...how shall they preach unless they are sent?Romans 10:15a

...how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard?...

To reach India for Christ, we MUST reach the rural villages where 73%+ of the population lives in poverty and deprivation. One-third are illiterate. Poverty is deepest among lower castes, alienated from the four Hindu castes and deprived of many rights and freedoms in the caste system.

Among these people, GGM serves.

Every 6th person in the world is an Indian. In a few years, India is projected to be the world's most populous country and by 2050, it's expected to have the world's largest population of Hindus and Muslims.

Today is the day to reach India for Christ. 

Learn of GGM's history & ministries.  

 Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord. Romans 12:11

Church planting is the heartbeat of GGMand begins by identifying rural areas with no Christian witness. Indian Theological Seminary (ITS) students are sent to develop relationships, serve as tutors and begin a Sunday school. With patience, Lord willing, a group will begin meeting under a tree. As people believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and as funds are available, a church is built. In time, a missionary is appointed to teach and encourage the congregation. 

... how shall they hear without a preacher?Romans 10:14 b & c

Gilgal Gospel Mission

A Project of Faith & Learning International​

209 E. Liberty, Wheaton IL 60187, 630-221-0648

Gilgal Gospel Mission is a 501(c)(3) organization. Gifts are deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations.

​Tax ID # 20-0743864

GGM's 22 built churches & 3 church planting centers preach Christ to approx. 2000 souls weekly.

Church planting is made possible by partners called to reach the lost. 

Join with GGM to preach Christ in the uttermost.  $200 supports a village church for one month!

Native missionaries are equipped to effectively evangelize India's lost as they understand the culture, speak the language, and gain quick access within society. Missionary families live a life of great sacrifice to serve Christ in these poor villages, earning about $30/week, barely enough for food.

Indian Missionary Church

​A minister of Jesus Christ to the unreached