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By Post: South Asian Forum, 176 Copenhagen Street, London N1 0ST
Become a Member
- For the booklet Jesus through Asian eyes - 15 frequently asked questions - particularly that churches are encouraged to use it and that we are successful in the training we give to churches on how to reach out to South Asians.
- For our partnership with Jewels in His Crown in the delivery of prayer events across the country for the South Asian community.
- For God to open the hearts of South Asians from other faiths to be open to the gospel of Christ.
- For God's guidance in terms of advocacy - in particular that we can be more effective in raising the profile of the persecution of Christians in South Asia and are more effective in attempting to stimulate change.
New course - Discovering Jesus through Asian eyes
Discovering Jesus through Asian Eyes is a new eight week course which will be launched in May 2014. It is the first publication of its kind to answer 16 key questions that the main religions of the South Asian and East Asian Diaspora have about Jesus and the Christian faith.
Let’s Pray Together event
Has Jesus stirred your heart to consider His great love for the local South Asian community? Then come along to the Let’s Pray Together event in Birmingham on 7 June.
Naujavan hits the road
Naujavan are hitting the road for their Spring Tour in April. Over several weekends they’re hosting nights of worship, prayer, teaching, art and storytelling.
Fuel the Fire Leaders Day
Have you lost your edge? In our serving the Lord it is easy to become weary. Wisdom would say to us, STOP! Pay attention to your edge, develop your leadership. Take time from working to invest into becoming better, sharper and more effective. Consider attending one of the Fuel the Fire Leaders Days this year.
A long journey home
Hear the inspiring story of Vijay Menon, a Hindu convert from Kerala who first encountered Christ in London in March 1965, and is still following him today.
Leprosy - a 21st century scourge
What disease is easily curable yet disables if left untreated and sees those affected rejected by their families, employers and communities and pushed to the very fringes of society? The answer is leprosy. The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian development organisation transforming and empowering the lives of people affected by leprosy.
The Mahabba Network
The Mahabba Network started eight years ago as a partnership of many churches in Oxford seeking opportunities to introduce local Muslims to the gospel. Their model is a prayer-based relational network which equips local churches with mentoring and training materials (like Friendship First), helping church leaders to train ordinary members of churches to relate to Muslims in love and be able to explain the gospel clearly.
Bangladesh fire highlights need for united campaigns for garment workers
There has been international outcry since the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh in April, which claimed the lives of more than 1,100 people. Campaigning across the UK has fought to improve the rights of vulnerable garment workers. And it is working!
Pod Boghal: How I met Jesus
Pod (Pardeep) Bhogal is head of communications for UCCF: The Christian Unions. He was brought up in a Sikh household and tells his story of meeting Jesus.
World Leprosy Day 2014
On Sunday 26 January – World Leprosy Day 2014 – please pray for the three million people globally with irreversible disabilities as a result of the late treatment of leprosy.
Vigil for religious freedom outside Indian High Commission
On 11 November 2013, Release International held a prayer vigil outside the Indian High Commission in London. The event was held to support the presentation of their Free to Follow petition to the Indian authorities. Release’s chief executive Paul Robinson and patron Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali spent time discussing the persecution and discrimination that Christians face in India with a representative at the High Commission before presenting the 28,000-signature petition.
Sari 'N' Chips relaunched as e-book
“Must Asians in the West lose their cultural identity?” This is the question that begins Ram Gidoomal’s Sari ‘N’ Chips, now available as an e-book.
Introduction to the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance
The South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance (SAF) is a new grouping within the Evangelical Alliance, set up to provide a forum for South Asian Christians in the UK to encourage, support and equip each other for mission, and to represent their concerns to Government, media and the wider Church.
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