An orphanage in India has started a pig farm as a sustainable resource.
With Myanmar’s political situation not improving and COVID-19 cases increasing, Victory International School in Myanmar will start classes online in July.
Members of Pastor Moboko Fidele’s church in Goma, Congo, are staying in schools and churches in Sake.
As the second wave of COVID-19 continues to overwhelm India, Wesley Chatla has been delivering food to families.
Joseph Akakpo of Togo has been teaching youth about the influence of friends.
Some displaced people from Goma, Congo, are now staying in the city of Sake after a volcano erupted May 22.
The region of India where Prasad Sakile ministers is still in lockdown due to COVID-19.
“It is a great joy to be back to church today once again,” say Mang Cin Pau, pastor of Ambassador Baptist Church, Yangon, Myanmar.
Earthquakes are still occurring after Mount Nyiragongo erupted in Goma, Congo, May 22.
“I and my family we are safe,” says Bertin Mwema, president of the Community of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Congo, after a volcano erupted in Goma May 22.
About 600 homes in 17 villages of Goma, Congo, were destroyed after Mount Nyiragongo erupted the evening of May 22.
Mang Cin Pau, pastor of Ambassador Baptist Church, Yangon, Myanmar, is grateful for a grant from Regular Baptist International.
The second wave of COVID-19 in India has “seriously affected” the region of India where Prasad Sakile ministers.
A grant from Regular Baptist International has enabled a church in Africa to begin renovating.
Churches in the Democratic Republic of the Congo can gather again, reports Bertin Mwema, president of the Community of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Congo.
“By your prayers, the three-day Bible seminar at Gwaltabi Baptist Church is complete,” says David Chhetri of Manipur, India.
Construction of a church in India is nearly complete, reports Pastor Jermi Babu, president of Hope Now Interior Ministries in India.
Youth seminars and revival services in Togo resulted in many people making spiritual decisions.
“Our city, Yangon, has now become a war zone,” says Victor Vula of Myanmar. “Pray for the coup to end.”
Thanks to Regular Baptist International donors, a pastor in Myanmar has completed printing his systematic theology book.
Pastors in India attended a three-day Pastors’ Motivation and Revitalization Camp, learning ministry principles from the book The Doctrine and Administration of the Church.
“Our God is still doing marvelous things in our lives and ministries on the field in Togo, West Africa,” says Joseph Akakpo.
Victor Vula is director and principal of Victory International School in Myanmar and leads Victory Community Chapel, which started in July 2017. Civil unrest continues …
An orphanage in Congo hopes to raise enough funds to refurbish its dormitory for the safety of the 146 orphans.
Two weeks ago Prasad Sakile was evangelizing door-to-door when people attacked him and his ministry team.
Pastor Safari Munyakazi is president of the Community of Free Baptist Churches in Congo. He sends the following ministry update. I would like to share …
Last week a leader in Myanmar who partners with Regular Baptist International asked for prayer after the military’s takeover of the Myanmar government. As the …
Gore Tamang is a missionary sent to Nepal from the New Testament Baptist Church Association in Manipur, India. He has been constructing a church for …
A leader in Myanmar who partners with Regular Baptist International asks for prayer after the military’s takeover of the government.
“By the grace of God and your prayers, the month of January has been quite a busy time,” says David Chhetri of Manipur, India.
Thomas Yeeson is pastor of Revelation Baptist Church in Lower Margibi County, Liberia. He sends the following ministry update. Thanks for your prayers and financial …
Two more churches have been planted in Tanzania, totaling 10 in the Holy Baptist Independent Churches of Africa.
A pastor in Central Africa reflects on “the challenges, opportunities, and moments of celebration from 2020.”
Ambassador Baptist Church in Yangon, Myanmar, sends its thanks for Regular Baptist Press materials.
Josiah Abedu-Kennedy is vice president of the Association of Fundamental Baptist Churches in Accra, Ghana. He sends the following ministry update. We are thanking the …
A ministry leader in Togo is glad to once again visit churches, after those in his region have reopened.
A ministry in Andhra Pradesh, India, conducted a Christmas clothes distribution for cyclone-affected people and baptized 16 individuals.
A youth program in Manipur met in December to praise God for His faithfulness.
Desert Hills Baptist Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has helped an international ministry leader with an important project: building a wall around his house.
“Our eyes are on the Lord for the challenges that come to us,” says an association in Liberia.
