Jisna George,
Lower Kindergarten

 

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LKG

My name is Pushpa Maity. This my 15th year teaching; 4 years at Riverside. I love the children in my Lower Kindergarten classroom and I love teaching them. Sometimes it gets hard because I have 54 students, which is also great because it means that Riverside is growing as a school. I think it’s God’s plan for me to be at Riverside. I am so happy to sing, play & dance with children. I also like to spend my time and go on walks with my students. Please pray for my students and for my future at Riverside School.

This class is sponsored by Debi Sanders and Dennis Shannon.

 

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Little Boy in a Big World

   Moajesh is a new student in Lower Kindergarten. As the smallest boy in the class, he cries almost every day. As soon as the morning assembly ends, he can be seen collecting his backpack and charging for the door, screaming for his mom. His teacher and teacher's...

Exalted of the Lord

       Jeremiah means exalted of the Lord, but for a time in his early life, little Jeremiah of Lower Kindergarten was brought very low. After experiencing the voice of God telling him to name the baby Jeremiah, Riverside Campus Pastor John Prakash thought his son...

Three Stars in LKG

To our sponsor,   Akshaya,  Rajeena and Kranthi Kumari are stars in LKG Even though these three are from different families, they live like they are from the same family. They do everything in union. In one sense, the entire class is under their surveillance. As their...

So many precious souls!

The 2014-2015 academic year brought an astounding 59 little kids to Lower Kindergarten, so Ms. Pushpa certainly has her hands full. Their classroom is a different world for them, brightly decorated with "The Fruits of the Spirit." Even though it is crowded, each...

The Story of Mori told at an International Forum

Corporate Startup Summit, Zurich, Switzerland

An international platform was offered to Solomon as the keynote speaker about his work on Smart Villages at the upcoming Corporate Startup Summit in Zurich, Switzerland. Over three hundred senior executives and academics were inspired by Solomon’s message at the conference. His theme was – Moral values should be the foundation for Business Models, otherwise they are bound to fail. He observed this first hand from his grandmother, an entrepreneur who sold her products internationally from her village at a time when there was no power, internet, mobile phones, information, data, resources or platforms. Solomon will lend a voice to the people in the  downtrodden underserved markets for whom the global brands ignore. Driven by greed large company make products for the rich as they have deep pockets. At Berkeley, Solomon teaches that low margin business models based on high volume yield the same results. Firms often go after the low-hanging fruit as they lack patience implement the long-term vision which requires commitment to moral values and benevolent leadership.

He was invited by the executives of the conference sponsor (Migros) who read his book.  Migros is Switzerland’s largest retail company, its largest supermarket chain and largest employer. It is also one of the forty largest retailers in the world. It is structured in the form of a cooperative society, with more than two million members. Migros is founded in 1925 on moral values they still hold dear to this day. For  example they do not sell alcohol in their stores. His book was given away for 99 cents during the conference. “There is no better way to lift up the Name of Jesus to this sophisticated group of executives” Solomon said.