Chanak Ram Chaudhary belongs to the Tharu, one of the most unreached people groups in Nepal. They used to be landlords of the far western Nepal but lost their possessions after their land was confiscated or they were cheated by the upper class people. Today, many of them work as a Kamaiya (servant) for the landlords.
Being an organisation that seeks to equip Cambodian pastors and church leaders towards community transformation, Shalom School of Ministries conducted a training course in July 2016.
Pastor Chhinho was part of the team facilitating this four-day course which was attended by twenty pastors and church leaders from different provinces of Cambodia.
In an extraordinary example of everywhere-to-everywhere mission, Serah Wambua, one of the founding leaders of CMS-Africa and Wayne Wong, a team leader with OMF who moved to Kenya in 2014, are in the early stages of a joint strategy to help the African Church grasp the opportunity to share the gospel with the ever-growing Chinese population on their doorstep.
Reema lives in Sindh, Pakistan, and is part of the Women’s Empowerment Programme under the Primary Education Project (PEP). Her journey is a great testimony of how a village girl overcame deep-rooted prejudice against education for girls to become a role model herself.
This is a case that I followed closely and was amazed by God’s work in the child’s life. In order for us to trace the child’s biological mother our follow-up officers had to walk miles and climb a hill as there was no proper path for vehicles to travel in the village. The child’s story is told here in her point of view. As an organization we continue our follow-up on the child.
By Milan Kumar Magar
Phal Bhadur Panche Magar from Sarlahi sensed that God has a great purpose for him. But he somehow felt hamstrung and unable to lead a victorious Christian life.
Phal Bhadur testified that he was also not able to actively participate in the church.
Dil Prasad Adhikari, 55, lives with his son and daughter in Sanosree of Bardiya district in the mid-western region of Nepal.
He has been living with HIV for more than nine years. After having been infected in Delhi, he returned to his village hoping to find moral support and help from his friends and relatives. Instead he was greeted with discrimination and stigmatisation.
It was exciting to see the thirst of many to study the Bible in depth and be equipped to share the gospel in different parts of Maharashtra and north India.
In July, we were actively involved with Kolhapur Church Council, primarily focusing on equipping village church pastors, evangelists and missionaries for church planting and growth. We enrolled 50 leaders in this region through TAFTEE certificate level based on the life of Jesus Christ – a course on Christian discipleship and ministry.
The third quarter was truly one of miracles and you have stood in the gap for us to experience these miracles.
We are overwhelmed with all that has happened and it is the Lord’s doing. We were able to assist in rehabilitation of released prisoners, complete first level of life skills and livelihood training with women convicts, bringing such hope and future to them, and found miraculous provisions with regard to finances.
Planned and carefully guided growth is usually fulfilling. After much prayer and search, AsiaCMS has appointed Paul Lau as Communications and Church Relations Manager.
We believe this new post is crucial to help AsiaCMS move to the next level.