NCCI Prepares to Bring to Light the Concerns Regarding Indian Mission at Asia Mission Conference

Published 24 August 2017

National Council of Churches in India (NCCI) has planned to share the concerns regarding mission in India on Asia Mission Conference (AMC) 2017, a meeting organized by Christian Conference of Asia (CCA). The conference, under the banner 'Journeying Together: Prophetic Witness to the Truth and Light, in Asia', will be held in Yangon, Myanmar from Oct 11 to 17.

The AMC 2017 will take place after 23 years since the last conference held in Seoul, Korea in 1994. Churches, councils, ecumenical partners, missionaries, missiologists, theologians, and theological students will be participating in it.

NCCI said it is important for Indian Christian bodies to participate in the conference and share the current situation of the frontiers of the nation.

CCA, engaged in its mission and witness, has been serving and enriching the churches in Asia.

"We ardently pray and sincerely hope that the Asia Mission Conference – 2017...will facilitate deeper discussions, and will lead to greater dedication and to relevant and meaningful recapturing and re-articulation of our commitment to the mission, the act of the Almighty God," said Mathews George Chunakara, General Secretary, CCA.

NCCI will meet with National Missionary Society of India (NMSI) and India Missions Association (IMA) on Aug 23 to 24 in Ranchi, Jharkhand, and plan out for AMC. They will list out various issues concerning mission in the country that will be further shared and discussed at the conference.


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