Transformation Nepal brings hope through the Gospel

Sharing the good news of Christ with a refugee family
Sharing the good news of Christ with a refugee family
Training refugees, East Nepal
Training refugees, East Nepal
Bishwa & Remila Kharmacharya, Directors, Transformation Nepal
Bishwa & Remila Kharmacharya, Directors, Transformation Nepal

Bishwa and Remila Kharmacharya are the leaders of an indigenous Christian ministry called Transformation Nepal. This is Mission ONE’s newest ministry partner. The following news comes from their last quarterly report (April–June 2009):

We ministered to Danuwars, Dalits, lower caste people, Newars, Chhetri, Brahmin and other mixed groups. In this quarter, 56 people accepted Christ, and 28 people got baptized. Also, 8 new churches have been planted in different parts of Nepal.

We were involved in different kinds of church planting, evangelism and leadership training. We did church visitation, house visitation and hospital visitation to meet with sick people. We were also preaching in different churches. We visited different church leaders to encourage them on what they are doing and we monitored their work.

We supported Pastor Sanukaji for pig raising as income generation project. We completed 3 sewing projects. We completed 4 adult literacy classes in June. These are the platforms to reach out and share the gospel.

If you are interested in learning more about the ministry of Transformation Nepal, please contact the Mission ONE Ambassador for Transformation Nepal, Ed Smith. You may also contact the Mission ONE office at 480-951-0900, or at info@mission1.org.


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