Posted on February 13th, 2009

IMG_2803.JPGBy the grace of God today, Friday February 13, 2009 we had the 18th B. Th. Graduation Service of India Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. For this ceremony three foreign professors were present: Rev. Dr. Kim Ha-jin and Rev. Dr. Woon Se Yeo came over from Korea and the United States, while Rev. William Smouter was present on behalf of Breukelen Church in the Netherlands.

Six students finished their B Th Study with a degree given:

  1. Munna Mondal
  2. Bpaa Bag
  3. Dinendra Rabha
  4. Monoj Nandi
  5. Sunil Mardi
Posted on January 5th, 2009

Christ Mission Ashram calenderBy the grace of God we have entered a new year, the Year of the Lord 2009. We consider it our calling to bring the gospel of Christ to unreached people in North India, through teaching, preaching (evangelism), healing, discipling and planting churches in unreached people groups. This includes crèche, orphanage, Ideal Mission School, India Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Good Samaritan Hospital, Literacy, and reaching the Sunderban Islands.
Throughout this website we offer you information about this work, with a specific aim: we hope that you will join us in prayer for this Ministry, while only in the power of God we can fullfill our calling.

dr. Sukrit Roy.

Posted on December 30th, 2008

CMA "MV Salt and Light"The Sunderban Islands are having a special place in our ministry. We feel it as our burden to reach the unreached, and to preach Christ where He was not known. These islands in the delta of the great Ganghes river are inhabited by people that are unreached in many aspects. Many of them are not in touch with either schooling or basic health care, and no one ever told them the Gospel. Our Boat-ministry is to extend a hand to the inhabitants of all the 54 islands. By the grace of God we we treated a total of 15625 patients this year (2008). We also had 62 cataract surgeries by the help of Dr.Park Jae Hyung of Spiritual Wave mission.

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Posted on December 20th, 2008

Artist impression of new CMA-buildingThe year 2008 was a year when Indian Christians had to pass the fiery furnace (I Peter 4:12) in different corners of India such as Orissa, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Assam, and Uttaranchal etc. Throughout this year the living Lord has shown us His grace, mercy and protecting hands and carried us in His wings (Isa. 40:31). By His grace for our Kolkata Love Presbyterian Church we baptized 7 people on Easter. We are also preparing 7 more to be baptized in Christmas. During this one year God has blessed us abundantly, and we praise Him with all our heart.

Posted on December 20th, 2008

[singlepic id=33 w=130 h= mode=web20 float=left]a) Pray for 155 co-workers of CMA to be filled with the Holy Spirit to bear fruits.

b) Pray for Kolkata Love Church Plan Sanction and finance for construction.
c) For Planting 1000 Churches, Swapnabas (Dream House)and IMS Hostel
d) For generous Christmas Gift/monthly support to 22 Ordained pastors and 70 evangelists, teachers and others.
e) Pray for the Festival of Peace, construction of Good Samaritan Hospital, and eye camp.
f) May God provide our daily needs to serve Him better.
g) God may bless all the persecuted Christians in India and that the Church may multiply.

Posted on December 20th, 2008

[singlepic id=38 w=140 h= mode=web20 float=left]By the help of Oikonomos foundation through these “MV.Salt & Light” vessels through out this year we treated a total of 15625 patients this year. We also had 62 cataract surgeries by the help of Dr.Park Jae Hyung of Spiritual Wave mission. Please pray for the up coming cataract operation on 23-27 Jan 2009 for success.

By the help of Palm En Ceder we are able to build 5 health centers in remote Islands.

By the grace of God and the help of Shin Banpo Po Church the Good Samaritan Hospital Work has been started and the ground floor construction has been completed. The first floor is being built at the moment. Please pray for the rest of the finance, utensils, doctors and management.

We are also grateful to Green Park Church for helping at the KLPC medical Camp.

Posted on December 20th, 2008

By the grace of God we are having two Bengali and one English/ Korean Service in our church every Sunday and two Sunday Schools in Bengali & English. On Tuesday’s we have a youth service, on Wednesday we have worship and on Friday night, we have prayer and home cell worship. We have started a children’s crèche with 35 and have also started an Adult Creech, with 20 members right now. We started this in February and it is from Monday through Friday 8.am to 5pm. We also have a Free Medical Clinic every Friday providing free medicine to the surrounding needy.

Posted on October 1st, 2008

CMA Sunday morning serviceGreetings in Jesus precious name.
Reformed Presbyterian Church in India (CMA) is growing day by day by the providence of God in West Bengal, Jharkanda, Assam, Tripura, Sikkim, Orissa and Nepal. Here below I am giving a brief report of our Mission.

Calcutta Love Presbyterian Church

By the grace of God from 29th June in the morning Bengali Sunday service at 8:30AM begun with 21 church attendants and also the second Bengali service as usually at 11 AM in the midst 10:00-10:45 have adult Bible study. Sunday English service is going on 2:30 P.M. in this mother Church.
Pray with us for the Fire and Police permission and finally the plan sanction & Construction of our New Mission Campus at the new land given by the goverment.

Posted on May 3rd, 2008

daughterchurchWe entered the new year with a candlelight Watch Night Service at Calcutta Love Presbyterian Church (Mother Church) with the message “Be a man of vision with Ezra, Nehemiah” (Ezra 7:10). 

Thank God by His grace that we were able to plant 120 churches in different corners of India and the surrounding countries. Four other churches are under construction and are ready to dedicate (Kokrajhar, Konkondighi and Jotishpur, respectively). Please pray for the dedications. We are grateful to Rev. Kim Jau. Please pray: We need to build churches at (1) Logos Presbyterian Church (Nepal), (2) Gaisal Presbyterian Church (Nepal), (3) Choto Molla Khali (Island), (4) Parul Presbyterian Church, (5) Nisshindra Presbyterian Church, (6) Kuiamuri Presbyterian Church (Island) in the near future. Pray that the Lord may provide all that is needed to accomplish this.

Posted on January 22nd, 2008
Source: The Liberty Champion

by Stan Barringer
Two campus pastors and 24 Liberty students experienced a holiday of dust, grime, intense heat, poverty and overcrowding in the busy streets of India. Pastor Johnnie Moore led a missions team to Kota, India, while Scott Ray and his wife, Rebekah, led a team to Calcutta. Light Ministries organized both trips, which were held over Christmas break.

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