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Business as usual amidst rebuilding in Nepal

| News, Pray, Stories | September 14, 2015

Milan and Grace in Kirpa

Milan and Grace in Kirpa

As the Nepalese continue to rebuild their lives following last April’s devastating earthquake, our co-mission partners have kept up their punishing schedule of equipping leaders and workers for Kingdom business and bringing hope to the people.

In between conducting training sessions the past four months, our new co-mission partners Milan and Grace Magar have also had the privilege of sharing the Gospel with youths and students, as well as unreached people groups.

They successfully conducted a one-month course on women leadership for 11 students from the Baptist, Pentecostal, Nazarene, Presbyterian and Methodist churches. These women were pastors and wives of leaders.

The East Nepal-based couple also had the privilege to share the Good News with some 70 people from the unreached people group of Nepal, the Tharu community, in an evangelistic event held in the open air.

They also brought the Gospel message to more than 250 college students at a Musical Concert Night and spoke at a revival conference for 100 people of a combined Bhutanese Youth fellowship of 10 churches of refugee camps.

Please continue to uphold Milan and Grace in prayers, asking God to refresh and anoint them.

Milan – Coordinator in Pastoral and leadership training, Leadership Training Department –National Churches Fellowship of Nepal

Grace – Volunteer teacher in LTD/NCFN

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