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Kidnapped India Christians Forced To Participate In Humiliating Hindu Temple Ritual Then Released!

Posted by Job on March 12, 2008

More than 60 Christians who were kidnapped by extremists in Himachal Pradesh, India, on February 27 were released unharmed. However, the kidnapped Christians were forced to participate in a humiliating ceremony at a religious temple before they were released. Click here to read the news story about their release.
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We also learned today that Gospel for Asia missionary Haresh Kujur was released after being kidnapped March 1. He was conducting a youth program at his church in Assam, India, when a group of anti-Christian extremists abducted him. No other details about his release are available at this time.

Please keep both of these situations in your prayers, even as we rejoice over the release of these Christian brothers and sisters.

K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President

Himachal Pradesh Kidnapped Christians Released

Anti-Christian extremists have released the more than 60 Christians they kidnapped on February 27 in Himachal Pradesh, India. None of the Christians were harmed during their ordeal, and none were members of GFA-related churches as was previously thought. The kidnapped Christians were forced to endure a humiliating ceremony at a religious temple before the extremists gave them anti-Christian literature and let them go.

The radical group responsible for the kidnapping, while part of a system that keeps Dalits and other low castes in virtual slavery, covered their own agenda by publicly accusing Christian missionaries of trying to split the nation of India along caste lines.

This leader also falsely claimed that missionaries offered inducements to low-caste people to lure them into converting to Christianity. Himachal Pradesh’s ruling anti-Christian political party believes that keeping people in the traditional religion brings unity to the state, and ultimately to the entire country. It is reported that the group who kidnapped these Christians is affiliated with the political party.

It is not unusual for these extremists to kidnap believers and try to force them to bow before the statues that represent the country’s traditional gods. If the Christians refuse to bow, they risk being ostracized from society, which brings much shame in the Asian culture in which they live.

GFA’s correspondent is thankful for the prayers for these believers, and says that by God’s grace, they are safe. However, religious and political tensions in the area are still strong. Please pray that these Christians and others near them will trust in the Lord and not fear.

Read the original report here.

Learn more about Himachal Pradesh, where the kidnapping took place.

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Bible League: Jesus Christ Changing Lives In India, Kenya, Colombia, Middle East

Posted by Job on March 5, 2008

They could ALL receive Bibles

They could ALL receive Bibles
India–Like many preachers in India, Nikhil had no formal training—he simply felt called to lead a congregation. But once he realized there was so much to learn, he turned to a Bible League-trained Christian who was offering Bible studies. Read more

Taking a stand for the Gospel

Taking a stand for the Gospel
Middle East–Aaqib refused to give up when he encountered difficulties in establishing a church. Because of his faith, more Christians are now sharing the Gospel in an area where Islam dominates. This church and others like it are beacons for Christ amid strife and violence. Read more

Breadth of mercy

Breadth of mercy
Colombia–Envigado, Colombia is home to more than 175,000 people. Surrounded by lush green hills and winding roads, walks on dirt paths and through the mountains are inevitably routes taken daily. One Colombian man shares his story of a winding path that led him into the arms of a loving Savior. Read more

God's Word continues to go forth in Kenya

God’s Word continues to go forth in Kenya
Despite deadly riots and widespread violence in Nairobi, as well as in Kenya’s eastern and western provinces, Bible League staff members are continuing ministry. While three ministry areas have been completely shut down, Bible League staff members are pressing their
way through the tense spiritual environment. Read more.

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Gospel For Asia: Answered Prayer Amid Danger In India

Posted by Job on March 5, 2008

One of our missionaries, Gautam Taru, is back with his family after severe threats
forced them to leave their village for a few days. The police, who previously did nothing to protect Gautam, are now actively trying to help him.Read this update on Gautam to find out more about the situation, which is far from stable.

Praise God for these answers to prayer. Please continue to lift up this brother, who is risking his safety to share the Gospel. Thank you for being part of his ministry through your prayers.

Yours for the unreached.
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President

“We are extremely grateful for your prayers for Pastor Gautam,” wrote Gospel for Asia’s correspondent in Madhya Pradesh, India. “The situation has calmed down.”

Police have stepped in to protect GFA missionary Gautam Taru after extremist groups threatened him last month. The group told him he must leave the village within three days or face “serious consequences.” At first, police simply advised Gautam to leave the village until things settled down. Gautam sent his wife and children to stay with her
father for their protection, and he sought shelter at the GFA state office.

