Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • NPRH January 2017 Update NPRH Ministry Office Feb 2015 19

    Gospel sharing is bearing fruit

    January 18, 2017 | RHC, Nepal

      We had a great opportunity to share the Gospel with many people. We have been discipling two people, one is Lashakpa and the other, Dandukepan. Lashakpa is a Buddhist teacher. He teaches in the monasteries for monks and nuns. Dandukepan is studying in grade 11. Both of them attend our Church service faithfully and … Read more

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    Rescued Indian girls celebrate Christmas

    January 13, 2017 | Partners International

    Mahima is a Christ-centered organization fighting sex trafficking in South Asia. Mahima is an outreach of Jatiyo Kristiyo Prochar Samity (JKPS) in Kolkata. Rescued girls live in the three Mahima homes. Christmas celebrations are the most awaited program at Mahima. Like every year, this year Christmas was celebrated on the 15th of December. Preparations for … Read more

  • The Gospel that changes lives

    January 12, 2017 | Sundanese Christian Fellowship, Indonesia

    Not everyone is happy to hear the word “Gospel,” especially those who are closed to the Gospel message. For some it is a waste of their time. But not for Yoga*, a Sundanese Christian Fellowship church planter who never tires of sharing the Gospel and will talk about it anytime and anywhere. In the middle of August 2016, … Read more

  • The church planter who wouldn’t give up

    January 12, 2017 | Cahaya Suku

    Who can change the heart of an individual other than the Creator of life Himself? Afief*, a 28-year-old man from one of the Indonesian islands, was a man of bad character. When one of the church planters of Cahaya Suku met him two years ago and shared the good news with him, he refused to … Read more

  • Fighting the horrors of bride kidnapping

    January 11, 2017 | Alatoo Community Development

    Last month, the “Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW)” wanted to learn the extent of the problem of bride kidnapping in their Central Asian region and what happens to the victims. Alatoo Community Development, together with a like-minded organization, held meetings with representatives of that committee in the Alatoo office. Together we … Read more

  • Breaking through the teenage wall!

    January 11, 2017 | Camp Adonai

    Dear Friends, As we shared in last month’s blog, Camp Adonai in Central Asia started a new outreach called OUR TIME, monthly meetings for teenagers. We wanted to keep in touch with teens who had the wonderful experience of camp, yet might not have Christian contact until our next camp. In our region many churches … Read more

  • We were lost; now are found!

    January 11, 2017 | Living Gospel Ethiopia

    As part of the Living Gospel Ethiopia training program in 2016, our team went to many areas where we hoped to develop church leaders. But when we got to many areas, we found that the church leaders were fighting for position. They also had a hatred toward the Ethiopian church planters working in their areas … Read more

  • Right approach opens doors

    January 1, 2017 | Shepherd's Call, Central Asia

    “Because we intimidate people with hell-fire and judgment, they just close their doors to us. In reality, we are the ones who close the doors because we use the wrong approach. We now see that Community Development (CD) can be used as a key in reaching of our community.” These are the words of a … Read more