Revival Baptist Churches of Myanmar shares the needs of its Bible college.
Gigogwe Baptist Church in Rwanda extends its appreciation to Desert Hills Baptist Church, Albuquerque, New Mexico, for its financial assistance to update the church building to meet government codes.
In Secunderabad, India, 43 students recently graduated from Good News Bible College and Seminary.
A ministry leader in Manipur, India, was privileged to share the gospel on Mother’s Day.
Progress continues to be made on construction projects for a church and a Bible college in Liberia.
Believers in Nepal love the Lord and are thirsty for the Word of God, says a pastor in Nepal in his ministry update.
An Easter conference in Liberia brought together 300 people from 30 Baptist churches.
Chris and Deb Hindal finished up their two-week ministry trip to Peru in the capital, Lima.
Cusco, Peru, nearing half a million people, is situated in the mountain valley at 11,000 feet above sea level. The air is dry and clear. …
Chris and Deb Hindal arrived in the mountain region of South Peru on Monday, May 22.
Chris and Deb Hindal are visiting pastors and wives, churches, and seminary students and leaders in Peru.
A church planter in India needs a motorbike for traveling to ministries.
Joshua Masaba, president of Eastern Uganda Baptist Association, thanks donors for financial assistance to relieve the Kayango community from famine.
Bible training in Haiti is enabling new pastors to preach doctrinally sound sermons.
An annual Bible camp at a church in Myanmar taught people about the Bible, salvation, and the Baptist faith.
An association of churches in Africa has joined the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries and recently baptized 50 people.
The Lord is working in Kenya, says Cyrus Wanyonyi of Good Soil Baptist Churches International.
Plan now to attend the international luncheon on Thursday, June 27 during the 2019 GARBC Conference.
In Togo, West Africa, eight pastors were ordained to the gospel ministry.
Pastors and evangelists in India attended an encouraging training session in Binnakandi about sharing the gospel.
A school in Bangladesh hosted a training event for its teachers, providing not only teaching ideas but also spiritual discipleship.
Wesley Chatla is a pastor with the Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship in Andhra Pradesh, India, and administrator of the association’s school. He and …
A decade after being planted, a church in Andhra Pradesh, India, is ready to construct a building.
Wordsower International has announced that Bowed Hearts is now operating My Father’s House orphanage in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
In China, 16 educators “were baptized in the largest baptistry in the world—the Pacific Ocean,” says Christian Wei.
A church has been planted in Liberia after 100 people professed Christ as Savior during an evangelism endeavor.
Women in Peru attended a retreat organized by the Peru Baptist Bible College and Church Association Feb 20–23.
An association of churches in Manipur, India, rejoices over the addition of another church.
After vetting two Baptist church associations in Congo, the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries has accepted them into the partnership.
A flood that devastated a region of Myanmar in 2015 recently resulted in the planting of a church.
Protests in Haiti have resulted in an orphanage’s struggle to provide for the children in its care.
An association in India is holding camps to share the gospel with children.
In India, Camp En Gedi is ministering to many people through camps and retreats and expanding its facilities.
Director Chris Hindal safely returned from a fruitful trip to Northeast India, where traveled Jan. 15–29.
Christian Wei of China asks prayer for a leader in the house church movement.
A pastor in Monrovia, Liberia, praises God that the church he has been constructing was recently able to build a roof.
“The Lord tremendously blessed” ministries in Bungoma, Kenya, during 2018, says Pastor Cyrus Wanyonyi of Good Soil Baptist Churches International.
This Christmas, an association of churches in India planned a special holiday celebration for widows and orphans.
Through a two-week evangelism endeavor in Myanmar, the Biblical School of Theology shared the gospel with 2,000 people.
The International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries welcomes two new associations to its partnership.
Christian Wei says “it is a cold winter indeed” in China, as celebrating Christmas has been outlawed there.
A week of events marked the 15th anniversary of New Testament Baptist Church in Liberia, West Africa.
