Christian Missionary harassed, Chhattisgarh

Christian Missionary harassed, Chhattisgarh

Missionary Kingsly Issac Johnson, of FMPB (Friends Missionary Prayer Band), is stationed with his family and working in the Gharghoda field in Chandigarh district in the state of Chhattisgarh, India.

Religious fanatics had been harassing the missionary and his workers, falsely alleging religious conversion and reported him to the Police.

Both parties were summoned to the Police Station. From opposing party there was only one person came, he also went back after some time. However, many Believers accompanied Missionary Kingsly and they explained the situation to the Police.

Christians of the village, who had accompanied the missionary, gave a written petition, requesting permission to congregate for Sunday Worship Service and to permit the missionary to visit them; and that no villager should object or oppose them.  Bro. Kingsly was also asked to give a written statement as to what the missionary work involved, which he provided.

By the grace of God, no FIR was filed against the Christians as the fanatics had demanded. The Inspector was very neutral and unbiased.

Church, please uphold Brother Kingsly and family who are ministering at Gharghoda field. Pray for God’s supernatural protection over them and the entire area.

Pray for the State of Chhattisgarh which has recorded 17 incidents YTD 2018, ranking as the 8th most hostile State among the 29 States of India.

 



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