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Nagaland is actually a state of India, in the far north-east, near the Burma border. Even though Nagaland is part of India, the Naga people are of Chinese origin.

Fifty years ago, they were headhunters. Now, about 90% of Nagas are Christian.


This is Pastor Throngji, wife Ayangla, and their three children. (They also have another three 'adopted' children.) He is a faithful young pastor, based in Tuensang, but with a ministry throughout many villages in the Yimchunger districts in Nagaland.


In 2014, we helped Pastor Throngji build Bethel Children's Home.

The photo shows Pastor Throngji's church members and friends lined up passing bowls of concrete to construct the building.

BCH is now operating with 14 children.

The ministry provides a loving home environment for orphans and children from poor families, a godly spiritual upbringing, and the opportunity for a good education.

We were there in October 2016, and were able to enjoy the children. It was great to see them happy, and to hear them singing praises to God (voluntarily and spontaneously)!

How cute is this?

This is Tsurila, one of the children.

The kids at BCH singing '10000 Reasons - Bless the Lord, O My Soul'.

The choreography may not be perfect, but the heart is right!

a We help Pastor Throngji buy food, clothes and blankets for the poor in the villages.


Enjoy Throngji singing "The Old Rugged Cross". He sang this around the fire in the kitchen at KTC one evening.


Ministry at Kihoto Theological College, near Yakor Village.

Enrolments have gone from 19 to 91 students in the past fours years! Praise God!

KTC is in a very remote place, on the side of a hill. Originally, it was based in a small town. The Board decided to relocate to a remote place "so the students wouldn't be distracted by worldly things".

a The students at KTC, under the guidance of their lecturer and choir master Ato, practise singing in their 'spare time'.


Enjoy as the KTC Choir transport you into the presence of the Lord singing the benediction "The Lord Bless You and Keep You"


...and "The Hallelujah Chorus"

Two of the wonderful students at KTC.

They call us 'mum' and 'dad'.

In the past few years, these two students have hugged us tightly and wept solemn tears at our farewells. We didn't understand why ... we assumed it was merely gratitude for the help and support we have given them.

This year, we found out that these - and many other young people in Nagaland - are orphans. Being able to call us 'mum' and 'dad' meant a lot to them.

At our farewell gathering, I was moved to exhort the students to love and care for each other. It was a very emotional time for all of us.

Some of the students at KTC singing '10000 Reasons - Bless the Lord, O My Soul'


Imlong Theological College, in Tuensang.

a Mr Imlong has sacrificed a lot to run this Bible College - donating his land and facilities and using his wages to pay the lecturers' salaries.


Beth teaching children in one of the villages in Nagaland.

a Eight hundred children in one Sunday School class!
a A simple heart - cut out by a helper in Western Australia - means a lot to a little boy in Nagaland.
a Beth teaching the mothers about basic hygiene.
a Some hand-puppets made by our friends in Western Australia.


The villages in Nagaland are very poor.

These two girls - the 'kettle kids' - and many others like them, sit alone in their huts all day long, as their parents work in the fields.

This family's entire possessions were a kettle, two plastic bottles, a pair of muddy shoes, and the clothes they wore. There were no beds, blankets or food in the hut.

Through Throngji and our friends in Australia, we have been able to buy food and clothes for them.





...look at them now...



and living in their new house! (Thanks to the grace of God and the generosity of one of our friends!)




In 2012, the Lord enabled us to print 5000 Bibles in the Yimchunger language, to be distributed free-of-charge in the villages.

Prior to this, there were only 4000 Bibles available for 100,000 people in the Yimchunger tribe.

And then there are 15 other tribes in Nagaland...


Enjoy the young ladies in Nagaland sing.

The words talk about their ancestors being headhunters. They want to sing, but they can't because they killed each other. But now the new generation is here. The new shoots are growing - but we are educated, and won't make the same mistakes as our forefathers.





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Kihoto Theol College students singing

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All Hail the Power of Jesus Name Jan 2015
And Can It Be 2014
Christ the King Hallelujah Nov 2015
God is Love 2014
Hallelujah Chorus Jan 2015
Hallelujah Chorus Nov 2015 with music
Let Us Worship The Father Octet Concert Jan 2015
Listen the Voice of God Calling Nov 2015
Listen to the Voice of God's Calling Supou Niamkoi Lulu Concert 2014
Living He Loved Me Tsusola Group Concert Nov 2015
Lord Lead Me On 2014
Old Rugged Cross Nov 2015
Song of the Soldiers More Than Conquerors Are We 2014
The Lord Bless You Jan 2015
When He Calls Me Jan 2015
Wonderful Name 2014




Opportunities to help:
Kihoto Theol College Ongoing sponsorship of Bible College students
Imlong Theol College Ongoing sponsorship of Bible College students
Pastor Throngji Support as an "itinerant missionary" teaching and helping the poor in the villages
Bethel Children's Home Support for Pastor Throngji and his team, providing a loving environment and an education for orphans and poor children from the villages
Nagaland is strongly Christian - about 90%. But many Christians are still influenced by ritualism and even beliefs in spirits which contradict Biblical teaching. Pray for a knowledge and desire to serve God in truth, and to break free from any error.
Praise for the rapid growth of KTC. Pray for the students as they prepare for ministry. All of the students come from 'poor' villages, and it is a big commitment for them to attend Bible College for four years.
Give thanks! The Lord has been faithful!
Bibles Printed 5000 Bibles in the Yimchunger language (2012)
Kihoto Theol College

Five new students sponsored (2013-2014)
Four new classrooms built (2013)
New girls' dorm built (2014)

Imlong Theol College

Six new students sponsored (2013-2014)
New girls' dorm built (2013)

Hospital treatment

Chukangla - Received treatment for paralysis to legs (2013)
Lato - Received treatment for severe infection in his legs, which would certainly have killed him (2013)
Zungkum - Had surgery to remove a tumour from his nostril, to help him breathe (2014)
Ritsula - Had surgery to fix a cleft lip (2014)
We took 9 year old Kiumong to hospital to remove fluid and swelling from his skull, but the doctors said nothing could be done. Pray for him.

Poverty relief Regular donations to buy food and blankets for various Christian families in the villages
Literacy Producing and printing various materials and resources
Bethel Children's Home Accommodation and schooling for up to 20 ophans and children from poor families