Ragini and Hridya are only teenagers, but they already know that Jesus is worth dying for. These two sisters live in a village dominated by rebel insurgency groups, and most of the people worship multiple gods. But one day, Gospel for Asia Pastor Bhaskar took the time to share the love of God with Ragini. She responded by eagerly embracing [...] Read more »
The Gospel is being aired via radio waves all through South Asia with the Gospel for Asia radio programs, reaching into the most remote places. Read amazing stories of redemption as people hear of Christ’s hope, healing, and love.
Hamsi grew up without knowing the Lord. When she learned about Gospel for Asia-supported pastor Kota’s local ministry, she was intrigued and decided to visit his fellowship. Hamsi loved what she found at church, and she began attending regularly. One day, as Pastor Kota shared from God’s Word, she realized her need for Christ’s forgiveness and chose to embrace His [...] Read more »
As a Gospel for Asia-supported missionary, Nabhas serves with a film team. His team travels to villages and shows a movie on the life of Christ. One film showing took a dramatic turn. A dozen drunken men who had joined the audience suddenly began to beat Nabhas and the other film team members. They grabbed the equipment and tossed the [...] Read more »
Pastor Ugyen has completed just over two years in jail and has about ten months remaining on his sentence. Gospel for Asia leaders are able to visit him occasionally, and they report that he is healthy and doing well. Pastor Ugyen continues to be an example of Christ for his fellow inmates. Please pray for continued good health and strong [...] Read more »
The Bhutan High Court sentenced Gospel for Asia-supported missionary *Ugyen Tashi to three years in prison for “attempting to promote civil unrest” for showing a film about Jesus. On May 21st, carrying a generator and a projector, Ugyen walked for two days into interior villages of Bhutan with a single purpose—to give people a chance to learn about Jesus. But when one [...] Read more »
Gospel for Asia-supported missionary Matthew Kishard was attacked by a mob of about 50 students October 3. Kishard, who serves as pastor of a village church in a tribal area, was in a nearby village distributing Gospel tracts when a family asked him to come to their home and pray for a sick child. Just as Pastor Kishard and his [...] Read more »
Because of the workings of anti-Christian extremists, the landlord who owns the building where a Bridge of Hope center operates has been charged with breaking the law for renting out his building to the center. This opposition to the Bridge of Hope center and to Vinay Sen, the landlord, started when a village official accused the center of trying to force [...] Read more »