Ammulu was born in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, India. She was kidnapped by a gang while she was still a young child and taken to a brothel house. Unfortunately this is not unusual in Andhra Pradesh, which had more than 1,500 cases of kidnapping or abduction of women reported in 2010. Ammulu was allowed to attend school because educated girls can bring in more money from rich clients. After graduating high school at age 15, she was forced to begin work for the brothel. One night, the man who had booked her became very drunk. Ammulu took the opportunity to run away and soon found herself in a train station. That night a Feed My People pastor was passing out Christian literature at the station.
He introduced himself and his ministry, and Ammulu opened up and told him her story. After talking with her, the pastor brought her to the Feed My People medical college in Tenali, housed in the large building that Global Outreach has been constructing for several years. The college is specially designed to provide an alternative to girls rescued from the sex industry. This summer Ammulu graduated from the two year medical training college and is currently working as a nurse. She has accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior and is a living witness to the healing and transforming power of our risen Lord.
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