Thank you so very much for prayerfully considering a ministry in India. Currently we are working with missionary families in the country of the India. The families are in need of co-labors, whether it is an assistance pastor, youth pastor, teacher, or someone to help with the day to day maintenance and activities, your help is needed. Because country is CLOSED to missionaries, a teacher visa is one of way to enter India.

Serve: A country so vast and populated like India requires many more Christian workers to accomplish a wide variety of mission endeavours. Definitely, more churches need to be built and established across the entire land. There is also a great need for Bible college teachers who can help educate and mentor the multiple Indian Christians who seek to establish churches, but yet lack the proper training.  If you desire to know more about how you can fit into such a country

If you have a passion for souls and you would like to learn more about each of these ministers. As God leads, we at Heartland Baptist Missions would be honored to help you fulfill God’s calling in your life. Please contact us and let us pray for you and let us know how we can help you.


  • Pray for the national pastor’s, who now have the responsibility of reaching their country for Christ.
  • Pray for a hunger for God’s riches rather than material wealth.
  • Pray for believers to humbly serve the Haitian immigrants in their midst.Pray for the cultural barriers of the caste system and Hinduism to be overcome by the Gospel.
  • Pray for the Good News of Jesus Christ to reach every village and town.



With a population of over one billion people dispersed throughout 4,635 distinct people groups, speaking over 1,600 languages, and believing in at least twelve different official religions, India is proud to maintain relative unity amongst such rich diversity.

India can also boast about being one of the world’s top ten industrialized nations. Yet its population growth rises as fast as its economic growth, and with seventy percent of its people dependent on agriculture and a sixty one percent literacy rate (only one in three women can read), its people suffer under one of the world’s lowest per capita income levels.

However, God is at work from the small, traditional Indian villages to the gargantuan cosmopolitan cities.

Radio broadcasts in the northern regions reach and disciple illiterate and isolated Christians throughout the week who need to walk three miles to reach the nearest church.

Gospel tracts, which cost less than a penny to produce, fuel a church movement in Himachal Pradesh.

Small women’s fellowship groups faithful in prayer and fasting report healing miracles and an upsurge in conversions in small Assam villages.

In Delhi, where over half of the population lives in large slums filled with pollution, disease, crime and hopelessness, orphans raised in Christian orphanages dedicate their lives to Christ and proceed to witness in desperate neighborhoods and lead hope-filled churches.

But as Christ and the gospel of peace defeat and replace powerless superstition, age-old tradition and satanic strongholds, the enemy resists.

Christians face violent persecution in almost every prefecture and converts are threatened with losing their status, jobs homes and lives. Poverty, cultural barriers, illiteracy, religious opposition and a rigid class system pose tremendous obstacles to the gospel. Yet, dedicated Indians empowered by the Holy Spirit and made powerful by the grace, peace and strength of Christ are and will continue to reach the smallest hamlet and the mightiest city. < -More- >