Less than 1% of Dotyali are believed to be Christian and "The Ancient Path" Gospel booklet will clearly present Christianity as an Eastern “religion.”
The wonderful thing about the Tharu is that they live in an area that is easily accessible and they are open and receptive to the Gospel message.
We have an opportunity to partner with Tamang Christians for organized distribution of the Gospel booklet that will lead to establishing Bible study groups.
Our national partner missionary, Suan, has developed a strategy, using the recorded Yinn version of "The Ancient Path."
A gospel booklet that explains the beginnings of Biblical faith has been translated into the mother tongue of the Yakthumba Limbu people.
By showing a willingness to step into the Shan community, they believe, over time, they can plant indigenous Shan churches among the Shan community.
Despite the restrictions, the project has been working with mother tongue translators to get the Gospel to minority unreached people groups in Nepal.
A Gospel booklet has already been translated into the Pa-O language and local missionaries are ready to make inroads into the communities.
A network of national believers in Myanmar have already mobilized to gain access to the Palaung are eager to begin sharing with these three groups.
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