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SAHARA MINISTRIES                       Regd under 1908/32A Sec Act – 117/2005 (28th Nov, 2005)                   H.No: 7 ...
SAHARA MINISTRIES - PROFILEVISION:    Partnering in God’s Vision for proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom           (Matt...
INTRODUCTION ABOUT OUR ADOPTED PEOPLE GROUPS‘It is not enough to do evangelism or to plant a single congregation. We have ...
KOYA in ANDHRA PRADESH & ODISHA States               The Koyas mainly inhabit the hilly areas of Khammam, West Godavari, E...
LAMBADA (BANJARA)The Lambadas are a scheduled tribe inhabiting throughout of Andhra Pradesh. Theyare also known as Sugalis...
BONDA in ODISHA                       The Bonda are an ancient tribe of people numbering approximately                    ...
EVANGELISM, DISCIPLESHIP & CHURCH FORMING: According to Christ’s Great Commission, it is the duty of every Christian to “ ...
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (ASP) FOR CHILDREN:                        Sahara Ministries is reaching out very poor and needy, cha...
FINANCIAL REQUEST:Our holy task is in great need for finance and also the backsupport. We, therefore, invite to launch you...
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There is probably more diversity of religions and sects in India than anywhere else on the earth. Apart from having nearly all the worlds great religions represented, India was the birth place of Hinduism, Buddism, a vital supporter of Zoroastrianism and home to Jainism. Apart from these native religions, India hosted a number of other religions. In 1971, the number of Christians in India was 14.2 Millions, which rose to 32.20 Million at the end of 2011, sharing an overall increase of 55.6%. It is expected that this figure would double by the end of 2020 AD.

So please help us to reach many more unreached people groups with your Loving, Valuable, Generous and Blessed support.

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  1. 1. SAHARA MINISTRIES Regd under 1908/32A Sec Act – 117/2005 (28th Nov, 2005) H.No: 7 – 1 – 232, Dwaraka Nagar, KHAMMAM – 507002. A.P. INDIA.HELPING the POOR & Cell: +91 – 944 – 057 – 6580 , Land: +91 – 874 – 225 – 3996 Reaching the E-Mail: or Unreached Web site: (Under Construction) Dear Brother / Sister in Christ, Sub: Requesting financial support for SAHARA MINISTRIES to reach the hopeless and unreached people Groups of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa States of India. Greetings to you in the matchless name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. I am a humble Servant of God and jealous for God to do anything to establish His Kingdom according to His will. Let me introduce God’s Design Ministry. I am inspired by the Holy Spirit to obtain your blessed address to contact you in my deep fasted prayers. Lord has been directed me to contact you and thereby I am contacting you in His High name. God name will be glorified. It is really a great privilege that God has given to share something with you about SAHARA MINISTRIES activities for your kind cooperation. Our Lord has given us the burden for the lost souls. We work with burden for India we toil day and night with tears and fears in the heart. We share the GOSPEL through various means and methods. i.e., Advance Discipleship Training (ADT), Tribal Ministry, Church planting (CP), Story Telling 4 Trainings (ST4T), After School Clubs (ASC Clubs), Evangelism, Pastors Conferences, Leadership Trainings, hospital visiting, Adult Literacy Program, Orphanage, Old Age Home and Relief and Rehabilitation. Our burden is to plant at least Three (3) new churches every year amongst those who have not heard the Name of Christ. We need your prayers and join with us in achieving the goal of soul winning. Do join with us in this "Great work" of leading other lost souls. Here I am presenting the detailed report about the people groups and also needs of the people and also Church Planters Information. If you need any information please feel free to ask us. If you provide the financial support to our pastors, it will be a happiest CHRISTMAS in their lives. For immediate communication please contact our Mobile No: +91 – 944 – 057 – 6580 or through mail: We are expecting a favorable reply and a ray of HOPE from your end. Thank you for your generous giving. Thanking You Sir, God’s Servant in His Mission (Rev. LALBAHUDUR SHASTRI) Executive Director, Sahara Ministries HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  2. 