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Reaching North India with the Gospel of Jesus Christ

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Rising above Adversity and Persecution

Rising above Adversity and Persecution

In the past several weeks the village of Latehar has received public attention because of heinous crimes being committed.  One of our pastors in Latehar shared a story about a family who was featured in the local paper.  A young man was living with his father who practiced witchcraft.  This father had been the cause of death for three people.  Three people died from very different illnesses after spending several hours with this witch doctor.  This witch doctor practiced satanic rituals and called upon evil spirits to possess  these victims.  Within days all three victims died from abnormal causes.  Many village people became very angry because of the practices imparted on these helpless victims.  In an outrage several of the villagers stormed into the home of this young man and his father.  Five people were stabbed repeatedly including the son of this witch doctor.  Three of these stabbing victims are still in critical condition. Our pastor in Latehar received word of this immediately and knew he must take action to help the local villagers.  He printed 10,000 bible tracts about Jesus Christ and the power of prayer for healing and restoration.  The pastor and some of the believers from the church passed out every tract throughout the village.  Our pastor described that it is a great challenge to rise against the adversity that they face, but it is necessary to share the hope of Christ.  Prior to this time, the church had about 250 members and over the past few weeks it has grown tremendously.  Last week the church building was unable to house the entire church body.  More than... read more

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Shanti Bhavan Medical Center

It became clear that any number of mobile medical ministries or outpatient clinics would not be enough to serve the one million people in this large region who have no access to a hospital or advanced medical care. During 2002, Brother NJ was on a family vacation to Branson, Missouri when he encountered a theater building that provided a vision to him for a 200 bed, full-service medical center to be built near Simdega.

Native Missions

In India, more than half the population has never heard the gospel of Jesus Christ. With a population that has risen to more than 1.16 billion, approximately six hundred million people have never heard the name of Jesus, not even once in their lives.


In 2002, attention was given to the countless homeless children in India. Opening an orphanage is something All India Mission had never intended to do. AIM’s mobile medical team visited several villages, and Dr. Haribabu shared with N.J. (All India Mission’s president) that there were many children there without parents. Most of the children’s parents died either from an accident or a disease.