How you could be a part of this!
US Churches are invited to “Come See” the needs of a target area of Delhi and what God is doing there. They are also invited to “Come See” by getting to know the Delhi Bridge Team and understand the training tools available
If God is prompting a US church to move forward with building a Delhi Bridge, the church is invited to come and spend some quality time with a Delhi church to reach a target area.
When a US church invites a Delhi church to “Come Be” in a committed, deepening partnership. It’s a relational bridge. Both churches will keep communicating and praying for one another.
The US church will be considered strategic team members that facilitate their own strategy to reach their target area.
Delhi belongs to the large-hearted/daring. It is a sprawling city densely populated and polluted by sin. It is one of the greatest concentrations of lostness in the world. There is a palpable attitude of aggression and competition. Everyone is fighting for space, place, and money. Delhi needs Jesus. Almost every South Asian UPG and UUPG can be found within this great city. Many ethnic groups and cultures are represented in Delhi, making it a cosmopolitan city. Being the political and economic hub of northern India, the city attracts workers, both blue collar and white collar, from all parts of India which further enhances its diverse character. At least 70% of the people living in Delhi have come from other states and frequently go back to visit their families. This provides an immense opportunity for the gospel message to spread into every corner of India!! Delhi is organized by the government into 12 zones. Within each zone are at least 20 wards. Within each ward are at least 8 colonies (neighborhoods). Scattered among these colonies, wards, and zones are 477 slums. There are also more than 80 villages in Delhi. The city is massive!
For the most part they are like sheep without a shepherd. The pastors and churches are not spiritually healthy. There is a great lack of biblical servant leadership. There are also very few resources in the local language. They need churches who will pray, come, and care for them as they bring God’s kingdom to Delhi.