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.
The population of Rugari in eastern Congo was threatened Jan. 26, making life more difficult for residents.
Flash flooding hit the southern part of Malawi Jan. 24 following a tropical storm.
“We praise God for His guidance throughout this calendar year,” says Victor Vula of Myanmar.
Food security is a concern for the Village of Hope Academy in Monrovia, Liberia.
A church in Congo held a baptism service on Christmas Eve.
Joseph Akakpo ministers with the Association des Eglises Baptistes Bibliques du Togo. He sends the following ministry report. In 2021, the Lord blessed us enormously …
Alipur Baptist Church in India will dedicate its new church building to the Lord Dec. 19.
Crossroads Baptist Church in Ghana is celebrating one year of meeting in its own building.
A pastor in India is “overwhelmed with joy” to have helped fellow pastors.
Bible-teaching churches in India regularly face persecution from the government, says Pastor Prasad Sakile.
“COVID-19 has caused great harm to our nation,” says Joshua Masaba, president of the Eastern Uganda Baptist Association.
In Manipur, India, Helping Hand Children’s Home is caring for 15 orphans. The orphanage is a ministry of Berean Baptist Ministries in Manipur.
Jesse Quapourlee, a pastor in Liberia, died Oct. 12.
In Tanzania, Pastor Naftali Ojwando held a worship service with three churches combined.
David Chhetri of Manipur, India, held a gospel seminar in Motha, a village on the Indo-Myanmar border.
Every year Pastor Prasad Sakile of Andhra Pradesh, India, distributes about 1,000 Bibles to high school students.
“We are so glad to now meet in our completed place of worship,” says Josiah Kennedy of Accra, Ghana.
Beginning in November, schools in Liberia will reopen, reports James Burnette, director of the Children’s Assistance Friendship Foundation.
Living conditions are still difficult for many in Congo following the eruption of a volcano May 22.
“Once again we are facing floods due to heavy rains,” says Prasad Sakile, a pastor with the New Life Regular Baptist Society in Andhra Pradesh, India.
David Chhetri of Manipur, India, preached in a village that he calls “a slum area” for two days.
Josiah Abedu-Kennedy has been constructing Crossroads Baptist Church in Dodowa, Ghana.
Prédestin Hérard of Haiti is thankful for a financial grant from Regular Baptist International.
Devasahayam Chatla of Andhra Pradesh, India, died Sept. 12. He had ministered with Baptist India Ministries since the early 1980s.
Joseph Akakpo ministers with the Association des Eglises Baptistes Bibliques du Togo. He sends the following ministry report. Youth seminars continue in the Djidjole, Danyi …
Victor Vula is director and principal of Victory International School in Myanmar and leads Victory Community Chapel. He sends the following ministry update. Our first quarter …
Good News Bible College and Seminary in Secunderabad, India, completed its Third Annual Good News 360 Church Leaders Conference.
An association of churches in India hosted a motivational program for Sunday School teachers.
Going Home Africa Ministries started Bethany Children’s Home, a nonresidential after-school learning center in Mzengezi.
A fellowship of churches in India is sharing the gospel and constructing a new church in India.
“We continue to rejoice with the provision for our own worship place for our church,” says Josiah Abedu-Kennedy of Ghana.
“Greetings from Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo,” says Pastor Ndiho Pascal.
After an earthquake hit Haiti Aug. 14, the nation is in “distress and anguish,” says Prédestin Hérard.
Closings in India are affecting an orphanage in Manipur.
“At last our people have a place to sit and listen to God’s Word.”