Category Archives: Ten Thousand Churches

Our Most Vital Partners in the Mission

We’ve got you to thank. Because every day, throughout our network of ministries, lives are being transformed, hope is being renewed, and Jesus is building his church. And lately, the stories from the field have been awe-inspiring… Communities without access … Continue reading

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A Church for Hamu Thanda

Last month God made a way for us to open five new church buildings in India. One of those buildings, located in the village of Hamu Thanda, belongs to a church that was started by Pastor Luka Naik. Luka’s a … Continue reading

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A Church for Ramannagudem

During the month of August we opened five new church buildings in India. One of those was located in Ramannagudem, a rural village populated by the Lambadi tribe. Started by Pastor Chandra Shekhar in 2013, Ramannagudem Church has grown steadily … Continue reading

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The Opening of Kalvapalli Church

Kavlapalli Church was born out of a family’s desire to reach a neighboring village with the Gospel. As we shared last February, Pastor Madhu Naik lived in a neighboring town with his wife and two young children when he felt … Continue reading

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An Update from Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan, 10:08 PM EDT — I came back to Tokyo two weeks ago, after being away for a month’s long training in 3 global cities with City to City Asia Pacific. I sincerely want to thank those of you … Continue reading

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