“Our Approach Is To Go There Where They Are”

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For so the Lord has commanded us, saying, ‘I have made you a light for the Gentiles, that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.’ (Acts 13:47)

God is raising up men and women from all over the globe, who are reaching their own people with the good news of the gospel. And God has allowed them to make their way to the ends of the earth, bringing the gospel for what’s often the first time! In these remote places, like in the mountain regions of Nepal, people aren’t likely to make it to a more populated region where the gospel might be more prevalent. No, in these areas, as Bijya puts it, “Our approach is to go there where they are.”

This man called Bijaya, leader of the Evangelism to Remote Villages project in Nepal, spoke about the state of his nation as far as it pertains to the spread of the gospel in the remote regions. He details what the biggest needs are and how they are addressing them.

As believers in the West, we have the opportunity to be a part of what God is already doing in Nepal through partnership. If you would like to come alongside Bijaya and his team, let us know so we can help you get started.


About Evangelism to Remote Villages

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