In West Nepal, many new believers have started coming to one of our churches there. They are coming to know Jesus and are being baptized. Signs and wonders are manifesting. Sick people are being healed. Many are being set free from the bondages of their traditions and rituals.
This is one of the most vulnerable places in West Nepal that is regularly affected by floods. Most of the people from this place are poor, uneducated, and often discriminated against. The land is affected by famine and shortages of foods. However, amid such a tragic reality, people are giving their lives to Jesus. According to their testimonies, they have been given new life, new hope, and new a future through Jesus Christ. They are learning to be confident about their faith and stand firm in Jesus’ love and compassion.
Every day new believers are coming to accept Jesus, and many are ready for water baptism.
Please remember this place and God’s people in your prayers.
Recently, it was our joy to share quality time with some beautiful children of the Himalayas. We gave them chocolates and chatted with them. It was such a wonderful conversation to learn about their likes, dislikes, aims, passions, interests, and family backgrounds.
These children do not know what the Covid-19 pandemic is. They do not understand why their school is not resuming. But they are more concerned about what they will eat tonight and tomorrow. They are worried about what is going to happen to them.
While most people know about the beauty of the Himalayas, not everyone knows that it is also plagued with extreme poverty and dire circumstances for a large percentage of its population. Two out of three rural families live on less than $3.00 per day, and the children of these families are the most vulnerable segment of the population.
RHMI creates paths out of poverty for the orphaned and abandoned children in the Himalayas. Through sharing the love of Christ, investment in their quality education, and innovative mentorship, we help children to build lives of leadership.
Help us show them the right way to pursue higher studies. Pull them out of the poverty pit and introduce them to the greatness of the Lord. Your partnership matters to them.
RHMI provides missionaries, evangelists pastors and house church leaders with mini radio speakers that have over 200 Bible lessons as well as the messages from our regular weekly radio broadcast called ‘The Blessed Life’. These lessons and messages have become like nectar to the most underprivileged and destitute of the Himalayas that keeps them motivated and full of the fire of the Holy Spirit.
During the current lockdowns, the radio ministry is having a greater impact. The lessons and messages recorded in the mini radio speakers have become a best friend to our missionaries and evangelists. They carry it wherever they go, sharing the Gospel and preaching from it. Many have been led to Christ through these lessons.
One example is Kumar C. Kumar is 34 years old and was very frustrated due to the unbalanced series of pandemic lockdown. He is a laborer and dependent on daily wages. Due to the current pandemic situation, he was unable to feed and care for his children properly. Having much anxiety and full of questions, Kumar was listening to a message from the Blessed Life in the mini radio speaker one evening. The message totally changed his faith in Jesus Christ. The topic was ‘God will never forget His covenant part 1’. The episode filled him with new energy and trust in such a way that he continued the series. He called all his children and wife together and asked everyone to kneel to give thanks to Jesus, for He will not forget His covenants.
Two days later, his landlord came to him, and provided him with some food relief. This just amazed Kumar. He declared “God is alive and He never forgets His promises to His children.”
To continue His great miracles, impacting people and renewing minds, RHMI has recently distributed 20 more radio speakers to the native missionaries in the Himalayas.
Your partnership is making a huge difference in the kingdom of Heaven.
RHMI is concerned with anything that is a threat to the native people in the Himalayas. Many villages which are still inaccessible and not connected with the road networks do not have the proper infrastructure. These communities face many disadvantages. Proper health care services are one of the most important. Premature death, complications in sicknesses, infant deaths, and many more issues are caused by the lack of proper health care.
Many people in the Himalayas are unable to obtain needed medicines. Women also do not have access to necessary health care products. Many do not understand the need for health care and hygiene.
Focusing on the importance of the mother’s health and wellness and the need for a hygienic environment for the whole family, RHMI conducted a short health care and hygiene awareness program. During the program we distributed sanitary pads to 80 families.
We give our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our God and our partners for your sacrificial support and prayers.
