Gospel for Asia KP Yohannan on women, 'dowry deaths' and 'untouchables' in India

By Vineworker

KP Yohannan, the founder of Gospel for Asia, is a quiet world-changer who is helping to bring the love of Christ to the "10/40 Window", which is an area of the world that contains the largest population of non-Christians in the world - two billion of them.

The area extends from 10 degrees to 40 degrees north of the equator, and stretches from North Africa across to China.

Thousands of national missionaries serving with Gospel for Asia are based in 10 countries which include Bangladesh, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal and India, and each of them goes through intense training.

But now, following the shocking gang rape and killing of a 23-year-old Indian woman that took place on a bus in New Delhi last December, Yohannan has spoken out for the downtrodden women of India, and also South Asia in particular.


Read full article at The Christian Today.

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