India – Asia

Welcome to the India base of Teen Missions!

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Upcoming Missions Trips to India… No trips scheduled at this time… check back soon!

History & Ministries of India Base

Teen Missions in India first began in the late 1980’s.  Today they run annual Boot Camps for Indian youth at several locations, including the isolated area of Nagaland.  They also run a Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Center in Vijayawada.   The staff and students are heavily involved with evangelism and outreach in their community.  

 

The Land & People of India

Home to the Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world, India is an exotic, exciting country.  The geographical diversity is evident, from the towering Himalayan mountain range in the north to the dry desert in the west and monsoon-soaked lands in the east. 

With almost 17 million people added each year, India is the second most populous country in the world, and is the fastest growing.  Of the one billion people, the majority live in the Ganges plain, where New Delhi, the capital city, is located.  The languages and religions of India are as colorful and diverse as the landscape.  There are 16 official languages in India, including Hindi and English.  Hinduism is by far the most popular religion, holding 80% of the population, but India also has one of the largest Muslim populations.  Christianity also has had a large influence in India for centuries.   William Carey, often commemorated as the father of modern missions, was one of the first missionaries to India.

Latest News


  • Report from India Base April 25, 2019 Report from India Base We would like to greet you on the occasion of Christ resurrection from the Graveyard. We wish you all a very happy Easter. May you All experience the power and presence of His resurrection.This week God extended His Grace upon me to travel towards our Base. He gave me strength and time to mingle in the works at our Base. I am able to go to Base all five days of the week. Each day I had cut the grass ...
  • Report From Manipur, India Boot Camp January 27, 2016 Report From Manipur, India Boot CampThe Teams Are on Their Way There are 72 team members and leaders this year at Boot Camp. They are split into three teams.  Boot Camp is over and the teams have been commissioned. The three teams are on their way to the different locations for their project time. The “Chandel” team will make benches and desks for a children’s home. The “Pallel Evangelsim” team is traveling around Thoubal District sharing the good news of salvation! The “Ralruwng Work” team will be helping ...
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15 Comments

  1. Dear sir,
    Greetings in Jesus name. Now we are involved church planting and in Leadership Development. Now We would like to work with TEEN. Please send a form, so that I can apply.
    With regards
    Prabhakar

  2. Hi Beth,
    I called your california office yesterday and was given a number to contact your India base. I have two kids aged 15 and 13 and keen for them to join the India mission trip (since we are already based in India!) but I have no idea how to connect up. I tried to explain to the gentleman who spoke to me last night that it didnt make sense for the children to travel to the US and then come back to India ..but he didnt seem to get the point. is there a way for my children to join the India mission trip? How do I get further information.

    1. Audrey, We do not have an office in California. Two of the most vital aspects of our ministry are Boot Camp and Debrief. Boot Camp is where the team bonds, learns the policies, attends classes, etc. We have several MKs and other nationals from overseas who attend our program here in the US, travel overseas on a trip, return to FL for Debrief and then return home. We had kids from N. Ireland, Vietnam, etc. last year. This year, we have three coming from Peru and a couple from Europe. We do run the same program in India and they would be more than welcome to attend the India Boot Camp. Please email our office for more information. ([email protected]).

      1. thanks Beth. I was given the number of the pastor running the India program but there is no response from that number though I tried several times (8676259820) and was also provided a email contact for philippines [email protected]. No response from them either. I have also written to the email you provided (info.teenmissions.org) and again no reponse. What do you advise?

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