About: Reach Himalaya Ministries International is a non-profit Christian mission organization involved in reaching the remote villages of the Himalayas with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We transform communities by establishing local native churches among the unreached people of the Himalayas. Our vision is to Reach Nations, Impacting Lives, Planting Churches and Transforming Community. Our Vision is to equip nationals, planting churches, impacting lives, transforming communities and to see holistic development through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
To know the will of God, we need an open Bible and an open map.
God isn’t looking for people of great faith, but for individuals ready to follow Him. Reaching the unreached brings Joy, Happiness, and concern. Adventuring to the most unreached places doesn’t make you stranger, rather it makes you ‘Good News’. RHMI believes, “The Great Commission” is not an option to be considered; it is a command to be obeyed. We are debtors to every man to give him the gospel in the same measure in which we have received it. However, no one has the right to hear the gospel twice, while there remains someone who has not heard it once.
This is our yet another mission trip to the highest place of the Himalaya. We traveled for several hours through woods, crossed big rivers for more than 18 times, and carried big loads until we made it to the destination. What a fabulous and overwhelming conference it was, where hundreds of Villagers from far distance attended and were moved by the spirit of the Holy God. We shared our love and concerns with each one of our Native mission leaders and noted their problems and difficulties. As in the feast after the conference, we were delighted to feed those children and share it from Jesus’ Kitchen. You can imagine how hungry these people are. Hungry not due to starvation but due to the lack of immortal Bread of Life. A small act of kindness and visit to them makes them feel worthy and special. During a few days of our stay, we visited some houses and shared Gospels and also prayed for those sick people who couldn’t attend the conference. We thank our almighty God for bringing us safely back home, making it successful and memorable.
Dear Partners, All the money needed to send and support an army of self-sacrificing, joy-spreading ambassadors are already in the mission field. We only need backups. God’s work done in God’s way will never lack God’s supply. Dear friends, Our God of Grace often gives us a second chance, but there is no second chance to harvest a ripe crop. Let’s make a difference, impact lives, and proclaim the Gospels.
It has not been many years that we used to carry heavy generators and old-fashioned projectors lagging most of the time for miles to share gospels through Jesus’ film to the most unreached remotes areas in the Himalayas.
A 1979 biblical drama film, The Jesus Film is directed by Peter Sykes and John Krish, and produced by John Heyman is obviously a very old movie but the movie dubbed in the Nepali language has become a great asset to impact many lives. Regardless of any caste, color, education, and religion, the main objective of the movie show is to present the abstract of the Bible and Jesus himself.
We are grateful to those helping hands, generous hearts, and like-minded men of God who understood our struggles, visions, and supported with the modern portable and high-quality projectors. Today, the film ministry has become of the most influential and effective way of sharing Gospels to those who cannot read Bibles and even those who cannot see.
Yes, who cannot see. HOW? Well, we are the eyewitnesses of a miraculous incidence where 4 old persons having cataracts came to attend the movie show. Despite unclear eye visions, they wanted to listen to the movie and understand Jesus and the movie touched their hearts and they immediately accepted Jesus.
As the science facts say:
Humans are visual Creatures. Half of the human brain is directly or indirectly devoted to processing visual information. The brain can identify images seen for as little as 13 milliseconds. Al least 65% of people are “visual Learners”. Humans have a remarkable ability to remember pictures. Presentations using visual aids were found to be 43% more persuasive than unaided presentations. Today, RHMI has become successful in presenting Jesus Movie in many unreached remote places in the Himalayas.
We have abundant testimonies of people crying, being touched, and accepting Jesus immediately.
Sharing Gospels through Jesus Film Ministry has become easier, convenient, and effective than words that might raise debates, confusion, and sometimes conflicts.
GOD, NOAH & LOCKDOWN During the present pandemic COVID-19 lockdown, here we present a short motivational animation clip from the story of Noah. We believe this video will motivate and give hope and faith to a better tomorrow.
