Effective Evangelistic Campaigns In Nepal

Approximately 85% of Nepal’s population adheres to the Hindu faith.

Two mega city campaigns began Christmas Day, 2012 in Nepal. Our goal to reach close to 5 million people with the Gospel during the two campaigns was met. The Gospel message addressed the root problems of the region, namely human trafficking and the drug trade.

Two mega city campaigns began Christmas Day, 2012 in Nepal. Our goal to reach close to 5 million people with the Gospel during the two campaigns was met.

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Campaign Book Continues to Minister in Nepal

group-of-nepalese_womenAlthough the month-long evangelistic media campaign ended in January 2011 the crucial follow-up ministry continues strong in Nepal. The call center’s toll free line is still operational and dozens of calls have come in every month. About twenty thousand hits have been recorded on the specially created campaign’s website each month.

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Response from Chennai, India

Dr. Hannu Haukka GCM founder & president   STORY HIGHLIGHTS great response from Chennai, India new campaigns planned for South Africa extremist Hindus cut phone lines twice over 94,000 calls to Chennai call center RELATED STORIES {loadposition related} Dear ministry friend, Summer is here and it’s a convenient time to pause for a brief moment…

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The Harvest Field of India is Ripe

Dr. Hannu Haukka GCM founder & president   STORY HIGHLIGHTS Kathmandu mega city evangelism campaign ends but follow-up continues new campaign planned for Siberia extremist Hindus cut phone lines twice over 86,000 calls to Chennai call center RELATED STORIES {loadposition related} Dear ministry friend, We just came back from an exciting and uplifting trip to…

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A “Tsunami” of Response in Nepal

  A mega city evangelism campaign of epic proportions has just ended  in Katmandu, Nepal but the response keeps coming in.   STORY HIGHLIGHTS A mega city evangelism campaign of epic proportions in Katmandu, Nepal Flood of calls continues to come in to the call center can be described as a “tsunami” Over 500,000 visitors…

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