2. SAHARA MINISTRIES - PROFILEVISION: Partnering in God’s Vision for proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom (Matt.24:14) to the people of India.Purpose: Is to “Become perfect in Jesus Christ (Colo.1:28) for good works which God ordained to walk in for fulfilling life" (Eph. 2:10).MISSION: To serve as a vehicle of God’s love for meeting the Spiritual and Social needs of the poor and disadvantaged.FINANCIAL INTEGRITY It is having strong commitment to maintaining the highest standards of financial Integrity, spending contribution according to the purpose for which they were raisedIntegrity: At Sahara Ministries, integrity is sacrosanct. We believe in honesty, transparency and accountability in all matters - from fund utilization and sharing of information, to delivery of work. For us dependability and credibility is the touchstone of how we work and what we do. (SOURCE: JOSHUA PROJECT) India is the place where there is great harvest of Souls to Win for Christ. The greater request is that India has 4,695 people groups and out of these 1245 groups was reached the gospel. Almost there are 3,335 groups yet to reach in India. Of the 16,448 total people groups, 7,082 are identified as unreached using Joshua Project criteria, totaling 2,886,937,000 individuals. Of these 7,082 groups, 6,076 are in 10/40 Window countries. That means 86% of all unreached people groups are in the 10/40 Window. 1,006 of the unreached groups are NOT in the 10/40 Window, totaling 79,163,000 individuals. These groups are relatively accessible to the Gospel. About 2,550 people groups are in bondage to Hinduism –996,000,000 people. Approximately 2,275 of them are unreached-perishing without an opportunity to hear the Gospel. Forced to worship 330 million gods. Over 920 million people in over 2,000 people groups remain to be reached in India alone! Christians from these nations are making heroic efforts to reach this region for Christ and God is at work. But a truly great challenge remains! Our Major Activities are: Evangelism & Discipleship Orphanage Church Forming Old Age Home Adult Literacy Program School after School for poor Children Health Activities & Medical Camps Income Generating Programs Environmental Awareness & Climate Community Development Activities change Women empowerment Activities. HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION ABOUT OUR ADOPTED PEOPLE GROUPS‘It is not enough to do evangelism or to plant a single congregation. We have not done our job unless a movement of fully indigenous, mission-minded, multiplying churches is planted in a people group. Then they can evangelize their own people, city or nation.’ KONDA REDDIS IN ANDHRA PRADESHGEOGRAFIVAL INFORMAION: Konda (Hill) Reddis arerecognized as a primitive tribe of Andhra Pradesh. They aredisbursed over a large part of Eastern Ghats and their habitatextends from Sileru River in the north to the Sabari River in thewest and plains of coastal Andhra in the East. There assettlements of Konda Reddis in the districts of Khammam, Eastand West Godavari Districts. The Konda Reddi hamlets are whollyinaccessible and out of contact with the rest of the world. They livein hill settlements, quite a few of which are even todayinaccessible by road. Because of living in isolation and also Andhra Pradeshsituated on hill tracts they have largely remained food-gatherers Mapand shifting cultivators. Konda Reddis speak telugu as theirmother tongue in the same dialect and accent as the non tribal of the East GodavariDistrict.LIVING CONDITIONS: The population as per 2011 census is1,32,569. The total literacy rate among Konda Reddi is 21% and thefemale literacy rate is 11%. They eat a variety of tubers, roots,leaves, wild fruits etc. They collect and sell in the market liketamarind, adda leaves, myrobolan, broom sticks etc. Jowar andCorn are cultivated on the hill slopes. It is their staple food. Theyalso grow chodi, red gram, bajra, beans, paddy and pulses. Thistype of tillage, in which the axe and not the plough is the primaryinstrument, is in Andhra Pradesh known as podu, but there areimportant differences among the various forms of shiftingcultivation. They also hunt with bow and arrow, and those living on KONDA REDDIthe banks of the Godavari add to their food supply by fishing, oftenfrom dug-out canoes.FAMILY & MARRIAGE: The Konda Reddi family is patriarchaland patrilocal. Monogamy is a rule but polygamous families arealso found. Marriage by negotiations, by love and elopement,by service, by capture and by exchange are socially acceptedways of acruiring mates. Levirate is in vogue. They worshipmuthayalamma (Village Deiy), Bhudevi (Earth Goddess),Gangamma Devi (River Goddess) etc., and celebrate festivals Mr. Shastri sharinglike Mamidi Kotha, Bhudevi Panduga, Gangamma Panduga and the gospel toVana Devudu Panduga. The men and women folk jointly Kondareddiperform dance on festive and marriage occasions. VillagersHEALTH PROBLEMS: Malaria, Typhoid, Skin Diseases, diarrhea, Pneumonia, T.B,Anemia, HIV-AIDS, Eye Problems, General Weakness (Less B. Complex) are common inthe villages.DRINKING WATER: Most of the people use the water from the streams or bore wellsCROPS : Corn, Red Gram, Paddy, Korra, Green Gram,DRESS CODE : Men - Towel with small Cloth, Women – Saree with Blouse HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  4. 