Thieves have stolen about 200 feet of recently installed electrical wires from Crossroads Baptist Church in West Africa.
Joshua Masaba, president of the Eastern Uganda Baptist Association, shares an urgent prayer request: the orphans his ministry cares for need food.
Church construction and a leadership meeting marked recent ministry highlights of the Fellowship of Baptist Churches in Assam, India.
New Life Regular Baptist Society in Andhra Pradesh, India, is providing food, medicine, and spiritual guidance after Cyclone Nivar hit the area.
“In spite of the ongoing world pandemic of COVID-19, the Lord had been so faithful to our lives and ministry,” says David Chhetri of Manipur, India.
Wesley Chatla of Andhra Pradesh, India, asks people to pray for his father, Dr. Devasahayam Chatla, who is in the hospital.
“It is always a pleasure to bring our ministry news and prayer update to you,” says Victor Vula of Myanmar.
In the bush of northern Tanzania, Joseph Ayoo Naftali leads eight churches that have been planted through the Holy Baptist Independent Churches of Africa.
“Praise God with us for all His goodness and faithfulness during the past six months lockdown,” says Dr. H. C. Stephen of Manipur, India.
A pastor in Tanzania sends his thanks for Regular Baptist Press Sunday School curriculum.
A mission school in Andhra Pradesh, India, needs funds to continue educating students, says school administrator Wesley Chatla.
New churches are under construction in Mantripalem, Dokiparru, and Choragudi, India, reports Dr. Chatla Devasahayam.
B. T. Pousiam of Manipur, India, requests prayer and financial support for a neighboring church as it constructs a new building.
Pastor Jermi Babu, president of Hope Now Interior Ministries in India, reports on the ministry’s efforts to educate villages on the importance of taking COVID-19 health precautions.
To comply with COVID-19 regulations in Kenya, Pastor Thomas Ooga says his congregation will need to either build a new church or buy a bigger tent to meet in.
A Bible college and seminary in Assam, India, is training not only students but also local pastors and upcoming leaders.
A church in Ghana will be able to start constructing a building, thanks to the generosity of a donor.
As churches in the Congo plan to reopen, their leaders are equipping the buildings to meet sanitary requirements.
Pastor Joshua Masaba of Uganda thanks Regular Baptist International donors for their generous giving and says financial help is still needed for an orphanage.
Pastor John Nascimento prays that the president-elect in Guyana will not make missionary work more difficult.
“The coronavirus is very extreme here in India,” says Dr. Chatla Devasahayam of South India.
“It is fascinating to see how the Lord is working among us,” says Dr. Christian Wei of China.
An association of churches in India faces flooding along with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Calvary Baptist Church in Monrovia, Liberia, resumed services on June 21, adhering to social distancing.
An association of churches in Ghana thanks Regular Baptist International for helping to provide COVID-19 relief packages.
The Jesus film has been a very effective tool to share the gospel in many countries of Africa.
A ministry that partners with Regular Baptist International sends a plea for prayer after a tragedy. The name of the ministry is being withheld due to persecution.
In Myanmar, missionaries are helping the Uppu people learn how to read and write.
An association of churches in Congo is distributing masks so residents can attend church in small groups.
Construction of a Bible school in Liberia has come to a standstill due to a lack of funds.
“I am writing this email with a thankful heart,” says Pastor Mwema Bertin, president of the Community of Evangelical Baptist Churches of Congo.
With restrictions in Ghana affecting where churches may gather, one congregation is praying for funding to construct a permanent church building.
A pastor in India needs to replace his small scooter with a larger motorcycle so he can travel safely in the rainy season.
Churches in India with sufficient space reopened June 14 after three months of the country being on lockdown.
Pastor Chatla Devasahayam in South India requests help purchasing hearing aids.
“Praise the Lord and thanks to God for the chance to see life in ministry,” says Joseph Ayoo Naftali of Tanzania.
An association of churches in Congo thanks Regular Baptist International for sending Bibles, enabling church members to read the Word of God at home.
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An association of churches in Ghana thanks Regular Baptist International for its assistance in a COVID-19 pandemic relief project.
A church planter in India shares how God has worked in a family’s life through a church’s distribution of food.
Joshua Masaba, president of Eastern Uganda Baptist Association, expresses his heartfelt appreciation for Regular Baptist International’s financial support that will give food to disadvantaged people of his community.
