As the northern states of MI begin to warm, our brothers in India hunker down for a heat not found in the states. There are days the tempature will clock in at 120 degrees. During these days death is not uncommon. The human body just cannot cope with such heat. To make things worse, the heat creates rolling blackouts. So fans and AC units can only be turned on when the power is on. Sometimes it'll be on in the morning, other times it will be on at night. It is a hard life out in Andhra. But no matter how hard the climate may be, our national pastors travel highway and byway to bring the message of living water to the villages of India. So when you are sweating and looking forward to some frigid AC, remember our brothers across the world.