The vision of Lead Nations is to raise up godly leaders in every nation (people group). These leaders can be Pastors, Evangelists, Elders, Teachers, Business people, government employees and college students but members of a local church. We conduct seminars or conferences focusing on teaching and equipping members of the church to be effective godly leaders in their respective area of influence.
Some of the topics we cover are Character Development, Leadership, Discipleship, Vision Casting and few more. Most of the training programs are done for Churches or Christian Organizations based on the invitation received from them. We are involved in such trainings for our Mission Partners in Nepal (Emmaus Church), and Kenya (Zion Harvest Mission).
In the year 2014, we had conducted a residential Short Term Leadership Training in Mumbai for a group of 16 young Christian leaders who had come from different parts of India. Due to certain challenges we could not do it every year. We are hoping to launch a similar training program in the near future.
Lead Nations was primarily involved in mentoring young Christian leaders and training pastors to be effective leaders. Our main underlying theme in all these trainings or mentoring was discipleship. As we continued in this God gave us opportunities to get involved in church planting.
We have a congregation in Thane city, near Mumbai, India called as Thane Creek Community. We also have few more churches in other parts of India. Only the church in Thane is in an urban community with English as its main language. All the other churches are in Indian local languages. They are based in very remote areas. We try to plant churches in areas where there are no churches. We wish to plant many more churches in India, the neighbouring countries and in other developing nations.
Ukhrul Baptist Theological College
Ukhrul Baptist Theological College (UBTC), was established in 2010 at Ukhrul in Manipur. Manipur is a North-eastern state of India. Ukhrul is situated at 6800 feet above sea level and in a mountainous region. The maximum temperature is 28°C and minimum is 2°C. These hilly regions of India are mostly neglected by the rest of India. Therefore there is lack of proper infrastructural and economic development........more