Missions in India
God is working in India. National, indigenous Christian leaders are doing missions in India to share the gospel with their own people, plant churches, and spread compassion and mercy through ministry. India is considered a part of the 10/40 window. This means it is located in an area in the Eastern Hemisphere where most people do not know Jesus Christ. Despite everyday challenges, high-impact missions in India are possible and thriving as national believers who know the culture, language, and opportunities lead the way.
What’s Your Role?
Our national partners invite you to join them in mission in India. Through praying, giving, and serving in specific ways alongside our national partners (either on your own, with a small group, or with your entire church), you can have impact in India. Get to know our national partners doing missions in India.
We'd love to get to know you and discuss how God is calling you.
Partners & Projects
Pastor Stephen and his wife are building a campground to use for seminars, leadership training, and outreach. Pray for their camp and retreat ministry.
The Community of Joy is making an impact through wholistic care and evangelism in the heart of one of India’s most massive districts.
When an entire community of people is living in destitute conditions, you know they are in need of God's love to the highest degree.
The Faith, Prayer, and Tract League (FPTL) has a team of people who write gospel tracts, pray daily, and hand out the tracts in India.
Heritage Ministries desires to train Indian national students with a quality theological training so they can serve the Lord in their local communities.
NLM is primarily committed to reaching out to the unreached in India, and all of its projects are with this sole objective in mind.
In his ministry, John will prayerfully reach the young, teach the church, and care for the needy in a gospel destitute culture.
Leaders reached out for Soura Leader Development (India) to partner with Live Global to strengthen the work of the gospel in their region.
Joshua has been appointed the director of a large network of churches and home fellowships in West Bengal, India.