Located in Southern Asia, bordering the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and Pakistan
India's constitution provides full religious freedom of worship and witness for all religions. The rise of Hindutva extremism resulted in a hate campaign against Muslims in the early 1990s and against Christians in the 1990s as followers of "foreign" religions. Due to mass-conversion movements by Dalit groups away from Hinduism, and to evangelistic activities by Christian groups, issues of conversion and anti-conversion laws are of high importance and sensitivity. Persecution levels range widely, usually depending on the strength of Hindutva groups from one state to the next.
Government efforts to reverse the trend failed, but the hope of the gospel began transforming the people of Tirupur.
A first visit to this country showed God at work everywhere. (Part 1)
A first visit to this country showed God at work everywhere. (Part 2)
A first visit to this country showed God at work everywhere. (Part 3)
A first visit to this country showed God at work everywhere. (Part 4)
A first visit to this country showed God at work everywhere. (Part 5)
Where mostly only men drive, Elizabeth drives a motorcycle in India to increase her ministry.
After a tsunami kills over 750 people in Tarangambadi, college students and staff members in India rush to help the villagers they were sharing the gospel with just two months before.
In India Raji’s family rejects when she becomes a Christian. 30 years later her sister accepts Christ too.
Christians use illusion to tell people in India about Jesus on short-term missions trips.
8-year-old girl sees the JESUS Film and then tells her widowed mother Jesus could heal her mother’s tuberculosis. After praying all night, the woman was healthy.
Jesus’ image on the big screen helps Indians grasp the gospel.
Three sari-clad women stand next to a well, chatting in Hindi about a man they learned of in a movie—Jesus.
Attacked by a mob organized to kill him in India, Dinakaran asked for a chance to tell them the gospel first.
In India’s westernmost state 40,000 "Love Buckets" of food were given to families in need after an earthquake. A year later a village had been rebuilt.
When the only Hindu priest in an Indian village turned to Christ, the sacrifices stopped.
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