4. KOYA in ANDHRA PRADESH & ODISHA States The Koyas mainly inhabit the hilly areas of Khammam, West Godavari, East Godavari, and Warangal districts and are sparsely found in Adilabad and Karimnagar districts. The Koya population as per 2011 Census is 4,96,876 in Andhra Pradesh. The total literacy rate among Koya as per 2011 Census reports is 27.83. The Godavari and Sabari rivers which are flowing through their area of habitation exercise profound influence on Koyas economic, social and cultural life. Koyas popularly call themselves as Dorala Sattam (Lords group) and Putta Dora (original lords). Koyas call themselves Koya Man "Koitur" in their dialect. Though strongly influenced by neighbouring Telugu speaking people, they retained a typical cultural trait of Koya culture. Therest of the Koyas found in Khammam district (Bhadrachalam division), Polavaram area ofWest Godavari district speak Koya. It is also called "Chettu Basha" (Tree language) or Galibasha (Air language) in Telugu language as it is spoken by people living under the trees andforests.The Koya tribe is divided into several functional, endogamous groups whoare in turn divided into several exogamous phratries. These divisions areexogamous and are meant mainly to regulate marital alliances and otherfamily relations. Each phratry is again divided into several clans. Nuclearand monogamous families are predominantly found. Marriage among KOYA WomenKoyas take place after attainment of puberty and cross cousin marriages on Workare encouraged. Levirate is socially accepted. The following four types ofacquiring spouses are in vogue among Koyas.Marriage by negotiations is the most preferred mode of acquiring mates in modern timesamong Koyas. Monogamy is the general practice among Koyas though polygamy is sociallyapproved. Descent is through male line only. Koya woman is industrious and she is aneconomic asset to the family. The woman attends to all agricultureoperations except ploughing besides domestic work. Divorce is oral andconventional but not legal and it may be initiated from either side. TheKulapanchayath plays an important role in administering the divorce.Widow remarriage known as Maru Manuvu is allowed among Koyas,though the remarried widow is not allowed to wear "Puste" (marriage KOYA Menbadge). She is given equal status with other married women in all socialand religious functions. The Koyas are mainly settled cultivators. They grow Jowar, Ragi, Bajra and other millets. Most of the Koyas living in midst of forest collect tubers and roots such as Tella Chenna Gadda, Kirismatilu and edible green leaves such as Clencheli, Doggali, Gumuru, Thota kura, Boddukura and prepare curries for their domestic consumption. Their Cooking System lands are very fertile due to periodical floods of Godavari in the Koya habitat. Lord Bhima, Korra Rajulu, Mamili and Potaraju are theimportant deities to Koyas. Their main festivals are Vijju Pandum (seeds charming festival)and Kondala Kolupu (festival to appease Hill deities).Koyas have a number of religious functionaries who attend to different aspects of theirreligious life. It also takes active part in the marriage ceremonies and conducting of fairsand festivals. Koyas either bury or cremate the dead. In case of children or pregnantwomen, the corpse is buried while the corpse of others is cremated. Only clan memberscarry the corpse to the burial ground. Koyas perform a robust colorful dance called(Permakok ata) Bison horn dance during festive and marriage ceremonies. The men put onBison Horns on head and wear colorful dress. They carry a big cylindrical drum to their neckand beat it rhythmically. The women form into circles by holding each others hands overtheir shoulders and perform splendid dance while singing. HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  5. 5. LAMBADA (BANJARA)The Lambadas are a scheduled tribe inhabiting throughout of Andhra Pradesh. Theyare also known as Sugalis. Their population according to 1991 census is 16,41,897.The total literacy rate among Lambada is 15.22. The Lambadas are the largest tribein Andhra Pradesh. Lambadas live in exclusive settlements of their own calledTandas, usually away from the main village, tenaciouslymaintaining their cultural and ethnic identity.The traditional dress of the men comprises of dhoti, uppergarment and bright coloured turbans. The womenfolk wearlanga of coarse cotton prints, richly embroidered with severalfold at the waists. Lambada tribe is divided into five phratriesviz., Bhukya (Rathod), Vadthiya (Jadhav), Chowhan, Pamar and Banjara MenBanoth (ade).Traditionally joint family was playing a dominant role in choosing the mates,determining the residence, controlling the property, watching the morals andmanaging the affairs