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Recent Updates

  • Nov 20 In the beginning of November we had our annual pastors and leadership conference in Kathmandu. It is always so good to meet together and get refreshed.
  • Sep 20 We are hoping to get the neighboring property for $5000, where the boy’s home and kitchen can be built. We are very excited to see Asish Children’s Home be established and for these children to have a good and safe place to grow up.
  • Aug 20 In our last newsletter, we talked about children’s home steps. Thank you so much to those of you who have given towards this project. The foundation is now completed and paid for and we believe for the finances to complete the steps.
  • Jun 27 We are planning to start the construction of new emergency steps for the multi functional building at the children's home in a few weeks. Please pray that the funds will come so we can complete on time. This is a major need for the children!
  • Apr 17 After I came from Nawalparashi I have spent most of my time building our downtown church, Mephy, in Kathmandu and the children home church in Phutung. In Mephy we have new people visiting every week and people are getting saved.
  • Feb 6 As wonderful things are happening, there is also a great need for prayer. This year brings its own challenges as the government is tightening its grip on Christians.
  • Mar 28 Jonathan, our former Bible College student and present pastor in his local church, came and spoke with me in February. He told me how blessed he had been in his spiritual journey through the teaching at the Bible College.
  • Feb 6 USA is our support base. We realize that the foundation has to be strong if we want the house to stay strong and endure. That means we are building a strong support base, building a team around us who can help and stand with us in different seasons.
  • Dec 15 As we come into this holiday season, words are not enough to express our gratitude to you. You have given the gift of encouragement and hope when it was greatly needed. Your prayers and support have made a difference in many lives in Asia.
  • Nov 18 On 6 November, we had a celebration with 18 students from Bible School who graduated. It always touches my heart when I see students from different languages, tribes and regions come to us, go through the training, and are graduated.
  • Oct 20 I believe equipping local ministers through discipleship and training is the most effective way to reach the unreached people. Nepal has 124 languages and different tribes. 80% are Hindus and 15% Buddhist. We need local native speaking leaders.
  • Sep 8 Without all of you, Compassion for Asia would not exist. So this year I have made my base in Pensacola and have been traveling back and forth to Nepal. God is also sharpening my vision, giving me new strength and showing us new ways of ministry.

Bio

Sudip was born into an Orthodox Hindu family in 1975. He became a Christian in 1986. He dedicated his life to full-time service of the Lord in 1989. In 2001, he traveled to Pensacola, Florida to attend the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. BRSM transformed his life. He and Anne Lise (from Norway) met at BRSM and were married in 2005. Currently, they provide oversight for more than 30 churches. They also run an orphanage home for street children and other orphans. Sudip and Anne Lise train and equip leaders and are involved in social projects to provide safe drinking water and education to the people of Nepal.