The anti-Christians did not leave him alone, however. They actively planned to lodge an official complaint against him, compelling many people to give false testimony against him. And three days after the original threat—the day the group said Gautam would face serious consequences—the situation looked ominous.

“Every day, the fanatic group goes to the village to inquire whether Pastor Gautam has left the place or not,” our correspondent wrote that day. “We even heard that they are preparing a person to pretend that the pastor gave him money to become a Christian.” However, now that the police have said they will protect Gautam, the situation appears to be calmer. Pastor Gautam was able to join his wife and children at his in-laws’ home. But the anti-Christian sentiment is still strong. Pastor Gautam asks for prayer for safety to continue his ministry.

Read the original report about the threats against Pastor Gautam.

Madhya Pradesh is Pastor Gautam’s home state.

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Gospel For Asia Prayer Alert: Christians Kidnapped In India!

Posted by Job on February 28, 2008

I am coming to you today asking for your fervent prayer for a group of Christians who have been kidnapped in Himachal Pradesh, India.  Read the full story here: http://links.mkt561.com/ctt?kn=3&m=989699&r=NTE2NDg4OTczNAS2&b=2&j=MTAyMDQ1NTQyS0&mt=1

Their captors are thought to be the anti-Christian extremist arm of the state’s ruling political party.  Initial reports are that the extremists are trying to get the Christians to renounce Christ and follow their country’s traditional religion.  Please join me in praying
for these Christians, that their faith would not waver.

K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President Gospel For Asia

About 40 Christians were kidnapped February 27 by anti-Christian radicals in Himachal Pradesh, India. The extremists reportedly took the Christians to a religious temple and are trying to force them to renounce Christ and return to the country’s dominant faith. Initial reports from the area indicate that some of those kidnapped are part of a Gospel for Asia-related church in the village where the kidnapping occurred.

GFA leaders in Himachal Pradesh ask for prayer for those who were captured, that they will stand firm in their faith, even in this difficult time. They also ask for prayer for the overall situation for Christians in this northwest Indian state.

An anti-Christian political party controls Himachal Pradesh, and it is possible that the group who kidnapped these Christians is affiliated with the political party. One of this party’s goals is to convert Christians to India’s predominant religion. It is not unusual for these extremists to kidnap believers and force them to bow before the statues that represent the country’s traditional gods. If the Christians refuse to bow to the statues, they risk being ostracized from society, which brings much shame in the Asian culture in which they live.The extremist ruling party believes that keeping people in the traditional religion brings unity to the state, and ultimately to the entire country. Since Christianity is so radically different than the other religions, a person’s decision to follow Christ creates friction
in families and sometimes entire villages.

Himachal Pradesh is a mountainous area that forms India’s border with Tibet. It is India’s
least evangelized state. Read about the history of this state here.

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Evangelism Road Trip

Posted by Job on February 28, 2008

A grueling schedule does not dampen the enthusiasm of Gospel for Asia’s mobile teams! These six-person teams will go to whatever lengths necessary to share the Good News with those who have never received it before. Click here to see how they do it.

Your prayers for these missionaries are making a difference as thousands hear the Gospel for the first time. Thank you for your heart for them!

Yours for the lost, K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President

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Gospel For Asia: New India Believer Turns Successful Islands Evangelist!

Posted by Job on January 29, 2008

Giri, a new believer in West Bengal, brought more than 100 people to a saving knowledge of Jesus through his testimony. Read how the Lord used this believer to pave the way for Gospel for Asia missionaries to disciple the people.

I think you’ll agree with me when I say it is a blessing to hear how Asian believers
are so faithfully sharing the Gospel. They are excited because the Lord
has transformed their lives.

Yours for the lost,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President

Dashing along the waves in a small motorboat, Rasul Layak, Gospel
for Asia’s island ministry leader in West Bengal, India, traveled to
meet a small group of local believers for a prayer meeting. When he
stepped onto the shore he was shocked: There stood Giri Banke with 150
believers to greet him.

Giri, a criminal investigator, had received the love of Christ in
his life and was faithfully following the Lord, but Rasul had no idea
that Giri was involved in ministry as well. Since his transformation,
Giri had been sharing the Gospel in five surrounding villages, and many
people had come to Christ as a result.

Seeing that the number of believers had grown so large, Giri
realized they needed a full-time pastor to conduct worship services and
disciple the people. So he had called Rasul to come to a prayer meeting
to see the need for himself.

After the prayer meeting, Rasul went to visit Giri’s cousin, Priti
Rajat, who was also involved in outreach in a nearby area. She hosts
five prayer groups of about 50 people each who have recently come to
know the Lord through her witness. She also leads several women’s Bible
study groups.

