A Christian agency moves to resource India’s church workers.

By November 8, 2004

India (MNN)–Even as the church in Southern India faces ongoing harassment, Christian Resources International is moving in support of evangelical workers.

CRI’s Harry Palmer says they’re hoping to send two 20-foot containers to Andhra Pradesh and Kerala States by January. “Both of these containers are going to contain seminary materials. There’ll be some Bibles but a lot of theological books in there to help with their library. We need to pray that the literature gets there safely.”

Palmer says they’re trying to raise ten-thousand dollars to ship the containers. Once in motion, it will take three months for the materials to arrive.

Their purpose, he says, becomes even more critical, once put into circulation. They’re trying to send what will be most needed. “Pray that it will meet the obligations. The libraries want to be accredited and these volumes will help them to be accredited. Pray for the nationals that are being taught in the seminary and bible schools that they will be bold and that they will be protected because it’s dangerous what they do.”

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