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Evangelism to Remote Villages with Bijaya and Bimala

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About Evangelism to Remote Villages with Bijaya and Bimala

From handing a gospel tract to a construction worker on the world's highest road to entering an unknown Hindu village home to share the good news, Bijaya and his wife Bimala are faithful evangelists. They endure crazy bus rides, dangerous roads, long journeys, and awkward encounters to do the Lord's work in some of the most remote villages in Nepal.

They follow the Spirit's leading as they travel from place to place, meeting people hungry for hope along the way. They deliver God's Word to people who have never heard the name of Jesus and they encourage the precious few believers they find along the way.

They face many hardships, but God is blessing their work and providing for their needs as they share the good news of Jesus Christ.

Meet the Leaders: Bijaya and Bimala

Bijaya Bijaya and Bimala are faithful evangelists to those who don't yet know Christ in Nepal. They, alongside their team, are constantly trekking to the most remote villages to share the good news of Jesus Christ. Their primary focus is to evangelize people who are unreached with the gospel. Bijaya and Bimala combine providing aid (like blankets or food) with preaching and handing out gospel literature and Scripture, and it has made for a great and effective ministry model.

Bijaya and Bimala also occasionally make trips with the purpose of training, teaching, and encouraging new believers in Christ with God's Word.

Read about how God prepared Bijaya for ministry  »
*To protect the security and identity of the individuals serving in this context, we have changed their names online and in some cases use photos that are representative.

Latest Updates from Evangelism to Remote Villages with Bijaya and Bimala

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Getting Answers After 16 Years of Pondering

“I knew Jesus, but I haven’t really known him personally.” She had received answers to questions that she had pondered for sixteen years.

Father and Son
The Death of a Father: A Letter from Bijaya

“My father passed away suddenly who remained a Hindu till his last breath. I shared the Gospel even in his hospital bed.”

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Understanding the Cross After 28 Years in Church

Imagine attending church for twenty-eight years, and never understanding the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. That’s what Bijaya encountered.

God Uses Blindness to Bring Sight

It's so remote, few outsiders have gone before. So sensitive, few outsiders can go. God uses blindness to help people see.

Learn God's Word
One Woman's Journey to Learn God's Word

Would women would be welcome? One woman wanted to learn God’s Word. Now she wants to share the truth with others in remote villages like hers.

Believers Understand the Gospel for the First Time

An older lady confessed, "I have been listening to the Word for a long time, but today I understood the Gospel."

The Rocky Souls and Roads of the Himalayas

The journey was full of rocky roads and beautiful scenery. The couple was likely bringing the first Bibles the people ever read.

A Trip to the Unreached Mountains

We preached the Gospel to many lost souls, some church-goers, and church leaders. We drove more than 1600 kilometres and hiked for many days.

Preaching the Gospel to Our Neighbors

There were 100 days of total lockdown in Nepal due to COVID-19. So, Bijaya and his team prayed to the Lord for guidance on how to adjust their ministry.

Trekking with Gospel Hope to the Mountains

When you're in Nepal, looking out at the mountains, you can see tucked within the peaks and valleys people who have never heard of Jesus.

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  • Pray for Bijaya and Bimala that the Lord would continue to open doors for them to tell others about the good news.
  • Pray that many would hear the gospel.
  • Pray for churches to be established and grown.
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