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This ministry (name withheld for security reasons) began in 2001 primarily to bring the gospel to Indian Muslims. The work includes a literacy training program, outreach to poor women, and support to Muslim boys and girls.
The following background information was provided by Christian Aid Mission.
The ministry is based in the northern part of the country where the population is predominantly Muslim. Approximately 151 million Muslims reside in India today. Missionary personnel consist of ten full time gospel workers who have planted seven churches. The ministry has also developed an extensive training program which will be taught in their new training center. Trainees will spend ten months studying the history of Islam and the similarities and differences to Christianity. During their schooling, trainees are given hands-on experiences using this style of evangelism on Muslims in nearby areas.
The contributions of GCRI donors enabled this ministry to finish the first floor of this much needed center. This is one of the first centers exclusively designed to train those coming from Islamic backgrounds. It also equips them to reach Muslim neighbors in their respective cities, towns, and villages.