DID you know,
“The world had already been under Lockdown for 40 days and 40 nights millions of years ago”
In Bible Times, For 40 days and 40 nights it rained. And soon the whole earth was covered with water. Due to the increase of wickedness on Earth, God sent a flood to destroy the entire world of humankind and beasts. But due to the existence of one righteous person. blameless among the people of his time Noah, God wanted to establish his covenant with Noah God kept him, his entire family AND his chosen animals safe inside the big Ark Noah had all his supplies and food inside the Ark. He couldn’t go out but pray and wait for God’s next action. The Earth was under complete Lockdown.
Bible Says Exodus 9:14 or this time I will send the full force of my plagues against you and against your officials and your people, so you may know that there is no one like me in all the earth. Judgment is for sure, but repentance can surely save lives God loves you. Psalms 91 I will keep you safe from all hidden dangers and from all deadly diseases. I will cover you with my wings; you will be safe in my care; my faithfulness will protect and defend you.
You need not fear any dangers at night or sudden attacks during the day or the plagues that strike in the dark or the evils that kill in daylight. We have powers and authorities to cast out demons and break the bonds. We have the power of prayer over the COVID -19 pandemic. Let’s remain in faith and hope of a better tomorrow. Nobody is sure how long this will last But as long as we have our Faith in Jesus, We surely can fight through this Because God says, I am the Alpha and the Omega.
Meanwhile, Since God has given us wisdom, It is wise to know about the pandemic COVID-19, its symptoms and follow the basic preventive measure to combat Coronavirus.
What I feel is, if you have scrutinized hundred people you have met in your life journey, it means that you have read a hundred different books! Every person you know is alike book; the world is full of walking books; some are interesting while some are boring, some are weak while some are powerful, but they are all useful because they all carry different experiences of different paths! And every person is a personal lesson waiting to be told.
Meeting new people in the Hidden Himalayas, unfolding the lessons out of their life Books, sowing Gospels, and reaping testimonies out of their life has always remained our destined passion.
Matthew 18:12 What do you think? If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go out to search for the one that is lost? And if he finds it, truly I tell you, he rejoices more over that one sheep than over the ninety-nine that did not go astray We want to rejoice as we discover and meet the lost Children of God. We want to fulfill
We want to fill the space of Heaven with more souls and delight our beloved heavenly father. And all we believe is he rejoices more over new ones than those who did not go astray. #Must_Read Here we present you the #SECOND_PART of our travel to north-eastern Nepal in a search of our hidden people around the Himalayas. Lives in the Himalayas are enigmatic and mysterious. The more you read the lessons from the depth of this book, the more you find yourself drowned into the astounding creations of God.
We have read it somewhere, “if you want to chase angels or flee demons, go to Mountains.”
What is it about mountains that summarizes our greatest adventures and triumph? Is it their unpredictable force and unmerciful weather? Their towering, magnificent height? Their challenging presence?
Well, we have always been fascinated about mountains: admiring their beauty from afar and from their summits, attempting to reach the top of even the tallest and most treacherous mountains to explore those hidden, yet not forgotten native people around the Himalayas.
We are fascinated with every challenge we face climbing them, their role in nature, and of course their symbol for life: our journey, struggles, and triumphs. #Must_Read Here we present you the #FIRST_PART of our travel to north-eastern Nepal in a search of our hidden people around the Himalayas. Walking through the woods, along the steep and tapering paths, falling from big heights due to the push of Mules’ loads while crossing over the narrowest paths, above 400c of that torrid hot weather, flowing of sweats around the forehead to the chin, ambiguous feelings of never visiting again and pain of those unpleasant wounds. What an indelible climb it was! Nonetheless, soon we forgot all those agony and turmoil as we were welcomed by those delightful people.
Our passion to conquer the Himalayas was turning worthful finally. We didn’t find any words to explain their passion for praising the Lord despite their anguish and suffering. They brought all their oppressions and worries to the seminar to set their captivities free. And they made it. Surely, they were less in number but big with their angel hearts. A mountain is always a mountain for anyone unless one dares to climb it to explore its awesomeness hiding within its summits. We believe we should never measure the height of a mountain until we have reached the top. Then we will see how low it was. Mountains are not just a place where we satisfy our passions, they are the church where we meet our father, the Lord, and dine with him.