Connect the Dots | How do India and Nepal work together?


Vision Nationals expanded our work into Nepal in 2003, and we began training pastors to plant churches in 2008. Our church planters in Nepal work through a six-month Bible course, and we currently have over 50 churches scattered across Nepal and northern India that are affiliated with Vision Nationals.

For most of the pastors we work with, the six-month intensive course and the continued fellowship of the network is their only opportunity for study. However we pick the top students, like Ramesh, and send them to Vision Nationals campus in India to study at Master’s College of Theology.

Ramesh arrived in Vizag a few months ago to start his studies. When he graduates, we will send him back to Nepal as a key leader helping to train, lead, and encourage our many church planters across Nepal and northern India. This is one of many ways our work in India and Nepal are connected.

Vision Nationals trains young men and women from all over Asia at our fully accredited seminary in Vizag, India. To make a theological education accessible to our students, we subsidize their cost. We are currently looking for a sponsor to help subsidize Ramesh’s studies. For $75 a month you can help us subsidize one student’s tuition.  Give online or email for more information.

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