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Malachi 1:11

Ganges

Posted December 9, 2016  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

It is an assault on the senses. As we walk down the narrow streets littered with trash and discarded food, the air is filled with the aroma of burnt corn, mixed with the waste of free-roaming cows. Every turn provides both a familiar smell and an unrecognized odor. Temples, idols, and creatures that appear to belong in a Hollywood horror film stand guard at the head of every street, their shadows growing longer with the setting of the sun. Each of these weather-beaten idols is decorated with fre... Keep Reading

Spiritual Warfare - N. India

Posted April 28, 2016 |0 Comments

by Kunal M. After graduating from a theological seminary in 1991, Kunal began his ministry as a church planter in India. He is currently pastoring a church in a city of northern India, and he is burdened for preaching the gospel in the surrounding villages that are still unreached. He has been able to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in over fifty villages that had previously never been reached, and he continues to labor in this ministry of evangelism. This report contains several prayer reque... Keep Reading

by Yehoshua (S. India) Yehoshua was born in a Hindu family of the Dalit caste, which is made up of those who are considered the “untouchables” of India. After he was converted, the Lord called him to serve in the ministry. He is now the pastor of a church in southern India and is taking courses at a Bible institute. This report contains information about his new members. Praise the Lord for His faithfulness! I just wanted to give you an update on the work of the Lord here. The gosp... Keep Reading

Autonomy! - North India

Posted April 28, 2016  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

The following is an interview with Rehir G. of North India. Rehir has been in the ministry since 1995. At first, he was an evangelist and traveled all over his district sharing the good news of Jesus. In 2001, he began training other missionaries to better equip them for service. He now continues in both of these ministries, in addition to his role of pastor at his local church. The following is an interview with Rehir that was conducted by India coordinator Jeff S. in August of 2015. Jeff S. &... Keep Reading

After graduating from Delhi University, Raphu worked for seven years as an evangelist with India’s Campus Crusade for Christ. Afterwards, he began praying that the Lord would lead him to do church planting among an unreached people group in South Asia. Providentially, he met HeartCry missionary Rebekah, and the two have recently been married and are now working in Bhutan. Dear HeartCry Supporters: First of all, we would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks for you... Keep Reading

Connor H. is working with a group of HeartCry missionaries in a very unreached part of North India. His ministry involves church planting and leadership training. Dear Saints in Christ: I pray that you are near the Son of God, trusting in Him, and growing into His likeness day by day. Our journey is so short, and each day given to us is an opportunity to know and become more and more like Him. My prayer for you is that you would strive by His Spirit in this journey to Christlikeness. I’m... Keep Reading

Samuel is a pastor and missionary leader in South India whom HeartCry began partnering with in February 2013. He is married with two children. Together with his father, Samuel oversees a missionary organization that is currently supporting and training several pastors who labor in the villages surrounding his city. Dear Brothers and Sisters: Greetings in the name of our Lord, Saviour, and Redeemer, Jesus Christ! We know we have only one mission this side of eternity, and that is to glorify our... Keep Reading

After graduating from Grace Bible College, Sunder primarily worked planting a church in Gujarat, India. In 2004, he moved back to his native state in South India, where God has graciously used him to plant another church. We are writing to express our deepest thanks for your support through the years to Light House church. Words cannot express how much we appreciate your prayers and financial sacrifices on our behalf. Simply stated, if it were not for the generous gifts provided by you, we coul... Keep Reading

The Harvest Is Plentiful | By Sunder R.

Posted November 10, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

After graduating from Grace Bible College, Sunder primarily worked as a church planter in Gujarat, India. After planting a church, he moved back to his native state in South India in 2004. Since moving, God has graciously used him and allowed him to plant another church. Last week, I was blessed to visit and teach in a small village church about four hundred kilometers away. This was a very special trip for me, for I was able to reunite with Pastor Asa*. In 1998, God graciously used me to lead ... Keep Reading

The Madman Cured

Posted November 10, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Seth* was raised in a devout Hindu home and was saved from his idolatrous tradition when he was invited to a church in his home village. After his conversion he studied at a Bible school for three years and was then sent to North India for the purpose of evangelism and church planting. Praise be to God, who has enabled me and my wife Serah* (along with both our children) to serve the Lord here in the northern part of India. We are thankful and amazed that He is using us for the advancement of H... Keep Reading

One Baptism Observed and Another Hindered

Posted June 3, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

I would like to share with you an update about how the Lord is working in our midst. We rejoice in the Lord that His Holy Spirit convicts and converts people (I Corinthians 2:10) and that the Gospel is sufficient to bring sinners to repentance (Romans 1:16). A Baptism Observed Sarai*, a young woman in our church, was baptized on February 1, based upon her profession of Jesus Christ as the Savior and Lord of her life. Last year, she came to our Children's Home for help. Although she has both a ... Keep Reading

Pastors' Training Conference Was Blessed

Posted June 3, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

The recent training conference for pastors in South India was greatly blessed by the Lord. All of HeartCry’s training conferences are designed to help local indigenous pastors to further their understanding of Scripture, which in turn will have a massive impact on their lives and preaching. Just by watching and listening to the pastors who were in attendance, it became obvious to me that the Lord was helping to accomplish these very things. Below are a few quotes from some of the men who a... Keep Reading

Cyclone Relief | Samuel B.

Posted June 3, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Samuel is a pastor and missionary leader in South India with whom HeartCry began partnering in February 2013. He is married and has two children. Together with his father, Samuel oversees the training of several pastors who labor in the villages surrounding his city. The terrifying cyclone ‘Hadhud’ rocked the coastline of Andhra Pradesh and Odisha (in South India) on the October 12, 2014. The mighty winds, moving at a speed of two hundred kilometers per hour, rattled many houses, da... Keep Reading

The Power of the Gospel | S. India

Posted March 18, 2015  by: Sunder R. |0 Comments

After graduating from Grace Bible College, Sunder primarily worked as a church planter in Gujarat, India. After planting a church, he moved back to his native state in South India in 2004. Since moving, God has graciously used him to plant another church. Greetings to you all. We are grateful for your prayers, and we appreciate you all for holding the rope so that we might go to the front lines to labor for the Kingdom of God. I would like to share with you some of what God is doing through us.... Keep Reading

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