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Indian youth worshipping outdoors.

Building the Kingdom

Church youth enjoy an activity at a three-day camp in India's Jammu & Kashmir state, fortifying the kingdom of God in a state whose population is 67 percent Muslim and 29.6 percent Hindu. The director of an indigenous ministry said many people are coming to Christ at the church he leads. "Almost every Sunday, six to eight new people and seekers come to the church and accept Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord and receive healing from different types of sicknesses," he said. "To God be the glory." The ministry is building a solid foundation for future growth by discipling youth. "About 40 youths attended the camp, and several of them accepted Christ and rededicated their lives to Christ," the director said. "About 10 to 12 of them decided to take water baptism." The ministry seeks funds for discipleship training, youth camps and Vacation Bible Schools for youth, as well as leadership training for gospel workers and pastors.

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