There are over 1.75 billion South Asians in the world. The vast majority do not follow Jesus and many regard Christianity and the church as unrelated to their culture.
Our vision is for South Asians to become disciples of Jesus.
We work with partners in South Asia and the Diaspora, encourage prayer and connect people for effective outreach.
Jesus came into the world to demonstrate God’s character of love and justice and to open the way to God. He did this by helping people understand that God loved them, healing the sick, showing solidarity with the poor and marginalised, and confronting religious hypocrisy. He didn’t turn anyone away, or condemn guilty people but forgave them. He demonstrated that he has authority and power over nature, evil spirits and even life itself. He was crucified to take the punishment we deserve for being selfish and self-centred, and came back to life a few days later demonstrating that he has authority to do this.
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India: About 750,000 students from India are studying abroad. Pray that many will meet Christians, hear the gospel and respond in faith. Pray that when they return to India they will share good news with families and colleagues.
India, School of Biblical Teaching: Thank God that the Ezra Theology Course sessions were held on Zoom in September and November and that all the students were able to join. Pray for the participants continued spiritual growth as they study and minis..
Nepal: The Covid-19 situation is scary and potentially one in three persons may have been affected. People do not go to hospital until too late because tests and medication are costly. Pray that the Lord will provide protected from the sickness. ..
Christmas: Thank God for his family of believers who have different ways of sharing a ‘Happy Christmas’ with their families and neighbours. Pray that through them, God will reach across communities to make his Son known among the nations.
Pakistan: Schools have reopened in Pakistan. Pray for pupils and teachers at Starfish schools as they attempt to catch up with missed lessons, and for continued protection from Covid-19.