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Two days ago I was on a zoom call with a pastor in Nepal, which is located on the northern border with India. Pastor Sanjeev has already translated 5 of my tracts into Nepali and we made plans to translate another 7 as soon as possible. These 12 will be the same ones that Pastor Fiaz (Pakistan) has already translated into Urdu. Once the project is completed, we will be able to bind all 12 into a single book that matches the one that has been printed in Pakistan.
Then the plan is to translate The Restoration of All Things into Nepali as well, so that people have read it for themselves in their own language. Sanjeev and another 5 pastors are already teaching these things in the smaller villages in Nepal. As their ministry develops, we hope that these tracts and books can be put into audio files for the benefit of those who are illiterate.
We also plan to translate all of these materials into Hindi for greater outreach into India. There are many who speak Hindi in Nepal as well, so this project will open up a huge potential audience stretching all the way from Nepal to Pakistan.
Background: Sanjeev (from Nepal) and Ray (from Myanmar) met in 2012 at a ministry training center in Ilo Ilo in the Philippines. They became good friends. Later, Ray met Lynley (New Zealand), who preached the Kingdom in Myanmar a number of times and introduced them to the concept of restoration. Ray then translated The Restoration of All Things into the Burmese language.
My wife and I met Ray in New Zealand a few years ago.
If I recall, in 2018 Ray introduced this teaching to his friend Sanjeev, who then began to translate the smaller tracts into Nepali. Lynley then went to Nepal in 2019 to visit Sanjeev and his family. That brings us up to the present. We will be supporting the Kingdom work in Nepal, just as we have been supporting the work in Pakistan. Eventually, we hope that the gospel of the Kingdom will spread to the churches in the larger cities (Kathmandu).
The world is a big place, and we can only start new Kingdom centers one at a time. Even this is possible only when the right people can take the lead in each nation. And, of course, because this is primarily a teaching ministry, it is important that those leaders speak English and can translate material into their own languages.
I thank God that He is raising up such leaders who have ears to hear the gospel of the Kingdom.