At a GlanceAt Lifesong India, approximately 90% of the children come from Hindu families and background. Our primary goal is to share the love, freedom and grace of Jesus Christ through biblical training and discipleship.
There are so many ways you can help us serve orphans in India. your financial support and prayers help make our mission possible!
A 24-hour journey south of New Delhi is Narsapur. Here Lifesong India operates 6 group homes and cares for 597 orphans and vulnerable children.
Our children in India are provided:
- Total care including housing and 3 healthy meals a day
- Schooling at the public schools and college
- Training in English, computer skills training and technical skills.
- Daily Bible study classes
We support almost 60 pastors and gospel workers and have built nearly 40 new churches for remote village congregations while we serve approximately 150 poor, aged and indigent widows and elderly.
At Lifesong India, approximately 90% of the children come from Hindu families and background. Our primary goal is to share the love, freedom and grace of Jesus Christ through biblical training and discipleship.
IMPACT of Lifesong India:
- Meeting basic needs of destitute Indian children in a Christian atmosphere
- Providing English classes and other job-skill training
- Offering hope in biblical truth
- Supporting local pastors and gospel workers
- Serving widows and elderly
India Orphan Advocates help communicate the need to help orphans and Gospel training specifically in India. In a land with many gods, sharing the Gospel with children and training adults to share the Gospel changes lives for eternity.
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