Church Planting in Jangila Village

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
Greetings to you in the precious name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
It is indeed with great pleasure and joy that I write to you today. God’s kingdom is being advanced
regardless of the pandemic, restrictions, and negative circumstances. What comes to my mind at
the time of writing this letter is “What Satan meant for evil, God used it for good.” Even in the thick
of Covid-19, God enabled one of our seminary graduates to plant a church among the Debbarma
Pantwi Debbarma from Tripura was a student at the Sathyam Theological Seminary. While he
was a student at our seminary he was hungry and thirsty to learn more about God’s word and he
was passionate to share the love of Christ to his fellow villagers back in his home state of Tripura.
Following his graduation, he returned to Tripura and started sharing the Gospel among the
Debbarma tribes. With God’s help and favor, many people were open to hearing the good news
of Jesus Christ and accepted Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Meetings started as small gatherings in the homes of the believers. As more and more people
began to come to the services, Brother Pantwi had informed us of a church requirement in the
Jangila village. By God’s grace and in partnership with the Bridge family, USA, we were able to
support Brother Pantwi request of planting a church among the Debbarma tribes in Jangila. Since
then, the local people have been gathering for prayer, worship, and Bible study and the feedback
that we have received from Brother Pantwi is “A big thank you for making this possible. People
are hungry for God and are eager to know more about Him. Even the children are excited to learn
new songs and praise Jesus.”
No pandemic, no persecutions, no hardships, nothing, no nothing can stop the Kingdom of God
from advancing. All glory to be God alone! We want to thank the Bridge family, USA, our faithful
friends, and partners for helping us train young men and women to share the love of Christ no
matter where they are. We couldn’t have done it without all your fervent prayers, support,
encouragement, and love for which we are grateful. I request you to keep Brother Pantwi in your
prayers and for Vill-Jangila Assembly, that they will shine the light of Jesus in the dark places.
Praying for you and your families.
Yours in Christ,
Dr. C.V. Vadavana

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