Story number 3 for 22 Apr 2002

By April 22, 2002

(India)– India has benefited from the respite offered by having two major religious groups turning on each other in India. That’s according to Mission President, G.V. Mathai. “As a whole, they are not as aggressive as they were before. The main problem is between the Hindus and the Muslims. That relieved the Christians from the major attacks, so we thank the Lord for the open door in India to preach the Gospel. The Lord is doing a great work; new churches are being planted; we are sending out many evangelists.” Mathai says there is occasional trouble for their workers, but that hasn’t stopped growth. He adds that their children’s home is another ministry outreach that desperately needs support. “We have 130 children in the home. We need sponsors for those children. We appreciate our prayer partners to remember the ministry of India Evangelical Mission, that the Lord would bring many souls into His kingdom.”

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