‘‘The world’s least-evangelized peoples are concentrated in India. Of 159 people groups of over 1 million people, 133 are unreached. Also 953 ethnic groups have population greater than 10,000; of those, 205 have no church and little to no outreach from Christians. They can be found in every state although they tend to be more concentrated in the North.” ~ Operation world, 2010
Our indigenous partners and Christian workers are committed to visit every home in every village, ensuring that not one person is missed. Each week, one evangelist attempts to reach at least 20 villages with the gospel.
The most efficient and effective way to reach the less and least reached is to empower native workers in North India to reach their own people. We believe that evangelism by those from the same or similar languages and cultural backgrounds is the most ideal way to spread the Gospel. The local believers contribute tithes and offerings every Sunday, which are used for community development and church activities.
Our vision is to see 200 indigenous house churches by 2025 in north Indian states. Our church structures, specifically designed for the needs of villagers, are providing places for worship on Sundays, Children Clubs, and counseling for women. Reaching the less and least reached is just the beginning. Through local churches, new Christ groups (Truth Seekers Fellowship), we emphasize quality discipleship for each person who responds to the gospel.