Mexico and India
Our primary and most frequently visited nation is Mexico. We have used our aircraft to fly medicine there every year since 1996. Since that time we have helped thousands of indigenous people see the goodness of God through meeting physical needs via the avenue of medicine. This has also opened a door for us to hold evangelistic meetings, show the Jesus and The Passion films and plant churches. Today we support churches with various conferences designed to strengthen the Body of Christ.
Our next most frequently visited nation is the great nation of INDIA. With over 330,000,000 gods, this nation is full of religion. Predominantly Hindu, there are also has Muslims. Less than 1% are Christians.
Between 2000 and 2005 we have planted 12 new churches in the area of Vicardabad, about 3 hours east of Hyderabad. However, of the few Christians in India, most live in the south. Because of this we have chosen to move our efforts to the second most northern state of Himachal Pradesh to minister primarily with NICO, North Indian Community Outreach.
Dinesh and Rachael Chand founded NICO in 2000. A native Indian, and raised Hindu, Dinesh had a vision to plant churches in his home state, which recently passed an anti-conversion law, which prohibits anyone from attempting to convert a Hindu to another religion.
Our efforts have been focused in ministering to the pastors and leaders, many of whom have been in prison or beaten for their faith. Please put us and this ministry on your prayer list.
Elementary School Project
Wings of Eagles supports a missionary in India who is building an elementary school. The school will educate up to 200 children daily. We raised the money to purchase the land toward the end of 2011 and have now started construction.
There are still great needs for this project. We will have to furnish it with desks, books and everything else needed to run a school. Will you help? Education is one thing most of us take for granted. These children may never get a chance to go to school, until now. Education is one gift that keeps on giving.
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