Current Challenges In India, Due to Covid 19
Though we are limited in what we can do, we are still communicating with Zonal and Regional Coordinators who are in contact with our church planters.
Our trainings, conferences & Children’s Gospel Clubs have been put on hold. We will continue to keep you up to date with the situation
and the needs so that you know how best to pray.
We know God is faithful. He is soveriegn and He will continue to work through His people.
We are so thankful for your prayers and support. We cannot do this without YOU.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ohio governor has ordered a stay-at-home order closing all nonessential businesses.
India Gospel League is complying with this order and our IGLNA office will be closed until the order is lifted.
During this time our team will continue to work from home. READ MORE
GIVE NOW TO HELP THOSE MOST IN NEED
Those Who Will Need Us the Most
With the onset of Covid 19 and the halting of business as usual, please be praying for those who are in the deepest need.
People who are daily wage earners will feel the greatest pain.
"I earn 600 rupees ($8) every day and I have five people to feed.
We will run out of food in a few days. I know the risk of coronavirus,
but I can't see my children hungry . . ."
Ramesh Kumar, a worker in India
Millions of other daily-wage earners are in a similar situation.
The lockdown announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening means
they are now facing no prospect of income for the next three weeks.
The likelihood is, some will run out of food in the coming days."
India's poorest 'fear hunger may kill us before coronavirus'
Vivek Singh in Allahabad, BBC News