Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • NPNC-Tikapur training center opening

    Leadership Development Training

    July 29, 2016 | National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

    Ten women and seven men were trained from 13 different churches and four districts of mid and far west Nepal through T Leadership Training. During our training, seven policemen and one child were killed by a violent mob. This incident led to a clash between two groups of people living in that region. This was … Read more

  • Big Concern

    July 29, 2016 | Bible Faith Mission

    The Dalit and Tribal people, due to their economic and financial instability, are unable to contribute proper tithing and regular income to the church. They have trouble covering their own expenses like housing, medical needs, children’s education. The government denies constitutional benefits because of their Christian faith. Therefore, income of the local church is not … Read more

  • NPRH Ministry Office

    Windows Project

    July 29, 2016 | RHC, Nepal

    Our Mercy Project, which supports widows, is going well. We are trying to set an example for people who don’t care about this less-fortunate group. And the widows are happy and have learned to pray. Through this we are able to help 40 older and single people in our community. Some of them received the … Read more

  • commissioned master trainer S (center) works with a drug addict to get freed from drug addiction.

    Training of Master Trainers (MTs)

    July 28, 2016 | Joshua Vision India

    The Master Trainers did their field research in their respective mission fields and returned the third week of January. Their training included learning the “drip irrigation” system, taught by an agricultural scientist. The weather conditions have become unpredictable and the Indian government has taken up measures to help farmers by providing drip irrigation infrastructure at … Read more

  • IEM office staff, Bangalore, India

    Greetings

    July 21, 2016 | Indian Evangelical Mission

    I t is a joy to be in touch with you again this month. We thank God for His faithfulness and guidance in our mission. When we look at the challenges we face in ministry I am reminded of Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 4:8, “We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; … Read more

  • bikes

    Outreach to Children & Youth

    July 20, 2016 | COI, India

    We gave 100 children in two communities a bicycle, which blessed them immensely.   Learn more about this ministry here.

  • Many Thanks

    July 18, 2016 | National Christian Network

    The task before us is overwhelming sometimes. We need God’s guidance and providence along the way to pursue His will. We are grateful for your active support and fulfillment of our requests at all times. This has enabled us to work in a greater measure to achieve our goals and fulfill the desires of God … Read more

  • Greetings

    July 18, 2016 | DBI, India

    Greetings from New Delhi in the name of our Lord! DBI has been spreading the message since 1954 through its teaching and training ministry. On 1 January 2005, we launched a new vision. Vision 2025 is about Promoting Reconciliation by establishing Transformational Communities through the equipping of leaders which transform communities. There are six components … Read more

  • Anti-Trafficking Awareness

    Anti-Trafficking Awareness

    July 13, 2016 | Oasis India

    Our ministry received permission from the Education Department of Mumbai to conduct awareness sessions on human trafficking (prevention) in government schools. In three different schools, more than 600 children gained information on the issues of human trafficking. They learned how to protect themselves and their role in bringing a positive change in their communities. The … Read more

  • Greetings!

    July 11, 2016 | South India Gospel Outreach

    In the early days, people of the majority faith, mostly militants, opposed God’s work in church buildings. Now they have targeted house churches, any gatherings and functions of house churches and their growth. They see house churches as a threat to their religion. Hence, they file cases forbidding the start of a church in residential … Read more