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  • South Asia church planter gets nurture for his vision

    Sampson* grew up in a Christian home where his father was the pastor of a large traditional church in South Asia. When Sampson got married, God began to stir his heart for a new work in one of South Asia’s largest cities, more than 250 miles from his home and family. 

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  • Glimmers of gospel hope for South Asia's 1.6 billion

    May 9 2017 by Polly Maclean, IMB | with 0 comments
    Glimmers of gospel hope for South Asia's 1.6 billion

    Mosques and temples clamor daily for the souls of 1.6 billion people in Nepal, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Maldives and Sri Lanka – the countries of South Asia that make up the world's greatest concentration of people with no access to the gospel.

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  • Couple equipping ‘insiders’ to reach South Asians

    December 12 2016 by Elaine Gaston, IMB | with 0 comments
    Couple equipping ‘insiders’ to reach South Asians

    Shanti chose for her wedding attire blue silk trimmed with gold. Rich fabrics in brilliant hues are traditional for wedding saris in this South Asian megacity. But the guest list was anything but typical. Among those celebrating this day were 20 prostitutes – women who were like family to Shanti. ...

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  • The persecuted: 'Our pain is nothing compared to Jesus’

    July 9 2015 by Susie Rain, IMB Connections | with 0 comments
    The persecuted: 'Our pain is nothing compared to Jesus’

    A church in Akansas adopted a South Asian people group that has yet to be reached with the gospel. They visit once each year, but pray for them regularly and keep their pictures posted in their church. On a visit the pastor learns about the persecution of the new group of believers ...

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  • In India, praying for Delhi’s masses

    January 27 2012 by Cinda Ingram, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    In India, praying for Delhi’s masses

    DELHI, India – Delhi is a sprawling, energetic intersection of old and new, wealth and poverty, religion and science. People from across southern Asia come for jobs, education and asylum. Delhi is massive, teeming and heaving with people.

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