The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned

Isaiah 9:2

We warmly greet you in the holy name of Jesus our Saviour who came to this planet to save us, bore our sins, died on the cross and resurrected to give us living hope today.

We rejoice with you in celebrating the faithfulness of God in our families and ministry during the uncertain times of our lives. God, the Wonderful Counsellor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9:6) is protecting all of us for His glory. As Vishwa Vani family we daily uphold you before the throne of Grace.

In spite of the continuous lockdown and difficulties the field workers visited the villages and gave Jesus Christ the healer and eternal hope to the unreached people. In these 9 months of 2020, God helped us to construct and dedicate 37 new church buildings in needy villages. 143 buildings are under construction in mission fields and also 4,337 believers testified Jesus as their personal Saviour through waters of baptism. Thank you for your prayer support and you have a great partnership in this divine endeavour to see 1,00,000 villages in India being evangelised by 2030. The God who has chosen you as the ministry partners is faithful and we both rejoice together as the sower and the reaper being used by the Lord Almighty. Seekers meetings, personal evangelism, Bible study groups are the regular events in villages, conducted by the missionaries which enable the growth of the ministry. Unreached villages, Native workers and Indian support are the core values of this vision oriented ministry.

It is Christmas time again, we prayerfully present the need of Rs. 3.6 crores before you to honour the fulltime workers who have toiled throughout the year for the cause of the gospel to win the lost souls. It is our humble request to double your village adoption of Rs. 3000/- and give liberally as Christmas Gift to the missionaries. We know our God is no man's debtor; He will reward you richly (Heb 6:10).

May the Lord strengthen you and bless the coming year too.