Help Native Missionaries in Need

Updated June 4, 2010

In early April 2010, a fire damaged part of their meeting place. It will take $5000 to rebuild a sturdy church building for these believers who are now forced to meet outside.

Burned church

The ministry, located in NEPAL, started in 2000. They develop and train church leaders. During the last decade, 180 leaders and church planters were trained and sent back to their own villages to reach people groups such as the Kami. Since then 38 churches have been planted and over 50 fellowships started.

NEPAL is also home to nearly 20,000 Tibetan refugees who have been resistant to the Gospel message. Many live in isolated villages and mountainous areas and they are hard to reach. Tibetan born native missionaries like Caleb travel to these difficult areas to show the love of Christ through education and health care. Caleb and his wife have brought 17 Tibetan children from these villages to be educated in the city. Knowing that their children are being cared for, the people are more receptive and open to the gospel.

Missionaries travel long hours to reach new villages.

In SRI LANKA, native missionaries spend many hours traveling by foot to villages to share the gospel, plant churches and disciple new believers. The Lord has opened a door for several missionaries serving in Sri Lanka to begin evangelism in remote areas among Sinhalese and Tamil people. There is no public transportation to those places.