The children in the tribal hills of Bangladesh have no electricity, no running water, no bathrooms, and a limited food supply, but none of these hardships impacts these children’s certain hope in Jesus.
During a ministry in Kenya, nearly 900 people professed Christ as Savior.
Desiring to equip pastors with solid Biblical knowledge, a pastor in India is leading ministry leadership seminars in several countries.
Three Malawi churches recently conducted baptisms, baptizing a total of 36 people.
A minister in Myanmar is working to get Bibles and Christian resources in the language of the Koongsoa people.
A pastor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo plans to plant a church in the village where he recently held a gospel crusade.
At a church service in Indonesia, more than 200 people professed Christ as their Savior.
One thousand people attended a Bible conference in Bangladesh, a country that one pastor calls a “spiritually needy country.”
A church being constructed in Liberia needs prayers and funding to complete its roof.
Construction of a church in Liberia is underway in Liberia, West Africa.
On their recent trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal learned firsthand that the needs are great for associations partnering with Regular Baptist International.
An association of churches in India is rejoicing over recent baptisms, which included people from areas that have been unreached with the gospel.
Wesley Chatla is a church planter with Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship and started Bethel Baptist Church in Andhra Pradesh, India. He sends the …
Bible teachings aired on a radio station have reached thousands of people in Liberia.
Super Typhoon Yutu will arrive in Saipan on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25. This typhoon has reportedly become the strongest to hit Saipan.
Chris and Deb Hindal arrived in Zambia on Friday evening, Oct. 12. This stop was one of several during the couple’s trip to visit Regular Baptist International partnering associations in East Africa.
In their trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal were richly blessed by the warmth and commitment of believers in Malawi.
On the next leg of their three-week trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal stopped in Tanzania.
Churches in Rwanda are facing an unusual and extremely challenging situation, as the government is seeking to upgrade the building structures of churches. Many churches have had to close.
Chris Hindal, director of Regular Baptist International, and his wife, Deb, are currently visiting seven partnering associations in six East African countries.
On a new leg of their three-week trip through East Africa, Chris and Deb Hindal visited an association of churches in Uganda.
Independent Faith Baptist Churches of Kenya, consisting of 28 churches, partners with the International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries. Pastor Thomas Ooga, general secretary for …
Dr. Christian Wei of Christian Way Missions urges believers around the world to pray for Christians in China.
Berean Baptist Academy in India celebrated Teachers’ Day along with the rest of the country.
In northern Myanmar, God is working with preschoolers to save the nation, says Pastor Nang Za Thawn.
A church in Ghana is leading people to Christ, but they need discipleship, the pastor says.
The New Life Regular Baptist Society in South India is helping people in its community recover from devastating flooding.
A church in Myanmar hosted the first Bible conference of the International Conservative Evangelical Fellowship.
Praise God for the good attendance and the children’s enthusiastic response at a Vacation Bible School in Jamaica.
Nine US churches consisting of immigrants from Myanmar are interested in joining the GARBC.
Chris Hindal, director of Regular Baptist International, was privileged to speak at the first Renown International Conference in Cebu City, Philippines.
Many young men and women in India are studying at Bible colleges and theological seminaries.
Many students and adults in Zambia accepted Christ as their Savior after hearing the gospel in school and at a showing of the Jesus Film.
Twenty 12th graders graduated from a Christian school in Liberia—a milestone for this newly established and accredited school.
Training Sunday School teachers and pastors is a strong ministry for the New Life Regular Baptist Society in Andhra Pradesh, India. The training for pastors used the Telugu version of Dr. Paul Jackson’s book The Doctrine and Administration of the Church.
A pastor in Myanmar has finished producing a Chin theological dictionary.
Chris Hindal recently visited Haiti, a nation that he says is experiencing a bump in the road but is a field “white for harvest.”
A Christian academy in Monrovia, Liberia, held its commencement, with the most high school students in the school’s history graduating.
A boot camp in Myanmar focuses on leading people to Christ and discipling Christians.
Construction of a church in Liberia has been slow but is progressing.
