More and more people in Nepal are turning to Christianity ever since the predominantly Hindu nation in South Asia went secular in 2008.Nepal has over one million Christian converts at present, with the number still rising, the Nikkei Asian Review reported, adding that the country also hosts more than 8,000 Christian churches.In particular, Christianity has found a growing appeal among Nepal's hill tribe minority groups, such as the Kirats and the Dalits, or those belonging to the lowest "untouchables" caste.from: http://tinyurl.com/gwe9wjd
The amazing thing is that it was not that many years ago that Nepal was completelyclosed to missionaries coming into theircountry and sharing the gospel. Lance Lambert shared that the breakthrough came through intercessory prayer for Nepal.
It is amazing that in Nepal still:Christianity (Evangelical 0.0 %) 0.9 %Though it has been one of the fastest growing churches around the world. May God continue to add to His Church daily those who will be saved.https://joshuaproject.net/countries/NP
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"Though it has been one of the fastest growing churches around the world. May God continue to add to His Church daily those who will be saved."Here is another interesting article on Nepal that gives good information concerning the history of the region, and the spread of Christianity in that nation.http://www.biblelivingministries.org/nepal_missions