Making disciples

Making disciples refers to the practice of spreading the teachings of Jesus Christ and mentoring others to follow him. It also involves sharing the gospel, building relationships, teaching and mentoring, baptizing, equipping for ministry, and multiplying disciples. It is a lifelong journey of learning, growth, and spreading the message of Jesus Christ through out the world.

Church Management & Collaboration Tutelage Program

“ Church Management & Collaboration Tutelage Program “ Preaching is a vital foundation for the maturity and the mission of the church. As John Stott said, “We believe that God wants his church to grow up. We believe that the church grows up through God’s Word, and we believe that God’s Word comes to God’s people primarily through preaching.”
The Training program was designed for 12 days at Parvathipuram for both Husband and Wife who are willing to serve the Lord and successfully lead their Congregation.
The trainees are expected to have a comprehensive understanding of the Bible and Christian doctrine. The pastoral training program helped them to establish and articulate a complete set of doctrinal convictions and a robust understanding of Scripture, ecclesiology, and biblical theology. The trainees also study the values and ministry philosophy of the churches. Within the character category, trainees grow in spiritual disciplines and character by such means as mentoring for spiritual formation, engagement in the church body, spiritual discipline practice and observation. After initial training, our preachers have been grown in the following areas:


Scripture reminds us to “rightly [divide] the word of truth” (2 Timothy 2:15). We must be careful to accurately present the gospel. For that reason, we must be able to identify its key elements.A technical definition of the word gospel is Good News.. Seeing our complete weakness, and our inability to do anything to alleviate our wretched condition, God did the ultimate for us. “For when we were still without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. For scarcely for a righteous man will one die; yet perhaps for a good man someone would even dare to die. But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:6–8).


The Bible is a treasure trove of divine wisdom, offering insights into the nature of God, the purpose of life, and the principles of righteous living. Engaging with the Bible is not merely a religious exercise; it is a journey towards personal and spiritual growth. Reading the Bible can be a catalyst for nurturing and deepening your faith. Growing in your faith is not a solitary endeavour. Engaging with a community of believers can enhance your understanding of the scriptures and provide diverse perspectives on their interpretation. Participate in Bible study groups, attend church services, or join online forums to share your insights and learn from others. The communal aspect of faith fosters a sense of accountability and encouragement, enriching your spiritual journey.

Christian education

Christian education and training seeks to develop in growing an understanding and appreciation of the personality, life, and teachings of Jesus to lead them to better personal experience. It also seeks to develop a progressive and continuous development of Christian character.