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Welcome to TellAsia! God is doing amazing things in the Ganges River Plain of north India, one of the least-evangelized places on earth. For the first time in history, the good news of Jesus is spreading to every district of the massive state of Uttar Pradesh (population 200 million). Visit TellAsia’s blog for stories about what God is doing in the lives of new native believers.
Over the past four years, TellAsia has built a united network of indigenous leaders, resulting in thousands of new believers gathering in house-based and village churches.
Your ongoing support of TellAsia Ministries means you are helping provide biblical training and practical resources to native leaders serving in some of the world’s toughest places.
In 2011 TellAsia provided education to 23,000 children in 79 villages. TellAsia also operates a children's home and two English-language schools for village children. One of our biggest projects right now is to complete the construction of Blue Haven Village, a center of hope serving thousands of children and their families in central Uttar Pradesh. Once built, Blue Haven Village will be entirely self-supporting.
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Hazards on the Road!
Through the 2020 Network project TellAsia is providing resources such as Bibles, cycles, motorcycles and musical instruments to hundreds of native pastors and leaders in North India. In preparation for the distribution in Barabanki District, the local pastor Chetram went to several villages to invite the new believers to come for the meeting. He informed [...]Read more...
Surbhi (not her real name), a 21-year-old unmarried girl, was brought into captivity and sexually harassed by a Hindu ‘Baba’ (guru). He hypnotized her so she would not cause trouble, and treated her cruelly. She was raped and beaten almost every day. The “Tantrik” (godman) and his son exploited her and several other women who [...]Read more...
I was brought up in a typical Hindu family. I attended school but found English a very difficult subject. Despite my best efforts I could not master it. When I found out that I didn’t pass my 10th grade examination, I lost all interest in my studies and decided to search for work instead of [...]Read more...