As Rasul saw how the Lord was working through Giri and his family,
he knew it was time to send missionaries who could help minister to the
people’s long-term needs. When he returned home, he found three young
men who felt called to serve on the islands. They all had recently
graduated from GFA Bible colleges and were eager to begin ministry.

Gospel for Asia native missionaries provided relief for flood victims in West Bengal.

Learn more about the Indian state that is home to the islands where Giri and Priti live.

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Gospel For Asia: How Effective Gospel Tracts Are In India

Posted by Job on January 17, 2008

How much does
salvation cost? The Bible tells us that salvation is the free gift that
God gave us that first Christmas—His Son, Jesus Christ. But what about
those who still don’t know about that gift? One of the easiest ways for
them to hear the Good News is by reading a simple Gospel tract. Click here to view a photoshow about how one GFA Mobile Team uses Gospel tracts to multiply its ministry.

These tracts only cost half a penny each to produce. They are printed in dozens of
languages so that many more can read about God’s greatest gift—Jesus
Christ.

Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President http://gfa.org

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Gospel For Asia: Christian Missionary Attacked On Train In India

Posted by Job on January 15, 2008

Can you imagine boarding a plane and being attacked by other passengers because you
were a Christian? Arun faced this terrifying situation when he shared his faith with another passenger on a train in Haryana, India.
Learn more about Haryana, the Indian state where Arun serves, here.

May your faith be strengthened as you read this powerful story of Arun’s willingness to suffer for Christ. Please keep Gospel for Asia’s missionaries in your prayers. Opposition like this is a daily fact of life for many of them.

Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan

Founder & President

As the train pulled out of the station and bumped down the track, Gospel for Asia native missionary Arun Brajendra found his seat. Striking up a conversation with another passenger, he saw an opportunity to share the love of Jesus. So, with a Gospel booklet in
his hand, he began outlining the steps to becoming a follower of Christ. Little did he know that he was about to pay a great price for obeying the Lord’s call on his life.

Arun grew up in a nominal Christian family, but in August of 1997 he wholeheartedly gave his life to the Lord. He soon answered a call on his life to full-time ministry and left his secular job to travel with an evangelistic group across India.

During this time, Arun read an article about missionary Graham Stanes and his two sons who were burned to death by anti-Christian extremists. Challenged by this missionary’s dedication, Arun felt the Lord calling him to serve regardless of the cost. So, he enrolled in
Bible college to further prepare himself for ministry. Following graduation from the GFA Bible college, Arun went to serve in Haryana, India. As he boarded the train that day, Arun looked for someone who needed Christ. He began discussing the Gospel message with the person sitting next to him.

Out of nowhere, some of the other passengers jumped up and began beating Arun. They were anti-Christian extremists and had been listening in on his conversation. Tearing his clothes and destroying his Gospel literature, the extremists kept attacking Arun until he fell to the floor unconscious. As the group was ready to throw him off the train, another passenger came to his rescue.

After a few days rest, Arun became well enough to continue his ministry. Although he was badly injured in the attack, his resolve to reach the lost was only strengthened. Since the attack, Arun has faced more opposition along the way. However, he counts it a blessing to be able to suffer for the name of Jesus to be proclaimed. Through perseverance in his ministry, Arun recently started a church where 40 people now regularly worship.

Arun requests prayer that more people will come to know Jesus as he shares the Gospel message with those who have never heard it before. GFA field leaders also ask for prayer for protection for Arun and his new wife as they serve in an area where many are opposed toChristianity. Read about two other missionaries who were recently attacked in Haryana. Learn more about Haryana, the Indian state where Arun serves, here.

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Gospel For Asia: Missionary Identifying With Christ

Posted by Job on January 15, 2008

It was only 6:30 p.m. when Gospel for Asia missionary Girji Mathew started home from a prayer meeting on his bike. But it was very dark, and four men stopped him, shouting insults about Christians. By the time the four men were finished with Girji, they had left him for dead. Read the story here.

Every day, Christians and missionaries like Girji face persecution for their faith. I want you to know how much your prayers mean to them-and to me. You are standing with our family in Christ, and the Lord is faithful to them. May the Lord bless you.

Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President

It was only 6:30 p.m. when Gospel for Asia missionary Girji Mathew started home from a prayer meeting on his bike. Only an hour and a half before, he had gone to the prayer meeting even though it was getting dark and the sky threatened storms. Now, it was very dark and difficult to ride without hitting potholes.