of the youngsters. The joint family was the norm in the earlydays among Lambadas but now it is breaking down gradually into nuclear families.Marriage by negotiations is the only accepted way of performing marriages andsometimes marriage by service is also practiced. The married women wear ivorybangles or imitation of them above their elbows, which are referred as Balia. The Lambadas believe that the world is protected by a multitude of spirits-benign and malign. Hence the malignant spirits are periodically appeased through sacrifice and supplication. The Lambadas also worship and pay reverence to the benevolent Gods such as Vishnu, Rama, Venkateswara and Seva Bhaya. Meraima is beloved to protect their females and children and preserve the fertility of their lands and females while Seva Bhaya and seetala are regarded as the protectors of the cattle. They also celebrate the Banjara Women Hindu festivals like Ugadi, Balaji, Raki, Naga Panchami, Dasara, Deepavali, Sankranthi, Sivaratri and Holi. The important traditionalfestivals are Teej, Seetala and Tulja Bhavani and they regularly celebrate them. Thedead are cremated in separate cremation grounds.Lambadas have their own traditional council for each Tanda for the disposal ofdisputes originating from economic and social causes. This council consists of oneheadman (Nayak), one advisor (Karbari) and one messenger (Dappan). All theoffices of the council are hereditary. They call traditional council as Naiker Ghar.Lambadas are expert cattle breeders and largely subsist by sale ofmilk and milk products. They have settled in modern times on landand also became good agriculturists. Lambadas are giving up theirnomadic habits and permanently settling on land. The landlessfamilies are migrating to towns and cities and eking out theirlivelihood by driving auto rickshaws and by rickshaw pulling. Theyare also engaged as laborers on daily wages in construction work ofbuildings, roads etc. Banjara Women HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  6. 6. BONDA in ODISHA The Bonda are an ancient tribe of people numbering approximately 22,000 (2011 census) who live in the isolated hill regions of the Malkangiri district of southwestern Orissa, India, near the junction of the three states of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, and Andhra Pradesh. One of the isolated tribes of India, the Bonda tribal are known to lead marooned life. Not much is known about the tribes even today. The BONDA Women Bondas known among themselves as Remo (men) are a small tribe ofthe type now often called Austro-Asiatic country and found in the mountainous regionnorth-west of Machakunda river. They reside in the Bonda Hills under Khairput block at theheight of 3000 feet. They have kept themselves comparatively unaffected by the mordencivilization of today’s era. They have preserved themselves comparatively unaffected by the march of civilization. Indeed, by plainsmen and officials, the Bondas are regarded as savage. In fact the Bonda tribe is considered to be the most barbaric of all tribes of Orissa. The strange dress and appearance, the extra ordinary dialect they use speak of a different tribal culture altogether. The inaccessibility of their homes separate them from other Odisha State tribes of the district .The origin and affiliations of the Bondas are obscure, but one may accept the possibility that they are members of a group ofAustro-Asiatic tribes which at some remote date took shelter in the wild Jeypore hills. Thereis every reason to suppose that the Bondas have changed very little during their longhistory. They are categorized into Ontal and Kilo sub groups. Bondas are fond of PoduCultivation and Bonda ladies help them in this job. They still practice the barter systems,exchanging the produce of their fields for articles of daily use.In Bonda community, the bride is older than the groom. ‘PatkhandaYatra’ at Mudulipada festival held in the month of April and May is themain festival of Bondas. These tribes also celebrate a festival calledChaitra Praba – a festival to hunt wild life from the forests. Men andboys go out into the forest for hunting. If they come back withoutanything, they cannot show their faces to women. Therefore, no animal BONDA Womenescapes the hunters. If they get nothing else, they even kill a jackal.Women dance and sing whole day in the streets and in village commons. All motor vehiclesare stopped several times on the road by streams of girls who dance and sing across theroad. Only after paying few amounts, the vehicles are allowed to move.The Bonda tribal of Orissa keep their own rules fairly well. They observe the taboos onincest or adultery and their religious obligations with such fidelity that the few exceptionsare long remembered. The Bondas spend a great deal of time on their religions and itsfeasts and holidays are an important part of