After retiring, Abraham thought his life would slow down, but God had a different plan. Feeling a deep passion in his heart for the Nepali-speaking people of India, he decided to start a ministry in 2000. He wanted to reach the Hindus and Buddhist with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He cried out for God to make a way, to allow him to continue his ministry. God heard his prayers and answered with four faithful hearts. Abraham was so grateful to God for these amazing people to work along side him, spreading the Gospel.
Over the last 17 years, Abraham and his team have led sixty families to Christ and built five village churches. They continue to share the love of Christ, leading more and more people to the Kingdom of God. Abraham had a great passion, but God was not finished yet.
Attending an ILI National Conference in 2017, Abraham felt the Lord laying two of the Core Values on his heart, Faithful Stewardship and Transformational Leadership. During these sessions, he realized God was calling him to hand over the ministry he was leading to a God-fearing leader. Someone with a deep, intimate relationship with God. Join us in prayer for Abraham and his ministry.
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