Amid coronavirus restrictions in India, Pastor Prasad Sakile says that many of his fellow pastors “are suffering with hunger.”
The Children’s Assistance Friendship Foundation in Monrovia, Liberia, has begun an agricultural project that will help underwrite the cost of Christian education.
Like many countries, India is under lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. So when people can’t work, they can’t purchase food.
Manila Baptist Church in the Philippines is grieving the loss of its beloved pastor, Arleen Fidel, who died March 29.
In India, six churches are being built with the Indian Christian Bethel Baptist Gospel Fellowship.
“China has hired thousands and thousands of internet policemen, or an internet army, to monitor all online activities,” says Eddie Wang of Chinese for Christ International.
While Liberia is on lockdown to eradicate COVID-19, Pastor Jesse Quapourlee is still preaching the gospel on a radio station that reaches 14 of Liberia’s 15 counties.
“The coronavirus scourge that struck our nation early last month has caused great general destruction to our nation,” says Pastor Joshua Masaba of Uganda.
Strong wind and heavy rain in Andhra Pradesh, India, “wiped out everything in the rural villages,” including rice fields and a church roof.
“Our prayers are with you as we all go through this worldwide lockdown,” says Pastor G. Larque Vaye of Monrovia, Liberia.
Ruth Nelson Billa sends her greetings from India, where a lockdown is in place due to COVID-19.
Pastor Mwema Bertin of the Democratic Republic of Congo thanks Regular Baptist International donors for helping the hungry during this challenging time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the past year, Village of Hope Academy in Bong County, Liberia, has been planting rice fields to feed its students.
Arleen Fidel, pastor of Manila Baptist Church in the capital of the Philippines since 1991, died March 29.
“The Lord is so gracious and kind to supply all our needs,” says the president of Hope Now Interior Ministries in South India.
Grandview Christian School in Iowa helped a Christian school in India remain open this school year.
Construction of K.C. Brown Primary School is currently ongoing in Liberia, but funds are needed to complete the building.
A minister in Manipur, India, says he will not feel at ease ministering outside his home until he can build a fence around the orphanage where his family lives.
An association of churches in Africa recently baptized 71 people, including a Muslim couple.
The Fellowship of Baptist Churches in Assam, India, is rebuilding a 70-year-old church.
Two churches in India are thankful for the ministries of their pastors.
An association of churches in Africa is praying for the Lord’s provision of funds to complete construction projects in a Bible institute and five churches.
Churches in Ghana are growing. “Rejoice with us in all that the Lord is doing with us here,” says Josiah Abedu Kennedy.
In Kenya, a church in Kenya baptized young people who had professed Christ as Savior at a youth seminar last April.
In Guyana, South America, ministry leaders are training two men to become pastors.
More than 200 people professed faith in Christ during a conference in Kenya.
Chris Hindal spoke at the Ash Wednesday Conference in Jamaica, an annual event at Havenhill Baptist Church in Kingston.
Christian Way Missions, based in Saipan, has canceled its Christian education training amid the spread of the coronavirus.
A pastor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo sends his thanks for donations that helped his community purchase food after a hailstorm destroyed crops.
The school year is winding down in Bangladesh, as children recently headed home for three weeks of vacation to celebrate Christmas.
Evangelism efforts in Kenya have resulted in many people professing faith in Christ.
In Myanmar, Mang Cin Pau has finished writing a theology book in the Myanmar language.
New Life Regular Baptist Society in Andhra Pradesh, India, provided training for Sunday School teachers.
In Peru, more than two hundred people professed faith in Christ through the evangelistic efforts of Peru Baptist Bible College.
An association in Africa held a conference to strengthen pastors.
A ministry in Liberia is preaching the gospel in one of the country’s predominating Muslim-inhabited counties.
A ministry in India will be sharing the gospel at its Neighborhood Community Christmas Celebration, to be held in two locations.
A ministry in India in thankful for a young girl’s decision to profess Christ as her Savior.
Pastor Raja Sekhar of India has begun using the two churches he planted as teaching sites for Good News Bible College and Seminary.
Beginning in January, Alipur Baptist Church in India will begin renovating its building, which was constructed in 1951 by Baptist Mid-Missions missionaries.
The International Partnership of Fundamental Baptist Ministries is changing its name to Biblical Baptist Partnership International.