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Ranjit K. - October 2012

Posted November 1, 2012 |0 Comments

Celebrating Reformation Day It was good to have about 30 evangelists and pastors get together on the Reformation Day (October 31). We had planned to share the life of Martin Luther and explain briefly about the Five Solas. A pastor friend (Moses E.) spoke about the life of Dr. Martin Luther, who posted 95 theses on the church wall of Wittenberg, Germany. The pastor also explained “Sola Scriptura” and basically shared “We as leaders must get back to the Bible.” I spoke o... Keep Reading

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we-preach-Christ-crucified1Vijay's father sitting in front of the church's "we preach Christ crucified" banner, along with some of the potential new church planters. Praise God for these bold and sincere preachers of the Gospel in South India. For indeed Jews ask for signs and Greeks search for wisdom; but we preach Christ crucified, to Jews ... Keep Reading

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I have now returned from our trip to India and Nepal, and I am very thankful for the Lord’s apparent grace that was with us. Our team of five enjoyed many good ministry opportunities and joyful fellowship as we traveled around North India and Nepal. We had three pastors conferences focusing on the preacher’s life, doctrine, preaching, and church that I feel were greatly blessed and fruitful. (I have discussed the first conference in more depth in an earlier post.) The Lord enabled us... Keep Reading

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Ranjit K. - September 2012

Posted October 1, 2012 |0 Comments

This report was written by a young lady from the U.S. who visited with Ranjit K. and his family for several weeks in North India. Jai Masih ki (praise the Lord) friends, What a privilege it is to serve the Lord with you. To give is truly better than to receive; we find no greater joy than in giving ourselves to the Lord for him to use as he wills. It is in our posture of humility that God loves to work and make himself known. Brother Ranjit has asked me to write this update from the perspecti... Keep Reading

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Tags: North India

I am currently on the field in Asia, and I want to praise God for His abundant mercy on our first of three conferences. About 30 pastors, most being HeartCry supported missionaries, came to North India for a five-day conference lead by a missionary friend of HeartCry’s in East Asia. This brother has many years of experience on the mission field in Asia and even more years experience as a pastor in America. I praise God for how in-depth and anointed the teaching was during this conference a... Keep Reading

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Tags: India

Upcoming Trip to Asia

Posted September 14, 2012 |0 Comments

I am writing this post to inform you about our upcoming trip to Asia and request your prayers for us during this time. It has been six weeks since my wife and I moved to Virginia to work with HeartCry, and now I’m preparing to travel to India and Nepal this weekend. Please pray for the work in these two countries. The need for the gospel and for good training is great, but the Lord is accomplishing all His good purposes. I’ll be meeting several brothers there in India, and we’... Keep Reading

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Every false religion has an element of prosperity theology. This can be seen in Hindus’ ritual daily puja, folk Muslims’ community-wide ceremonies to appease evil spirits, and Theravada Buddhists burning of incense; in practice the goal of each is the same – physical and material blessing. I was reminded of this truth recently on a visit to Bali. Each morning, it was commonplace to see Balinese Hindus offering a sesajen in front of businesses or in their homes. It was their way... Keep Reading

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Tags: India

Living in another culture, you begin to understand how much you’ve been shaped by your native land. I never realized how “Western” I was until I moved to an Asian country and began trying to fit-in with all the strangeness around me. Being left-handed I still sometimes forget, for example, not to take and receive things with my left hand, a faux pas in most Asian countries since the left hand is considered unclean. I also often forget that I’m not supposed to touch the to... Keep Reading

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