree and hit it out of the park when it's in the ark' - so advised the Miller, senior, And on that magic night, obedient to his daddy was David, the brutally brilliant V-area ball-striker!
Duke Jeyaraj talks about a burning issue pitch-forked by the Tom Cruise-Katie Holmes divorce
Hollywood mega-star Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes divorced in July 2012 suddenly. People magazine unearthed the possible reason for the dramatic split: Tom and Katie were belonged to vastly different faiths in their core. The Catholic-raised Holmes embraced Scientology, a religion for which Cruise was a leading spokesman for just before marrying him. This was clearly a case of conversion just for the sake of marriage. Usually such conversions are very shallow. Most often than not, they are a sham. The Katie Holmes-Tom Cruise split led me to cruise through an unfamiliar passage in the Bible: Genesis 34.
SANJAY DUTT AND THE GOODNEWS FROM GOOD FRIDAY - Duke Jeyaraj
Bollywood Actor Sanjay Dutt was sentenced to a five-year jail term for illegal possession of weapons in the 1993 Bombay bomb blast case. Having spent 18 months in jail he will have to spend three-and-half years in prison as per the court verdict released a few days ago. To this he responded fighting back the tears, “I have not applied for pardon. There are others who deserve pardon.” (The Hindu, March 29, 2013). Dutt is saying in-effect here: “I deserve this punishment!” That reminds me of what one of the thieves crucified alongside Jesus two thousand years back said. He said, “We are receiving the due reward of our deeds; but this man (Jesus) has done nothing wrong.” This thief was saying in-effect: “I deserve this punishment!” And he went on to tell Jesus, “Jesus remember me when you come into your Kingdom.” (Lk 23:41-42). This dying thief exhibited two things: a repentant spirit and a visionary faith. He was sorry for the life as a robber. Though Jesus did not look any different from them at that point in time, he had eyes of faith to see Jesus as King of Kings with a kingdom! Upon seeing these two qualities, Jesus promised him paradise (Lk 23:43). The lesson: we may have squandered our lives, we may be sinners of the worst sort, but if we truly repent and totally trust Christ and what he has done for us on the Cross, we too will go to heaven! What is more, life on this earth will be meaningful and purposeful!
ISSUE 30 OF OUR MAGAZINE, The DAYS of Your Youth, JUST OUT! Read it! Share it!
The Days of Your Youth is a magazine published by Duke Jeyaraj, the founder of Grabbing the Google Generation from Gehenna Mission. This magazine wraps Bible Truth around contemporary events Jesus style (Luke 13) and Paul Style (Acts 17). Here are some highlights of this issue:
Prayer lessons from Gethsemane: Duke explores the narrative of Jesus praying in Gethsemane and uses the very word 'g-e-t-h-s-e-m-a-n-e' glean out lessons on prayer. p.3 Triple Thuppakki Truth - Duke brings out three Bible lessons with events from the movie Thuppakki as the starting point, following the Acts 17 Paul approach p.7 Can A Saved Person Be Lost? - Duke answers this all-important question with biblical accuracy, theological depth, practical wisdom sandwiched with modern-day illustrations (Pranab, Steve Jobs, etc) p.9 Grasping Today’s Modern Youth Before Preaching To Them - Duke talks about who the modern youth are, and how we can minister to them effectively presenting powerful Biblical models p.16 Influencing Students To Be Pure - Evangelin Duke talks about how present-day Google Gene students can be won for Jesus p.18 Saved From Certain Death - Kalyan Thumaty's testimony. p. 20 Touching A Total Stranger - Duke Jeyaraj talks about his brush with a stranger enroute to watch a cricket match in the Uppal Studium. p.20 Connecticut School Shooting Lessons - Malini Prabakar reflects on a terrible shooting event that took place in her part of the world and bring some basic Bible lessons. p.21 Not Chemistry, But Charity - starting from a Thuppakki movie event, Mamta Samuel argues that 'chemistry' should be the deciding factor when choosing one's life partner. p.24 Biblical Prevention of Sexual Assault - Bro. Christopher Tharalla explains how sexual assault can be prevented through Bible methods. p.26 Ministry News In Pictures - six pages of ministry news of G4 Mission with each page talking about different aspects of this ministry.p.29 On the last page, we have a gospel presentation starting with a Shah Rukh Khan quote, a pluralism promoting eloquent quote published in Outlook magazine.
You will find an ad in this issue which we expressed our ministry's need for a new two wheeler. Pray and act!
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR GRACIOUSLY EXPRESSED ENCOURAGEMENT TO US
Words of Testimony Received By Duke and Evan (prepared in March 2013)
This is an awesome message - a Christian minister for those in prisons in Corpos Christi, Texas, after watching Duke Jeyaraj’s message video clip on YouTube encouraging youth to say ‘no’ to premarital sex titled, "Sex before Marriage: Preeti Zinta Vs Bible".
You nailed it! – after Duke included the Gospel in his speech on How To Save The Earth in an International School in an Indian City.
This is my Sunday message. – a brother from Bahrain after reading Duke’s Facebook post on the “Life of Pi and animals that say hi.”
Shah Rukh Khan wrote the following words in a recent, widely-talked about essay published by the Outlook magazine group: “For I believe, our religion is an extremely personal choice, not a public proclamation of who we are. It's as person as the spectacles of my father who passed away some 20 years ago. Spectacles that I hold onto as my most prized and personal possession of his memories, teachings and of being a proud Pathan. I have never compared those with my friends, who have similar possessions of their parents or grandparents. I have never said my father's spectacles are better than your mother's saree. So why should we have this comparison in the matter of religion, which is as personal and prized a belief as the memories of your elders.”