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november 2012

| mission report About the Author: Gyan Lama, is the pastor the Kathmandu International Fellowship in Nepal. Gyan is an ATC graduate, He had pastored the evening service of the Bombay Baptist Church for 3 years. Last year Gyan, Chumlano and Avishai left Mumbai in June for Nepal, his native land, to plant a church at Kathmandu.

Nepal Mission Report people are important Connecting to People:

With help from members of the KICC, the Kathmandu International Fellowship, started worship Service on Saturdays from 3rd March 2012. Cell groups meet on Tuesdays and Fridays.

of restaurants. Visit of David Sinchury and Paul Raj helped us to put up a concert with the Reminisce group. Music and apologetics helped to interact with the many young people who came. Over meal times and jamming sessions the young people showed eagerness to listen to what we had to say.

momo parties and invited people home. That was a very good way to connect with people. Social Work

I met with the owner of Bike Zone Nepal and found out they organize bike treks, tours and social trips on Saturdays. I joined the team and slowly met more people through bike trips.

Benry Kikon’s (Chumlano’s younger brother) stay with us was very helpful. We could organize Live Music in couple

We were blessed to have Steve Thomas and team from Mumbai’make a brief visit. During the teams visit, we had power-packed prayer walks, visit to NGO’s and jamming sessions . We had Anand Mahadevan conduct a Finance and Vision Seminar which was fruitful. Ashok Kumar’s talk on Hinduism was well received. We also organized

As a cell, our visit to an orphanage was good filled with games and songs. We often visit Prisoners Asst. Nepal to organise fun events. Praise God for His Favour and Faithfulness.Visit us at


GMI - Momentum - Issue 2 / November 2012  
GMI - Momentum - Issue 2 / November 2012  

Encouraging to worship, walk and witness.