News Letter December 2010 – June 2011

We share the joy and the gracious work of the Lord Jesus in our Mission and our lives. We began with some hesitation facing all kinds of pressure. However, the Lord was faithful in showing us a way out and it is always a joy to know that He is guiding and in complete control. Even though MTU mission fields did not have favorable conditions, our Lord God was good to us and has enabled us to be faithful in His vineyard. God has helped us greatly in our Ministries like Church Planting, Evangelism, Orphanage, Bible Colleges, Child Development Centre …

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Master of Theology

To all Students, Pastors and Leaders, Eastern Theological Institute and Seminary (Accredited with Carey Institute of Theology) is happy to inform you that the higher theological education is now at your door step. MASTER OF THEOLOGY Residential Program in Two Disciplines for the first time in NCR External, M. Th, ACTS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, BANGALORE (Affiliated to Asian Theological Association) Qualified Faculty & Spiritual Atmosphere, Co-educational, Affordable & Interdenominational ETIS is located in Delhi, in the border of Delhi and Noida, the largest industrial estate of Asia. As it being the capital of the nation, it is well connected via bus, …

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“Preach the Gospel to every creature”. Mark 16:15

Nate Saint, one of the five missionaries martyred in the jungles of Ecuador in 1956, before leaving Quito had delivered a premonitory sermon on the subject of expendability. He said: “During the last war we were taught that, in order to obtain our objective, we had to be willing to be expendable, and many lives were spent paying the price of our redemption from the bonds of political slavery……. We know that there is only one answer when country demands that we share in the price of freedom – yet when the Lord Jesus asks us to pay the price …

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From the desk of the director

24th March 2011 Dear Partners of Mission to the Unreached Greetings in Jesus Name! I was in Bihar last week visiting some of the mission fields with Rev. E A Abraham, who is a pioneer missionary working in Bihar for the past twenty five years. Despite struggles the Lord has honored him and steadfast faithful. I had an opportunity to teach the students of the Bible school and preach in their churches. My observation of Bihar was very different from what I had heard. The Lord is opening the heart of many people. And the place needs pastors and missionaries …

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Who Cares for Orphans, Widows, the Poor and Oppressed?

God Does…Do We? I believe God has put on my heart something which can be a key to release the people of God into a much fuller outreach than many of them are in at this time. The subject is our responsibility as Christians for orphans, widows, the poor and the oppressed. Many people speak about widows and orphans, but the Bible always puts it the other way around-orphans and widows-because orphans are totally helpless, widows are only partially helpless. And the Bible has much more to say about this than most of us have been aware. I have been …

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THE VINEYARD HOME MINISTRY

The Vineyard Home Ministry was founded in the month of July 1999 in Noida, a suburb town of Delhi, India.  The founder of this noble institution is Pastor Varghese Thomas. He is supported in this humble mission by his partner Mrs. Valsamma Varghese. The aim of this institution is to give shelter to the abandoned and neglected children of the slum areas of Delhi. Here the children are sufficed not only in their physical and emotional needs but also their spiritual need is given prime importance. The children are accommodated in two large rented apartments. There are forty children sheltered …

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Hunger in India than in Sudan

NEW DELHI: India dropped two ranks to 67th among 84 developing countries in the International Food Policy Research Institute’s annual ” Global Hunger Index” for 2010. Even Sudan, North Korea and Pakistan rank higher than India. While the report, released on Monday, shows that the proportion of undernourished in India is decreasing, the worsening ranking indicates that other developing countries have done better in tackling hunger. India is home to 42% of the underweight children under the age of five in the world. The policymakers in India, who are are still fighting over the need to have an expansive National …

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