The main theme of this site is the Christian faith and my reflections on it. I am a pastor and church planter based in New Delhi and its my passion to talk about the greatness of God seen through the life of Jesus Christ. The message of Jesus Christ for humanity, often called the Gospel or the Good News, is worth knowing about since it has changed millions of lives across the world, including mine. So, over the course of my writings here on this page I will publish articles (both short and long) about this great ‘Good News’. You too can walk with me on this journey, ponder about the things that I write and its implications, if any, for your own lives.
I am a pastor and church planter, married to Blessy, my loving and supportive partner in the Lord. We have three children, Asher, Karen and Suzanne. Blessy and I decided to step out to serve Jesus full time in 2011 and since then we have been on a journey with the Lord. We began our lives in Ahmedabad and from there we have moved to Hyderabad, Bangalore and now based in New Delhi. Over the course of our journey God has laid on us a burden to share the Good News and disciple those who love Jesus. This ministry, we felt, is best carried out in the context of a local church. After our Bible College days in Bangalore, we moved to New Delhi to give pastoral care to an already existing church congregation. But the Lord has laid on us a more specific desire to plant new churches by raising leaders. So, now we are in the process of planting a new church in another part of Delhi.
Book Review: ‘The Prodigal God’ by Timothy Keller
This book from Timothy Keller attempts to lay out the essentials of the Gospel to both unbelieving outsiders and believing insiders!
For those who believe in Jesus death is not a reason to be hopeless! Rather we are to be encouraged because of the hope that we have in the Word of Jesus!
Tested by God, Tempted by Evil!
If God tests our faith but it results in our temptation, then isn’t God responsible for it? James answers this crucial question for us in Jas. 1:13-15.