In June 2002, in the Stavropolsky Region of Southern Russia, torrential rains devastated towns and communities in one of the worst natural disasters in Russian history. Floods and mudslides took the lives of hundreds, and thousands were left homeless. Human suffering was extreme. Roads, bridges, and gas pipelines were severely damaged, and despite the government’s best efforts, even one year later many areas had not recovered.
Touched by this terrible tragedy, in June 2003, over 200 followers of Sathya Sai Baba and medical doctors came from Ukraine, Byelorussia, Kazakhstan, England, Germany, Poland, and other parts of Russia to serve at
a free International Medical Camp. Over eight thousand people were examined by the medical team, embodying Sai Baba's vision of providing the most compassionate care combined with state-of-the-art medical technology.
Many Sai Devotees also volunteered at the local orphanage, hospital, school, and prayer hall, and many homes were repaired, cleaned, painted, and made whole again. These devotees brought food, clothing, hope, and love for thousands.
There is no greater joy than experiencing Sai's love in action, and not only did the devotees bring His love to their brothers and sisters, but these experiences forever changed their own hearts as well.
This film was produced by Gene Massey.