Church Ministry

One of the effective evangelistic methodology adopted by Gospel for India to impact the people of India with the gospel of Jesus Christ, is to plant new Churches through out the unreached areas in the country. As the number of disciples multiplies by the spreading of gospel, it is necessary to establish spiritually vibrant and dynamically reproducing churches located in strategically important places.

The purpose of this ministry by Gospel for India is to reach new generations and new people groups with the Word of God and establish congregations with strong traditional values with Biblical foundation. These new churches are also a field to surface efficient and strong spiritual leaders with deep gospel orientation.

Children Ministry

"Train up a child in way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it". Proverbs 21:6. Sunday school was conducting on every Sunday. We divide the children in age wise and Sunday school teachers teach the lesions. Every year we conduct Vocation Bible School for children of ages 5-18 in three different places for 7-10 days during summer time. Each day we teach them Christian songs, stories and many other activities which make them understand the gospel.

Youth Ministry

In Youth Ministry we seek to develop the teenagers’ talents and abilities in music, drama and dancing, as well as in faith and the Word Of God. This will also develop the young people’s self-confidence and their faith in Jesus Christ. God Says "Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the LORD rises upon you. (Isa 60:1)” it is time that you shine for your Lord.

Village Egangilism

We are proclaiming the gospel in unreached villages and establishing house churches where believers meet in rented accommodation. A local pastor is appointed by Harvest Ministry to take care of spiritual needs and conduct worship and teaching and set up local prayer cell groups as many people travel from surrounding areas. Many people are being led to a faith in Christ (from darkness to light) and then taken care of within the local church. Baptisms are now becoming a regular feature