Ninety-five percent of one of the oldest indigenous groups in India, the Souras, live in the hills and mountains of Odisha state in Northeastern India. The Soura community depends mainly on agriculture and labor for income. However, the climate and hilly terrain make farming difficult for most of the year, producing a limited supply of crops. Further, those dependent on labor do not receive steady work. The status of the Soura population within India has had challenges with low literacy rates and facing discrimination as “untouchables” of Odisha. Soura widows are often marginalized within their communities and struggle to provide for the family. Business training, financial support, and the generosity of Christians living out their faith in word and deed can help empower and dignify widows despite any barriers.