Two years after persecution increased in China, Christian Way Missions has resumed training people for ministry.
An evangelism team, with the addition of a new missionary, is sharing the gospel in Liberia, West Africa.
Flood damage in Kenya is an opportunity for believers to show compassion and Christian love.
A pastor in India sends thanks Regular Baptist International for enabling him to purchase a motorcycle, which will make transportation to his ministries easier.
Biblical Baptist Fellowship of Karnataka, India, sends an update about ministry endeavors and current needs.
In Zambia, a young man has turned his life around and now urges fellow youth to accept Christ as their Savior.
Donations to Regular Baptist International have enabled pastors in India to obtain motorbikes.
Ministry endeavors have been exciting so far this year for Pastor G. Larque Vaye of Liberia.
A new church has begun in Ghana, West Africa, and now needs finances to purchase land.
“God is doing some great things” through youth meetings and Bible studies in India, says a pastor in Andhra Pradesh.
A pastor in Africa requests prayer for the meeting of needs in his church and primary school.
A fellowship of churches reports how a medical doctor in India has worked tirelessly to care for underprivileged people.
In Indonesia, God is working among people from Muslim backgrounds, reports the president of an Indonesian ministry.
An association of churches in Malawi has started a new church in Kaphiri Village.
Vibrant youth ministries in Zambia are leading young people to Christ.
An Easter conference in Liberia brought hundreds of attendees and led to 121 professions of faith.
A ministry in China is training people for Christian education so they can teach in homeschools and house churches.
The Fellowship of Baptist Churches in Assam, India, took part in distributing gospel literature, with many people accepting Christ as their Savior.
Billy Judson of Good News Baptist Assembly, Secunderabad, India, took a ministry trip to Sri Lanka.
In Liberia, people are accepting Christ as their Savior through the work of a new street evangelism ministry.
Video recordings of sessions from the All-Partners Conference in the Philippines are now available.
Regular Baptist International has received an urgent prayer request for two Christians in India.
A ladies’ retreat in Peru focused on connecting with God.
A church in Kenya urgently needs to rebuild after the government demolished the church by mistake.
A ministry in Manipur, India, is caring for 24 orphans
The International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries Council of Eight has voted unanimously to receive the Ntchisi Independent Baptist Association of Malawi, Africa, into the IPFBM fellowship.
An association of churches in Africa shares the need of a family who lost all of their belongings in a house fire.
A church being built in an Islamic and Buddhist community in Ghana showed a film in order to reach its neighbors with the gospel.
A Bible college in Liberia has added a mobile Bible training ministry to educate people who cannot travel to the school.
A Brazilian missionary sends an update of his recent ministries in Guyana.
The International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries has voted to accept the Northern Baptist Association of Zambia into its partnership.
Through youth camps in Manipur, India, young people are hearing the gospel and understanding the importance of missions.
Jermi Babu Gowdiperu is ministering in a village in Andhra Pradesh, India, where the majority of people worship idols.
Dr. H. C. Stephen of Manipur, India, tells of the many occasions for which he has thanked God throughout his ministry in 2017.
Joseph Akakpo of Togo talks about his recent ministries with the Association des Eglises Baptistes Bibliques du Togo.
Wesley Chatla of Andhra Pradesh, India, praises God that his parents, Dr.Devasahayam and Suguna Chatla, are still able to serve the Lord.
In Andhra Pradesh, India, the New Life Regular Baptist Society has been teaching Sunday School to children who live with their mothers in a women’s prison. This ministry now needs Christmas gifts to give to the children.
Church plants in Ghana gathered for a Sunday service that focused on missions and evangelism.
The Association of Baptist Churches in Guyana held its first missionary conference, with the goal of supporting, promoting, and sustaining missions.
Chris and Deb Hindal embarked on a three-week trip to Asia that included stops in Shanghai, China; Tagaytay City, Philippines; and Hong Kong. Included in the Hindals’ itinerary was the IPFBM All-Partners Conference in the Philippines.