about us

In this page you can read Reuben’s testimoney, our vision, our mission, our objectives and our mission statement

About me and my ministry

I was born in 1974 in a devout Hindu family. I am the eldest one and I have one brother and my parents. We worshiped 3300 million gods. There are more population of gods then population of men in Nepal. We sacrificed animals, worshiped trees, rivers, stones and images of many type of idols. But there had never been inner peace in our family. The more we worshiped these gods more they demanded from us, and no rest in our heart.

Reuben

One day, some one shared to us about Jesus Christ. We found that in Hinduism god came to destroy sinners but in Christianity Jesus came to save sinners, like us. We decided to receive Jesus Christ as our savior in our household. When we received Jesus, our relative and kinsmen rejected us. They said we became low cast and untouchable. Many relatives did not allow us to enter their home just because we became Christian. At the age of 16, I received Jesus as my personal lord and Savior and I join Bible College in India.

At dawn of democracy in Nepal, I was caught by police while found preaching the gospel in Market place and was thrown into prison. In India while preaching Jesus, I was beaten to half dead with ear-drum broken and bleeding. I was graduated in 1994 from Emmanuel Bible College in Kota, India. In 2001, I felt Gods call in my life to do ministry. In 2002, after several days of fasting, I started the ministry of Evangelism and Church Planting. I started a church in 2003 with Rita Rosanna and Reuel, my family. Today, I oversee the work of more then 16 Churches all around Nepal. I would like to see many of my dear Nepali people come to know the lord Jesus Christ as their personal lord and savior.

This is my testimony.

Route-from base camp to top of the world

Reuben

Today we do:

  • Sports Ministry
  • Translation Work
  • Bible School
  • Bible Distribution
  • Film Showing
  • Orphanage
  • School for Poor
  • Evangelism
  • Church Planting

I am glad you are here. Let us work together to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in any way possible. I believe we can do more together then we can do alone. There are around thirty million people in Nepal. If I meet one person every day and preach Jesus it will take same number of days like the number of people which is impossible for me to reach Nepal. But together this is possible. Please write me with your thought, I would be happy to respond to you.

About Ministry

A thought that ‘together we can reach Nepal with the gospel’understanding led us to found the Church in Nepal Network. We raise support to help spread the gospel and pioneer Church Planting work in Nepal. This is a Nepali Ministry that is actively taking part in mission by encouraging Churches and equipping them for thegreater harvest in Nepal. We work in partnership with other communities to spread the gospel and to plant the churches in where ever the Lord leads and opens the door. We are a non-denominational and non-profit association, founded in 2003 by mission minded men of God. Mr. Reuben Rai currently leads the Church in Nepal Network and oversee Church ministries.

Please remember us in your prayer as we work among women, children, youth, translation, bible distribution, sports, bible school, leadership seminars and evangelism and church planting.

Our Vision, Mission and Objectives

Our vision is to see people saved:

“ To open their eyes, and turn them from darkness to light, and from power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them, which are sanctified by faith, that is in me ” Acts 26:18.

Our Mission is to preach the gospel:

Our Mission is to preach the good news of abundant life that we can receive in Jesus Christ.

“The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly”

Children in Dungdunge in Ilam in Nepal

John 10:10 .

Our Objectives:

1. Our objectives are to facilitate programs of leadership assistance, leadership development and organizing of seminars related to church planting.

2. Our objectives are to literate illiterate women and impart the skills they have in order to build their personality, character and self-esteem.

3. Our objectives are to communicate our faith among youths through the mediums of sports and recreation, film show and correspondence courses.

Nepali tribal people in village eagerly listens to the gospel

Nepali tribal people in village eagerly listens to the gospel

4. Our objectives are to serve the malnourished and disadvantaged children, organize children’s teacher’s training programs, building our children to fear God by teaching them God’s statutes, Deut. 6:7, 17.

5. Our objectives are to equip emerging indigenous and house church leaders by providing practical and appropriate publication material.

6. Our objectives are to provide micro loan to extreme poor people to start small business to let them improve their family status and uplift them physically, mentally, spiritually and financially.

Present Mission Statement

We are actively taking part in mission to build the kingdom of God by planting the Churches. We work in partnership with other like minded communities those who have the same vision to see people saved and build and equip the body of Jesus Christ.

Get to know what people said about Reuben Rai and his ministry

  1. Persecution written by Carmella Nicholson
  2. Nepal Ministry by Jessie MacNeil
  3. Bible Distribution in Nepal by Derek Simke
  4. Kathmandu by Angelique Sturms

 

 

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