I am Joel Sugunakar Kodali. I live in a small village called Pottipadu, about 30 km from Vijayawda city in Andhra Pradesh India. I’ve done my post graduation in business and also in commerce, and gratefully not involved in any of them directly. Although I have my own small businesses, I am involved in a greater business, serving the Almighty. My strength is to learn from my mistakes. I do not have contentment especially in being productive. I like to do something new all the time, although I may not be an expert in what I do. I am a touch arrogant especially when it comes to doing things unconventionally. I am 75% introvert. I think I am a good leader, and I have my wife’s permission to say so.
God has given me and my wife Swarna a great opportunity to work among several orphan children, the disabled, the old widows and the street children. God has given me and my wife a task to tell all these people that He loves them so much.As a leader of Friday for Christ, God gave me the privilege of reaching out to several young hearts with Word and music.
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