In India, David Chhetri, executive secretary of the Fundamental Baptist Churches Fellowship of Manipur, preached at a church Dec. 24–26.
Berean Baptist Ministries, Manipur, India, hosted Vacation Bible School December 12–17.
Heavy winds destroyed Kasakula Baptist Church in Malawi last month.
In Liberia, Revelation Baptist Church Ministries is building a nursery school and an elementary school.
Conflict in Congo has led many families to flee their communities, says Safari Munyakazi, president of the Community of Free Baptist Churches in Congo.
The Association of Independent Baptist Churches (AIBC) in Liberia held its annual conference Nov. 22–27.
This fall, Regular Baptist International gave a $3,000 grant to Joshua Masaba, president of the Eastern Uganda Baptist Association.
The Community of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Congo is building one of its churches, with help from a $5,200 grant this fall from Regular Baptist International.
In India, Prasad Sakile, a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society of Andhra Pradesh, is teaching the gospel to children who live with their mothers in prison.
Alipur Baptist Church in Assam, India, hosted a youth seminar Oct. 24. About 100 young people participated.
The Fundamental Baptist Churches Fellowship of Manipur, India, conducted a leadership seminar Oct. 19–22.
Two churches in Manipur, India, will hold Vacation Bible School December 12–17.
The Biblical Baptist Partnership International continues to plan for its Regional Partners Conference January 26–28 at Camp En Gedi and Retreat Center in Manipur, India.
This fall the Holy Baptist Independent Churches of Africa received a grant from Regular Baptist International to purchase a laptop, projector, and DVD player to use in its evangelic outreach ministry.
Prasad Sakile is a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society of Andhra Pradesh, India.
Ambassador Baptist Church in Yangon, Myanmar, attended discipleship training and counseling sessions.
Alipur Baptist Church in Assam, India, built a baptism tank Oct. 8.
This fall, Regular Baptist International sent Pastor Timothy Odhiambo of Kenya a grant of $1,500.
Joseph Akakpo, who ministers with the Association of Biblical Baptist Churches of Togo, is praising God for funds that will enable him to distribute school supplies to students attending one of his association’s churches.
The Biblical Baptist Partnership International, a ministry of Regular Baptist International, invites all partnering ministries to a Leaders Regional Meeting Jan. 26–28, 2023, at Camp En Gedi and Retreat Center in Manipur, India.
“We thank God for His goodness and faithfulness,” says Jermi Babu, president of Hope Now Interior Ministries in Telangana State, South India.
In Bertin Mwema’s area of Congo, rain has meant that his church can no longer meet outside.
Children in Malawi are enjoying Regular Baptist Press Vacation Bible School resources, sent by Regular Baptist Press International.
The Association of Fundamental Baptist Churches in Accra, Ghana, launched a new logo Sept. 4.
The Evangelical Baptist Mission of Congo trained believers in church planting and discipleship.
“By God’s grace and your prayers, I had a wonderful time of visiting our fellowship churches,” says David Chhetri of Manipur.
Living conditions are still difficult in Congo after Mount Nyiragongo erupted May 22, 2021.
Joseph Akakpo, who ministers with the Association of Biblical Baptist Churches of Togo, sends an urgent prayer request.
Victory International School in Myanmar is grateful to hold classes online and in person amid political turmoil.
Alipur Baptist Church in Assam, India, is rejoicing that four people recently professed Christ as Savior.
Andhra Pradesh, India, where Prasad Sakile ministers, is facing flooding. Prasad is a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society of Andhra Pradesh.
David Chhetri of Manipur, India, thanks Regular Baptist International for financial support to assist in construction needs.
In Manipur, India, Helping Hand Children’s Home is expanding its pig farm.
Victory International School in Myanmar began a new school year in June both online and in-person, reports Victor Vula, principal of the school.
“Greetings from us here in Malawi,” says Francis Chipukunya, founder and projects leader of Going Home Africa Ministries.
In Congo, war has destroyed the village of Mahanga. But a pastor wants to rebuild his church for members returning to the area.
Victory International School in Myanmar is thankful that summer classes are going well. “Students are enjoying their life back on the school campus for a few hours each day,” says Victor Vula, principal of the school.
Dr. Ishak Ahmed of Silchar, Assam, India, died March 26. He was one of the leaders who helped form the Biblical Baptist Partnership International.
Andhra Pradesh, India, is dealing with the effects of a cyclone that began Wednesday.
In Liberia, K. C. Brown Nursery and Primary School plans to expand its education to junior high school students as the Lord provides.
A church plant in Congo is thankful for a grant that helped the church purchase benches.
Prasad Sakile, a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society of Andhra Pradesh, India, asks prayer for a minister in his church after an incident of persecution.
Joshua Masaba, president of the Eastern Uganda Baptist Association, is thankful for a financial grant from Regular Baptist International that will meet the needs of orphans.
Pastors and their wives in India attended a seminar led by Prasad Sakile, a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society of Andhra Pradesh.
In Tanzania, Pastor Naftali Ojwando is thankful for a fruitful Easter service at his church.
A storm in the village of Kati-Lomnava in Togo has damaged a church that the Association of Biblical Baptist Churches of Togo finished building in January.
Lisa Center Orphanage in Goma, Congo, is thankful for a financial grant provided by Regular Baptist International.
In Togo, the Association of Biblical Baptist Churches planted two churches in January and February.
A ministry in Kenya asks people to pray for the provision of orphans’ needs, including educational needs.
A church in India led a training workshop for Sunday School teachers.
In Tanzania, Pastor Naftali Ojwando traveled to the town of Nyasaka to visit a church that is part of the Holy Baptist Independent Churches of Africa, which he leads.
The impact from a cyclone in Malawi is getting worse, says Francis Chipukunya
Fighting is still going on in many parts of Myanmar. Pray that the conflict will end soon, says Victor Vula.
Conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has greatly escalated, resulting in the kidnapping or killing of civilians.
In the Chikwawa district of Malawi, 477 students have been unable to attend a local primary school following tropical storm Ana.
In India, 65 people were baptized in a worship service that took place over several days,
Southern Malawi is still experiencing the effects of flooding that began Jan. 24 following a tropical storm.
Wars in the Ituri province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo have displaced many people, including members of a church.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Community of Baptist Churches of Central Africa is building two churches.
“Our government is not yet improving,” says Mang Cin Pau of Myanmar, a country that’s under martial law.
A church in India baptized 17 people in a worship service on Christmas Day.