That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Will You Pray for Rehir G. (N. India)?

Posted December 7, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Rehir G. has been in the ministry since 1995. At first, he was an evangelist and traveled all over sharing the Good News of Jesus. In 2001 he began helping to train other missionaries to better equip them for service. He continues in both of these areas of ministry today.... Keep Reading

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Dear brothers and sisters, I just wanted to give you an update on how the Lord blessed those who attended the pastor’s conference that was recently held in Hyderabad. There were around 110 people in attendance; mostly pastors, with a few believers from local churches.... Keep Reading

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Samuel B. (S. India): The Lord's Work in India

Posted November 30, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Dear brothers and sisters, I wanted to give you a quick update on some exciting things that are happening within the church. As a church, we have already finished our studies in 1 John, and we are now on the verge of finishing our studies in 2 John. On Wednesday nights, we have been studying the book of Philemon. These studies have been a great encouragment for the church.... Keep Reading

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Ranjit K (N. India): A Note of Gratitude

Posted November 30, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

After working for seven years to plant a church in Nepal, he returned to his native state to plant churches in a place of North India where there’s very little Gospel light. He is now working in five villages and has seen the Lord open many doors, and he has built many relationships as a result of his willingness to serve these people. Ranjit also occasionally teaches in a reformed seminary nearby.... Keep Reading

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Update from Myanmar

Posted November 30, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

HeartCry supports eight men in Myanmar (Burma). We are working alongside a minister who is the director of a  theological school, manages a missionary society, and serves as a local pastor. Although HeartCry is not directly involved with every facet of the ministry, we are thankful for the efforts of Pastor T. and the different ways the ministry is seeking to build healthy churches and evangelize the unconverted. HeartCry encourages you to pray for  Myanmar and hope you will be encoura... Keep Reading

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An Opportunity to Attend Seminary is Appreciated

Posted November 28, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Dul is from Nepal and is currently attending The Master's Academy International (TMAI) in India. TMAI is a "three-year seminary program for India that emphasizes theology, the original languages, and expository preaching." HeartCry missionary, Sarvajit G., is Dul's pastor and mentor. Sarvajit recommended Dul to TMAI for admission and HeartCry Missionary Society is providing the funds in order for Dul to be a full-time student. Dul desires to return to Nepal and minister full-time after graduating from TMAI. In Dul's report he expresses his appreciation to HeartCry for making it possible for him to further his theological training and education. ... Keep Reading

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Report on Bible Conferences in Nepal

Posted November 16, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Gospel Ministry in Needy Land Dear friends and prayer partners in Christ. Nepal is experiencing a crisis of fuel, gas and other materials because of blockade for the last one and half months. In all this difficulty, however, God is being so faithful to us. We were able to organize a Leaders Conference, Youth Conference, and General Meeting where the Gospel was preached and received so "that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work" (2 Tim 3:17 ESV). Here are some of the mini... Keep Reading

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When you hear about the suffering in Cambodia’s recent history—the unimaginable horrors of genocide orchestrated by the Khmer Rouge or the indescribable sufferings resulting from land mines, AIDS, and child trafficking—do you feel sympathy? Or do you have pity for the multitudes of people that remain unreached with the gospel and have yet to hear the message of salvation through Jesus Christ in this tiny nation in Southeast Asia? The Joshua Project reports that 29 of the 41 peo... Keep Reading

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Japan: Striving to Make the Gospel Known

Posted November 4, 2015  by: J. T. |0 Comments

Dear Brothers and Sisters, Praise the Lord for commanding the church to love each other deeply (1 Peter4:8). The times were our real love is tested as believers is not in times of celebration and ease, but in the times of trials and strife. Our sinful nature makes us sometimes indifferent and uncaring about other believer's suffering and struggles. Let's encourage each other to be like Nehemiah, let's be moved to prayer, fasting and action when we hear that other believers are suffering or away... Keep Reading

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Vakesh T. (N. India): A Labor Not in Vain

Posted November 2, 2015  by: Jeff S. |0 Comments

Blessings to you in the name of our Savior Jesus Christ. I am excited to share with you about my ministry here in North India. I am the pastor of P______ F_______ (Nepali church), which was started in the year 1999. Our church has around sixty adults that meet together. I am of Nepali origin, married, and have two sons (11 and 8 years old). The Lord has been gracious to allow me to fulfill the desire of my heart, and to work among the Nepali people who live in the city.... Keep Reading

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