Austin Christian Fellowship of India

ACFI has identified Outreach as an integral part of worship.ACFI's vision for Outreach Ministry is to "Be a resource center for missions in India and help build churches by partnering with Christian organizations in India. Support missions that help orphans, widows, destitutes and go on mission trips. Get involved locally and support the community"

Elder care :

We show the love of Christ to the destitute and elderly. Local outreach instills and imparts a sense of identity of being a Christian believer by serving others. We are serving at the 3 nursing facilities of the care center which are local retirement community by visiting them, singing songs, praying and sharing the infallible truth along with our kids who are the elders enjoy visiting with Pflugerville Care Center, Heatherwilde Assisted Living, Heartland Health Care Center We are planning to expand our Local outreach by serving in soup kitchens, volunteering our time in AIDS Services of Austin and Hill Country Community Center. Our goal is to make a difference in peoples lives by reflecting Christ’s love and drawing people to experience the GREATEST GIFT of Christ himself in the greater Austin area.


Prem Milan Prem Milan is a collaborative effort that shares God's love through food and fellowship for both undergraduate and graduate students that come from India to UT campus. We have monthly meetings at the Longhorn Baptist Center to discuss on various topics that are near and dear to the growing Indian student community. These topics include religious festivals, concepts of love, truth, and also friendship as well as various other topics.

There will always be Indian food (free to students) at our gatherings.The format is usually dinner with games and then ending up in stimulating discussions.

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Bro. Jeff and Sis. Trish Ward are faithfully helping in Church Based leadership training in Siliguri, North east India holding local church-based training for church leaders and Christian workers. CBLT involves the local church in training its own leadership. Students are involved in the church while they are in training. CBLT is in the ministry of serving church leaders, both lay leaders and vocational ministers, who are called by God and confirmed by the church rather than those who claim to be called or hope to be called once they graduate from a seminary. CBLT provides a context for modeling evangelism and discipleship.

Prison Fellowship of India

Bro. Reny and Sis. Teena George are faithfully leading the ministry in Prison fellowship of India. PFI ministers in prisons and in the community to ex-prisoners, victims and their families. PFI works in its advancement of biblical standards of justice in the criminal justice system. There are 156 children in their Precious Children Home for prisoners children. Activities at Central Jails and regular jail visits are continuing. The families of transformed ex-prisoners are meeting in our Rehabilitation Centre for Sunday worship & Wednesday Bible study. The prisoners on parole too attend the meetings, especially Sunday service.
Reaching Hand Society

Dr. R. A. C. Paul and Dr. Iris G. R. Paul started to work independently in Malkangiri as they were burdened for the people in that village. Dr. R. A. C. Paul passed away on the 30th September 1986. Dr. Iris G. R. Paul continues to work in Malkangiri with her son Bro. Remo Paul Paul (Executive Secretary of Reaching Hand Society) and his wife Dr. Susan to continue God's work.

Reaching Hand Society is working among 10 tribal groups. RHS is involved in total development in the fields of health, education, water resource management, women empowerment, legal aid and prisoner’s rehabilitation and tribal empowerment.

Promise Land Orphanage

Promiseland Orphanage was started by Rick and Radha White in 1997. They opened its doors to abandoned children. Today, there are thirty children living at two locations: The Promised land Orphanage in Coimbatore, India, and the Deborah Project, which is a branch of the Promisedland ministry. The thirty children (and growing) in the orphanages are taken care of by nine dedicated staff members. Deborah Project cares for eight children.

The orphanage is working to rescue female infants from being killed because of the culturally ingrained practices of their family members who are poverty-stricken and spiritually blinded.


In January 1965 Indian Evangelical Mission (IEM) was found by Rev Dr Theodore Williams.

With one missionary, a few hundred rupees and a bicycle, this Faith Mission grew. Christians saw growth and vitality in the Mission as it blossomed into a vital tool in the hands of God, eager to fulfill the Great Commission, in letter and in spirit. From one missionary, it has grown now to family of 580 missionaries and office staff.

We support Bro. Samuel and Sis. Gladys missionaries in Tamil Nadu. They help in equipping men and women by conducting Bible studies, outreach, house visitation and Sunday worship services.

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