We know that the challenge
in India is imposing.
It is a country of 1.2 billion people and more than 2,000 unreached people groups. What is required to reach them is expensive, both in dollars, and in sacrifices. The challenge to reach India is small. It is conquered in relationships, in dwelling among, in going there, and in advocating here.
It looks like lives lived openly, with invitations to dinners, like warm smiles and friendly hugs, like open doors, and like worn shoes caked with the same mud from walking the same roads and living the same lives.
We aspire to take communion out of the world of ritualistic tradition and into the ordinary world of community with each other and with Jesus. For the gospel doesn’t need a pulpit, the gospel needs a table. The gospel needs a table where those gathered breaking bread and drinking wine in holy communion can remember Christ, that He died for all of us, for those an arm’s length away and for those a hemisphere away.
We are a passionate part of a church planting movement in India, and are committed to taking the church where it does not exist.
We are committed to making a difference in the statistic that 40 percent of the world lives without access to Christ. Live Dead’s strategy to execute this vision is to plant churches among unreached people groups through multi-national teams. Whatever our engagement, our goal is churches. We invite you to come to the table, and take part in this effort.
Many of our workers in the field serve with Live Dead India, a church planting movement within the Assemblies of God World Missions. Establishing the gospel in the last and least-reached areas of the world will require complete commitment of the global church.