Katie & Taku Longkumer
Katie & Taku Longkumer

India - Northeast Christian University Construction
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KATIE & TAKU serve as country co-coordinators for India, providing mission organization for International Ministries personnel and partners in the country. They also serve as advisors and consultants to the Baptist Churches Council in Eastern India and to the Council of Baptist Churches in North East India (CBCNEI). Taku works with CBCNEI and its six member conventions to strengthen mission training, supervision, caring and support, while Katie’s focus is promoting worship and providing counseling training. Katie and Taku also serve with the India Mission Coordination Committee, which strengthens network and mission cooperation of Baptist churches in India.
Projects, Journals & News
India - Northeast Christian University Construction | India – Northeast Christian University Construction

This project will build a Christian university to accommodate 3,000 students.

India - Kids for Mission | India – Kids for Mission

This project provides goats to needy indigenous families in remote regions of Northeast India.

India - House Churches | India – House Churches

The purpose of this project is to enable Neighborhood Ministries to establish house churches on the borders with Bangladesh and Bhutan, provide Bibles to new believers and train volunteer leaders.

| Our Upcoming Programs

Here’s a glimpse of our upcoming programs.  If you are near any of these please come and let us personally thank you!  If you’d like to set up a gathering please contact us.

| House Church Movement

In 1998 a government school teacher, ‘Paul’ (name changed for security) from a closed community, heard the Gospel and committed his life to the Lordship of Jesus through the radio ministry of the CBCNEI. 

International Ministries logo | 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Nepal on Saturday, April 25

“An earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 7.9 shook Nepal on Saturday near its capital, Katmandu, [sic] according to the New York Times. People in the capital described scenes of panic and collapsed buildings, and the United States Geological Survey predicted severe damage to villages near the quake’s epicenter, about 50 miles from Katmandu [sic].”