Bonda lives. Certain features are common toevery festival. The religious occasions are real festivals and holidays; dancing accompanieseach festival and there are some relaxation of rules, which forbid men and women of thesame village to dance together. The chief festival among the Kondh is the Kedu festival,which was once associated with human sacrifice. At present, a buffalo is sacrificed in placeof the human victim. Hunting is one of the favorite recreations of these tribal of Orissa. Inthe summers especially in the month of March, when the entire world makes holiday,organized beats are held in which, all the men and boys of the village take part, armed withbows and arrows, axes or spears and occasionally with matchlocks, and they slay any livething, irrespective of age or sex that they may meet in the forest. Such expeditions, as amatter of course, culminate in a feast and arouse in the village.By nature Bondas are very short tempered and get easily ruffled. On a rage they can evencommit murder. As a testimony to this statement, many a Bonda tribal can be foundlanguishing in prison. In fact this is one of the major reasons for the dwindling Bondapopulation in the district of Malkangiri. HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  7. 7. EVANGELISM, DISCIPLESHIP & CHURCH FORMING: According to Christ’s Great Commission, it is the duty of every Christian to “ GO into all the World and preach the Gospel to every one and to make them disciples of Lord Jesus Christ by baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son and Holy Spirit (Mark 16:15 and Math 28:19-20). Persecuted Dear Brothers/Sisters, responding to the above mentioned task Tribal Believers that Lord Jesus Christ has assigned to His true followers, our Trust has been sincerely evangelizing the State of Andhra Pradesh since 2007 sharing the Gospel starting from Villages to Mandals, from Mandals to Districts with an aim of touching each and every nook and corner of the States in a systematic way. The task of winning the perishing souls for Christ and expansion of the Extraordinary Kingdom of God is not an easy One. It involves a lot of planning, manpower, infrastructure, finance and prayer. Our Trust has no support from any one. So, all has been done purely by faith, Konda Reddy prayers and careful planning, all these years. Church Our holy task is in great need for finance and also the back support. We, therefore, invite to launch your programs in INDIA. With your valuable support and guidance, together we work by sharing the responsibility of reaching every creature with the OUR DREAM & GOAL: Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ by way of Plant 2-3 Churches In a year Conducting the different activities in every Make 24 - 36 Disciples in 3 Village, Mandal and District in INDIA, so that Years of Time maximum number of Non-Christians will come to To Bring 100 people to the know of the true God and escape from falling Knowledge of Christ in a Year into everlasting hell fire by accepting JESUS At least Baptize 100 New CHRIST as their savior and Lord which you and Believers in a Year. I have already done and found peace with God and looking forward for the Second coming of Lord Jesus Christ. Requesting Budget: (Unit Cost $20 per person per year) TOTAL 1 year 1st Year For 2 Years Expenditure Expenditure forS. DISCRIPTION MONTHLY for 1 Church 24 Church Total inNo in Rupees Total in Planter Planters in US $=Rs 50 US $=Rs 50 in US $ Rupees (5% Extra) 1 Honorarium 2,500 – 00 50 – 00 60,000 – 00 1,200 – 00 1,260 – 00 2 Bicycle (One Time) 4,500 – 00 90 – 00 108,000 – 00 2,160 – 00 2,225 – 00 3 Christmas Gift (One Time) 2,500 – 00 50 – 00 60,000 – 00 1,200 – 00 1,260 – 00 4 Project Director Help 5,000 – 00 100 – 00 60,000 – 00 1,200 – 00 1,260 – 00Total Expenditure for 24 Church Planters 290 – 00 288,000 – 00 5,760 – 00 6,005 – 00 CONSOLIDATED BUDGET PLACE OF WORK 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year S. No of People Group Total Total Total No States Districts Workers in Us $ in Us $ in Us $ Khammam Andhra Konda Reddy, Koya & 1 East Godavari 12 Pradesh Banjara West Godavari $ 5,760 $ 6,005 $ 6,305 2 Odissa Malkangiri Oriya Koya , Bonda 12 2 states and 4 Districts 4 People Groups 24 HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  8. 8. AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM (ASP) FOR CHILDREN: Sahara Ministries is reaching out very poor and needy, changing their lives through Education. Our Mission is providing under- privileged children with an opportunity to gain the lifelong gift of education. We believe that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and taking control of ones own life. The level of poverty and illiteracy in India is frightening! More than a quarter of the population of one billion is poor, and 65% is functional illiterate - although among the poorest the percentage of illiteracy is much AFTER SCHOOL higher. This illiteracy is leading to early marriages, over population, PROGRAM poor sanitation, squalid living conditions, etc. That’s the reason thebulk of our work is centered on facilitating accessible education.Our holy task is in great need for finance. We, therefore, invite precious brothers andsisters to involve themselves with us in this work by sharing the responsibility ofreaching every children with the Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ and providing the basicneeds by way of Conducting the After School Program, Feeding, Providing Play Materielin every Village. So, if you are led by God in this endeavor and wish to offer your mite,Please respond quickly. Your small donation will make a difference in the life of thesechildren. Annual Exp 3 yrs TotalS. Monthly Annual DISCRIPTION in US $ Amount inNo Exp Exp in Rs $ = Rs 50/- US $ Teacher Honorarium – 10 No1 1000 1,20,000 2,400 – 00 7,200 @1000/- X 10 No X 12 Months Sports Materiel – 10 Centers2 15,000 300 – 00 900 @1,500/- X 10 centers Snacks @100/- per each centre3 100 12,000 240 – 00 720 X 10 centers X 12 months Project Manager -1 no4 5,000 60,000 1,200 – 00 3,600 @5,000/- X 12 months TOTAL EXPENDITURE for 10 Centers 2,07,000 4,140 –00 12,420 ORPHANAGEA day in the life of a tribal kid: MY DAY starts at 6 am in the morning and afterfreshening up, I eat some stale rice. Then I go to the nearby forest for collecting fuelwood for the house. This work gets over by 9am and usually I collect one bundle ofwood which can be used for three to four days. But I have togo for the wood collection daily as this will help us to keep astock for the rainy season. After coming back home I eat ricewith some curry for lunch -- it works for the whole day. ThenI start my real job -- grazing of cattle. This work usuallystarts at 10 am and ends by 6 pm in the evening. But mywork structure is not limited to this. During the harvestseason I go for harvesting and carrying the crop. Usually I getRs 25 per day for this. But I give half the money to my father. TRIBAL ORPHAN CHILDRENHe spends it on booze and merriment. The females give all S.M PROVIDED CLOTHS TOtheir earnings to their mother, and they usually get Rs 20 per THESE ORPHAN CHILDRENday.Monthly Expenditure for 1 Child = US $ 25 – 00Monthly expenditure for 25 Children = US $ 625 – 00One Year Expenditure: @25 X 25 Children X 12 months = US $ 7,500 – 003 years Expenditure: $ 7,500 X 3 years = US $ 22,500 - 00 HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED
  9. 9. FINANCIAL REQUEST:Our holy task is in great need for finance and also the backsupport. We, therefore, invite to launch your programs inINDIA. With your valuable support and guidance, together wework by sharing the responsibility of reaching every creature ACTS – 29 Konda Reddi Conferencewith the Gospel of Lord Jesus Christ by way of Conducting theGospel meetings in every Village, Mandal and District in INDIA, so that maximumnumber of Non-Christians will come to know of the true God and escape from fallinginto everlasting hell fire by accepting JESUS CHRIST as their savior and Lord which youand I have already done and found peace with God and looking forward for the Secondcoming of Lord Jesus Christ.Dear precious Brother “Let us work together, Let us win souls together and Letus expand the kingdom of true God together”. If any one dies without knowingGod we are the responsible for those lost souls. As per statistics every 1 second 1person is dying in Asia. So, if you are led by God in this endeavor and wish we canwork together in India.We shall be very happy to receive your ministry cooperation and your helping hand. Ifyou need more information about our Church Planters, Orphan children information, weare ready to send you the profiles. For immediate communication please contact ourMobile No:+91 – 944 – 057 – 6580 or through mail: “Charity sees the need, not the cause” A German ProverbIf God guides you, inspired you, you can support any of these activities My Prayerful, Special and Immediate Requests are: Church Planter Support (Monthly $50) for 24 – 36 CP for 3 years After School program (Monthly $20) for 10 Teachers for 3 years Orphan Support (Monthly $25) for 25 Children for 3 years Discipleship Training for 36 Church Planters (Monthly $200) for 3 years Adult Literacy program (Monthly $20) for 20 centers for 2 years Health Camps (Monthly $200) for 24 camps in 3 yearsWe are expecting a favorable reply from your end.May God be with you. SEND YOUR DONATIONS TO: Trust Name : SAHARA MINISTRIESUntil India Reached….. Bank Name : State Bank of India Place : KHAMMAM, A.P., India.Yours in HIS Service. Account No : 30194248174 Online Code (IFSC) : SBIN0005817 SWIFT Code : SBININBB134 (Through OVERSEAS BANK, Hyderabad)(Rev. LALBAHUDUR SHASTRI)Humble Servant of God HELPING THE HOPELESS and REACHING THE UNREACHED