Nepal



 

“Dear Ps Gopaljee, Thank you very much for sending Derek Prince books to me through a sister who lives near my home after she visited your church. In the place I am living, we do not get such books. I love the writings of 
Derek Prince. Smaller books like  Fatherhood; Praying for the Government and others can be read in one seating. What I like most is the simple and understandable language, making it easy for me to share the messages with other people. I have heard many pastors saying that they share the messages from Derek Prince books at their church services. People are greatly blessed by the teaching from Derek’s books. In fact, for many pastors and leaders, Derek’s books have become the lifeline of the church. Thank you again.”

- Dev Kumari from Nawal Parasi

It’s testimonies like this that reinforce how vital it is for us at Derek Prince Ministries to equip pastors and leaders with Derek’s Bible teaching material. Many people in Nepal live in mountainous, difficult-to-reach parts of the nation and have no way of accessing Bible teaching material, whilst others simply cannot afford to buy it. And so for the last 23 years, Derek’s books have been the lifeline to pastors and Christian leaders in Nepal, enabling them to share life-giving Bible teaching with their congregations.
The other major challenge believers in Nepal face is persecution. This has significantly increased since the Government (the Nepal Communist Party) passed anti-conversion legislation in August 2017. That’s why titles like Praying for the Government and Shaping History Through Prayer and Fasting are so important because, when put into practice, the Biblical truths in these books really can shape and turn a nation around.

OUR 2020 PLAN

Our DPM-Nepal book stocks are very low again and due to considerable demand we urgently need to reprint much needed Nepali-language books and continue to equip pastors like Dev Kumari. Twenty four titles need reprinting, such as Bought with Blood; Called to Conquer; Life Changing Spiritual Power and Spiritual Warfare for the End Times. Printing these 24 titles (70,000 books) will cost approximately NZ$55,000. Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us once again, please, and help us to continue to be the spiritual lifeline for pastors, Christian leaders and believers all across Nepal? Any donation you are able to give would be most gratefully received.
You may use the enclosed response form or donate securely online at www.derekprince.co.nz/give (select “Nepal Outreach”).

Thank you so much for whatever gift you can make today.

God's blessings and many thanks for partnering with us.

Warren Smith
Regional Director DPM-Asia/Pacific

 



Nepal Outreach

In 1997, DPM Director Ps. Gopaljee began translating, printing and distributing Derek’s books in Nepali. Since then, thousands of Pastors and leaders all across Nepal have received free copies of 68 of Derek’s books and regularly use his teaching in their church services. In total, over 500,000 of Derek’s books in Nepali have been either given away or sold at nominal prices to many Nepali believers who now live and work in Nepal, India, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Korea.
The name Derek Prince is now known by every Christian in Nepal and his life-changing books have become spiritual manuals for many believers. Along with our office in Kathmandu, we have two distribution centres in Nepal, namely Itahari (South East Nepal) and Pokhara (West Nepal) and Derek’s books are freely distributed and sold from these centres. There are 60 Bible Colleges in the Kathmandu Valley and each year graduates receive a gift pack of Derek’s books for their future ministry. Gopaljee also conducts short-term Bible training schools ranging from one to five months, along with conferences and seminars for Pastors and Christian leaders where Derek’s books are freely given to attendees to further equip them with God’s Word.

 

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Impact Reports

Please read the following articles concerning our outreach and ministry reports in Nepal.
 

 Report From DPM-Nepal

Aug 2019