Over half the people have never even heard the name of Jesus in the state. The people in these villages though become truly passionate when they get saved after hearing the gospel for the first time. (Romans 10:14-15)
Immanuel India Mission’s orphanage 'Mercy Home' is established in 2005.
Distributing free plants in the village in North India
Immanuel India Mission (IIM) is registered with the Government of India as a charitable Institution and established with a divine vision to preach the Word of God and to liberate the poor, to heal the broken-hearted, to care for orphans and widows. To inspire and rebuild the young men and fathers of India in the Lord , and to empower its youth & women that all may spread awareness, reaching out amid the hardest and darkest sections of our society with the love and care of Jesus.
The primary vision of Immanuel India Mission is to effectively establish community of believers among the unreached people groups in North India and that is done through training, equipping, and sending the local native men and women to the unreached regions . They go to these strategic areas to evangelize and start the community of believers. When these fellowships are self-sustaining and are themselves reaching out to the community, then the leader moves on to repeat the process elsewhere.
Immanuel India Mission is founded by Rev Prince Thomas. God called him for the North Indian ministry in 1995. Prince was born into a godly Christian home in Kerala, southern India. He completed his bachelor of Arts (B.A), Bachelor of Theology (B.Th), Master of Divinity (M.Div) degrees from various universities in India. Initially he was a pioneer church planter in the state of Himachal Pradesh later moved to the least evangelized state in North India- Haryana with a wider vision to equip and empower the body of Christ to fulfil the great commission.
India is a country deeply rooted in religion and tradition. People are politically, socially and economically hindered from hearing the gospel of Christ. We face many challenges in our work – particularly in the spiritual realm. But we are committed to press on to fulfil the great commission of our Lord Jesus Christ in North India and beyond.
We focus on places where the gospel has never been shared before.