Musahar, Hindu in India

 An unreached group of “untouchables”. Lord please send them the gospel through thy labourers!   The Musahar are considered one of the lowest of the Dalit groups and suffer tremendously from their status in society. Their name is derived from two words meaning rat catcher, and is likely attributed to them for their tendency toContinue reading “Musahar, Hindu in India”

Bairagi, Hindu in India

 Another totally unreached people with twice the population of Ulster!   The history of the Bairagi commences with Ramanuja, who lived in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, and taught in the southern part of India. A proper Bairagi is one whose principal deity is either Vishnu or any of his incarnations, like Rama and Krishna.Continue reading “Bairagi, Hindu in India”

Then the end will come

This gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come. (Matthew 24:14) I don’t know any more inspiring missionary promise than this word from Jesus. Not: This gospel should be preached. … Not: This gospel might be preached. But: This gospelContinue reading “Then the end will come”

How will they hear?

 Yet another unreached people. Have they ever heard? Highly unlikely! There must be disciples among them before the end of the world! Dzala of Bhutan The Dzala people live in the highlands along the upper course of the Kholongchu River. This part of Bhutan is extremely poor. Visitors have said it is like stepping backContinue reading “How will they hear?”