We are people, forgiven of all our sins, sanctified by the blood of Christ, born of the spirit, now seeking and bringing those to God who are lost, as we were lost once and now are saved. We are part of the universal church of God (the body of Christ), interdenominational/non-denominational in our approach, trusting in Jesus (Prabhu Yeshu Masih) who is only savior of all human beings regardless of their religion, place and/or culture of origin.
As a gesture of gratitude to what God has done in our lives, we’ve launched this website where visitors can submit their prayer requests, read and download free articles, e-books, testimonies and download songs with lyrics and guitar chords for learning new songs and worship Yeshu.
As people of faith, we hope to be a part of the mission that Prabhu Yeshu embodied in his ministry on Earth as a servant king. As we set out to build a fresh and new expression of the church (Yeshu Bhaki satsang), our desire is to build true disciple’s (Yeshu Bhakt) community with a focus on equipping and empowering believers to go into our own culture and be the gospel to our spheres of influence inclusive of our family, neighborhood and colleagues. We do not consider ourselves experts at church planting. We simply feel God is doing something, and He is calling us to be a part of it, in reaching out to our own.
We are passionate about awakening the hearts and minds of all people (regardless) of all religion, caste and origin to love and follow true God to worship Him, praise Him and live by faith according to His Word. By the enabling of the Holy Spirit, we are striving to:
- encourage and equip people to know the true God and worship Him in truth and Spirit
- make disciples who would love and follow God and glorify Him truly by their whole lives
- answer questions of the new believers and strengthen them in their faith
- follow the command of Jesus Christ to go into all this lost world and share the good news (satsang) of God’s love, kindness, favour and salvation (moksha) in culturally acceptable manner, contextualizing the ways and language of presenting the gospel to the society being approached (but not contextualizing the gospel to make any parallels with other religions)