Serving Remote Villages

Due to strict religious laws and persecution, speaking the name of Jesus is extremely dangerous in South Asia. Even though there is fear and risk, God springs up hope and faith in our indigenous leaders. Prisha and Yash are two of our indigenous leaders who specifically feel called to ministry in South Asia.

This couple and their two young children are a testament to God’s goodness and faithfulness. Despite the possibility of persecution, Prisha and Yash serve over eight remote villages in their area. Without their effort and the radical move of God, these villages would have no access to the gospel.

Prisha and Yash help meet the physical and spiritual needs of the local people. God has opened many doors for their ministry as they share the gospel and touch lives. Men, women and children’s lives are being transformed!

Prisha and Yash carefully move from village to village, and often spend nights hiding in these villages due to safety concerns of them traveling at night. Fear does not stop them. They are not anxious but live in prayer and thanksgiving to God.

Join us in praying for Prisha, Yash and our other leaders in South Asia who are risking their lives for the sake of the gospel. Despite persecution, ask God to open new doors for them to serve Him in unreached surrounding villages.

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