Posted on October 4th, 2009

Temporary churchbuildingIt is my joy to give you a brief report of our mission for the past six months. Our living Lord has been very gracious to us during the months of April ~ September 2009.

By God’s grace we were able to finish reading the entire Bible one time starting on 1st January 2009 at Genesis chapter one. In our mission, all the churches and believers are supposed to read one chapter each day. Today (28th Sept) we read 2-Samuel chapter 3. During these few months we have read Exodus ~ Samuel. We found the living “God was” with Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Joshua, Samuel, Soul & David, today the same Lord is with us (Mt. 28:20).

Posted on June 23rd, 2009
  • Thank God that after much prayer the Lord has brought a stable government in Central to rule coming five years. Pray for peace and hope, security, and stability.
  • God provided the finance to complete the construction work of Good Samaritan Hospital And the Kolkata Mission Centre at the land giving by Government.
  • God may open the heart of the people who received the gospel through our summer outreach teams and also pray for coming Vision Teams who are preparing to come and reach the unreach from Korea and other parts.
  • Pray for the need of a Hostel for 200 students of our Ideal Mission School where our Pastor’s, evangelist’s, and believer’s children are studying for future worker for the Lord.
  • Pray that many new students may come to our Seminary to study and the visit of Rev. Mrs. Sukrit Roy to USA and The Netherland would be fruitful.
  • Pray for pastors, evangelists and co workers to be filled with the Holy Spirit, grow, stay close to God, see fruit in their ministries and have their needs provided for.
Posted on April 24th, 2009

New CMA Church Building HatisurOn April 5th we celebrated Palm Sunday worship service and had a Peace Rally together with all the believers with palm leaves in hand singing Hosanna song. From 6th ~ 9th April we had passion week service and on 10th April had good Friday worship from 12 ~ 4 PM. This month on Easter Sunday, six adults and two children were baptized and a communion service was held. After that a Bible Quiz & love feast was held. After 4 PM all the Christians in Kolkata had an Easter procession and finally a joint worship at St. James Church ground.

Posted on April 12th, 2009

CMA Sunday morning serviceIt is my joy to write this CMA news letter. This Sunday, we celebrated the most glorious event in all of history. Because He lives, we who know Him shall live also. In the resurrection, Jesus Christ conquered sin and death; He is alive forever.

There is none other like Christ
He had no servants yet they called Him Master
No degree yet they called Him Teacher
No medicine yet they called Him Healer
No army yet He is Conqueror
He won no military battles yet He is victorious over the world
He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him
He was buried in the tomb yet He lives today!”

We thank God for His faithfulness that from the beginning of this year till today although the financial crisis of the world He is faithful to provide the every needs of us by His providence (Phil.4:19) as He supplied for Elijah by crow. We are ever grateful to those who are our mentors, teachers, advisors, prayer partners, supporters, co-workers and well wishers.

There were many events during these three months in our mission. You can find them in the Easter Letter

Posted on February 26th, 2009

Moipith Health Centre to be inauguratedCMA has a long tradition in the promotion of health for residents of the Sunderban Islands. These islands in the bay of the Ganges are a unique eco-system. At the same time, the inhabitants are very poor and deprived of many facilities. On most islands you will find no gas, water or electricity. Often, the farmers can provide their own food, but medical care is practically inaccessible. Regularly CMA teams go with one of our two boats to the islands, accompanied by a doctor, an optician and a pharmacist. 

We are particularly grateful that, by the help of “Palm en Ceder” from the Netherlands, five clinics could be built where our health care gets a permanent place. This week four of the five clinics on the islands were inaugurated by Rev. Willem Smouter from the Dutch church in Breukelen. Read the rest of this entry »

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.