Suddenly, four men stopped Girji, shouting insults about Christians to him. Then they began beating him severely, even smashing a large flashlight against his head. By the time the four men left Girji, they thought he was dead. They stole the missionary’s wristwatch, cell phone and $63 in cash.

Girji somehow managed to get to the next village, where some local people took him to the hospital. Girji told police what had happened, but they were not able to identify his attackers.

After medical treatment, Girji returned home, praising the Lord for saving his life and giving him the opportunity to identify with Jesus’ sufferings. However, there are some hindrances to his ministry. Fighting in his area has caused an evening curfew to be put in place, and no one is allowed to go outside at night, which makes his usual evening prayer meetings impossible.

Girji asks for prayer for his ministry to continue despite the obstacles, and for the Lord to bring much fruit. Read more about Girji Mathew’s state, West Bengal.   How real is persecution to the Church in Asia?

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Gospel For Asia: With Gospel Tract North India Cave Man Fins Jesus Christ!

Posted by Job on January 14, 2008

How much does it
cost to take the Gospel to someone in a remote, mountainous area of
North India? In some cases it costs less than a penny—the amount it
takes to print a Gospel tract. In Himachal Pradesh, one tract even
brought the Good News to a man who was hidden inside a cave! Read an amazing story of how his life changed because of a simple tract.

Please pray with me that as more and more tracts are distributed, thousands and even millions will come to know the Savior.
Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan

Founder & President

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Gospel For Asia: India’s Jesus Wells Bring Showers Of Blessing

Posted by Job on January 14, 2008

Can you imagine
having to travel nearly two miles—and possibly even farther—just to
find water? Neelam would often walk this distance to draw water for her
household. Then she had to travel all the way back, balancing the heavy
pail!

But life became much easier for this family when a Jesus Well was drilled in their village. Read the story of how God used this Jesus Well to meet their physical and spiritual needs.

As you pour
yourself a glass of water today, may you be reminded to pray for other
families like Neelam’s. Please pray that not only will their physical
thirst be met, but that they will embrace salvation in Jesus to satisfy
their spiritual thirst.

Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President http://gfa.org
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Gospel For Asia: Ministry Behind Prison Bars

Posted by Job on January 12, 2008

Gospel for Asia
missionary Chandran Paranjoy recently spent more than two weeks in jail
after being accused of forcing people to convert to Christianity. The
Lord used him mightily during his time there. Now many inmates are
thirsty for God’s Word. To read Chandran’s story firsthand, please click here.

It is such a joy to hear how GFA missionaries on the field faithfully
follow Christ’s call on their lives. They are willing to serve Him
anywhere, even in a jail cell.

Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan

Founder & President

For 18 days in October 2007, God used Gospel for Asia missionary
Chandran Paranjoy to reach inmates in a jail in Chhattisgarh, India. On
October 5, Chandran and another believer, Sunil, were arrested while
Chandran conducted a prayer meeting. A group of anti-Christian
extremists had falsely accused him of forcibly converting people to
Christianity.

Following their release, Chandran shared with a GFA field
correspondent how they had the opportunity to share Christ’s love with
the other prisoners. Here is the story in his words.

I did have the chance to run away when the villagers came with the
police to arrest us, but I stayed because they had already caught
Sunil, and I thought the mob might harm him. So I just surrendered to
them so I could go with Sunil. I knew that whatever happened, God would
be with us.

A few days before I was arrested, I had a dream that I was put in
jail and was preaching God’s Word. Since that dream, I had been
preparing myself to be put in that situation. So I was not shocked when
they came to arrest us. But when I was brought to the jail, I was
surprised to see that 100 percent of the dream was happening just as I
had seen it.

When we got there, I was introduced to the people who had become
Christians in jail. I told them I was a missionary, and on Sunday I
preached and shared my testimony with them.

The second Sunday we were there, the number of people that gathered
increased to about 30; some of them were Christians and some of them
were not. I taught them about salvation and life in Jesus. Thankfully,
nobody stopped us from worshipping God in the jail. We even were able
to worship with drums and other musical instruments.

Some of the Christian brothers were imprisoned for several years
because they had committed murders and other crimes. However, they
helped Sunil and me a lot and loved talking with us about the Bible.

They were very kind to us, sharing their clothes and food with us.
They told us, “Don’t worry, you’ll only be with us a few days.”
However, I did think that if I had to stay a long time, it would be
nice in some ways because I would be able to thoroughly disciple them.
As I saw the condition of the inmates, I had a strong desire to teach
them more from the Word of God.

