http://www.asianews.it/news-en/US-Christian-missionary-arrested-in-India-30310.html Â by Nirmala Carvalho Rev David Grant, a pastor with the Evangelical Assemblies of God World Missions, is accused of breaking visa rules. For the president of the Global Council of Indian Christians (GCIC), his arrest underscores the unequal treatment reserved for Christian clergymen, who are often subjected to "threats, abuse and arrests." Mumbai (AsiaNews) […]
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http://www.nbc12.com/story/27363408/first-time-richmond-missionary-reflects-on-experience-in-india RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) – Missionary work is not always easy, but it can be rewarding and life-changing. Nikki Thompson, a first-time missionary- just back from India- knows this first-hand. "We need to do a better job of just giving to others close to us and those also abroad," said Thompson. This is […]
http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/couples-mission-save-indias-girls-prostitution-23434217 India doesn't give missionary visas.Â The illegal missionaries are penetrating the society in the name of social work to convert people to Christianity.
(India stopped giving missionary visas.Â Missionaries enter India as visitors or on business visa which is illegal.Â Due to corruption, inefficiency and lackadaisical approach ofÂ Indian Government missionary activities go unchecked) source: http://lexch.com/news/local/lexington-duo-returns-from-missionary-trip-to-india/article_5e5b5fae-ba6b-11e3-970d-001a4bcf887a.html Kevin Zelaya C-H staff writer lexch.comÂ LEXINGTON, Neb. â€“ After previous church missionary trips to Mexico and Madagascar, Pastor Rex Adams is […]
source: Baptist Press, March 19, 2014Â Â http://bpnews.net/BPnews.asp?id=42208 INDIA (BP) — Sometimes, where you sit determines how you look at the world. Adrian Keillor,* understands that better than most. He sits in fancy corporate boardrooms and lowly village huts — sometimes in the same week. Â At the moment, he's sitting in a padded chair behind […]
(CW Editor's note:Â This is a cock-and-bull story created by missionaries to enter India on visitor visa as India doesn't give missionary visas.Â The modus operandi of missionaries is 1) portray target heathen regions asÂ problem areas 2) setup Non-Governmental organizations 3) Use these organizations as a mask for conversion activities Open questions: 1. Did […]
source: Morning times,Â January 27, 2014 Colin Hogan/Morning Times | Posted: Monday, January 27, 2014 12:51 am Sayre resident Krystle Garrison, 28, serves up a warm bowl of chicken soup during a fundraiser at the Sayre Christian Church Sunday, which will help pay for her mission trip to Mungeli, India this October.
source: Daijiworld, Aug 29, 2011 Puttur, Aug 29: Four persons, reportedly belonging to a Christian sect, were handed over to the police by the residents of Boodujal of Nedle village near Uppinangady on Sunday August 28. The locals, including some dalits, accused K J Kunhimonu (30) from Mundruppady in Dharmasthala, Saino P T (23), Lenny […]
source: Freethinkers Mukto-mona, 13 May, 2010 Sanal Edamaruku President of Rationalist International "India, especially Calcutta, is seen as the main beneficiary of Mother Teresa's legendary 'good work' for the poor that made her the most famous Catholic of our times, a Nobel Peace Prize Winner and a living saint. Evaluating what she has […]
Source:Â Lariat Online (Baylor University), Jan 28, 2009 Undercover missions are an irresponsible means to spread Christianity. This type of mission work has created an ethical quandary that evangelicals are at a loss to justify.