Because our court case was not very big, some of the prisoners were
surprised that we stayed as long as we did. They would ask me, “Why are
you still here in this prison?” But I wondered how the prisoners would
grow in Christ if we were released. I thought, “I should be here a
little longer so that I can encourage more brothers.”

I was able to be with 2,000 inmates for those two weeks. I had a
chance to preach to them and talk and pray with them. It was very
exciting. And the entire time we were there, nobody harmed us.

The inmates soaked up the messages from the Bible that I shared.
Before I was released from jail, the prisoners said, “Please come back
each week to preach and teach the Gospel to us. We will get permission
from the jail authorities.” So now, I am still able to go to the jail
and minister.

For the first two days we were in jail, I was sad because I had to
leave my family and friends. But later, it was really neat because I
was able to do so much ministry. And I felt the Lord’s peace that I
would only be there as a guest, not long term.

My wife continually read the Bible while I was in jail, and the Lord
comforted her. Also, many believers, pastors and missionaries visited
her. Even our neighbors came and visited her. And she prayed a lot for
my release during that time.

Sunil was very strong. He trusted the Lord through our entire time
in jail. He was so excited that God helped him to share the Gospel even
in jail. He gained a lot of strength from the prayer meetings we held
there, too.

Now, the villagers who helped falsely accuse us are ashamed. They
feel bad about the trouble they caused. While we were in prison, they
even sent rice to Sunil’s home, but his wife gave it back to them.

Please pray that the ministry in the prison will continue to
flourish. It is so encouraging to see how the Lord used our time there
to open doors for us to share the love of Christ. Also, pray for the
extremists, that their hearts will be softened and they will be open to
the Gospel through our witness. Another GFA missionary, Manja Tamang, has served seven years in a Nepali prison.    Read how many inmates have come to know the Lord through Manja’s life.    Read the original reports about Chandran’s arrest and time in prison.    Learn more about Chhattisgarh, India, where Chandran serves.

 

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Gospel For Asia: Spitting Speaking And 14 Stitches

Posted by Job on January 12, 2008

When Sakha Doli got the news that his brother had just fallen 65 feet off a bridge into a
deep trench, he rushed to be with him. But Sakha did not know that God
was about to do a miracle in his family. Read the story here.

I hope you will be encouraged by this story, and remember that your prayers and heart for the lost are making a huge difference for eternity! God bless you.
Yours for the unreached,
K.P. Yohannan
K.P. Yohannan

Founder & President

Sakha Doli was an active member of the extremist anti-Christian
group to which many in his village belonged. When he met Gospel for
Asia missionary Ratna, he argued with him and told him never to visit
his family or village again. But Sakha’s opposition did not last for
long. He did not realize that Ratna was praying faithfully for him.

It was not long before Sakha’s family heard the shocking news that
their formerly zealous anti-Christian son had become a Christian.

Outraged, Sakha’s family reported his conversion to the
anti-Christian group to which he had belonged. They began threatening
Sakha. His family opposed him at home, too. One day when Sakha brought
home some Christian cassettes and played them, his brother Dhanjoy
became angry. Dhanjoy broke his brother’s cassettes and spat on them,
saying they were a defilement to the family.

Even with all the opposition, Sakha stood firm in his new faith and
even boldly shared the Gospel in his village. But the doors to people’s
hearts did not open until his brother Dhanjoy took a 65-foot fall on
his motorbike.

While riding across a bridge, Dhanjoy had fallen off into a deep
trench and severely injured his head and legs. He was unconscious when
Sakha and his father, Bimal, reached him.

After one doctor said Dhanjoy’s injuries were too severe for
treatment, Sakha and Bimal were with him in an ambulance on their way
to another hospital, but Bimal had no hope for his son’s survival. At
that moment, Sakha strongly urged his father to trust the Lord, both
for Dhanjoy’s survival and for salvation—and Bimal surprised everyone
by receiving salvation right there in the ambulance. They both began to
pray for Dhanjoy, who regained consciousness and began to speak.
Amazed, Bimal began praising God.

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“Doctors left him,” he said, “but God did not leave him!”

Through this miracle, Dhanjoy also received salvation. He spent
eight days at the hospital recovering from his injuries, including a
wound to his tongue that required 14 stitches.

Ratna asks for prayer that he could reach more people like Sakha,
and also that more in the village will come to know Christ and follow
Him as boldly as Sakha.
Sakha lives in beautiful Jammu and Kashmir, India. Many Christians in Asia today face persecution for their faith. Last 15 News Articles News Archives PhotoShows SEND! Magazine

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