New Delhi: At a time when India's Parliament proceedings are disrupted over the contentious issue of religious conversions, a North American organisation is planning an event in Chandigarh called ‘India Journey of Compassion' to mark the claim of its partners in north India that they have baptized over 80,000 new believers this year.
The organisation has invited people from all over the world to participate in one of the largest house church movements.
The event, organised by Impact Nations, is proposed to be held at Chandigarh from March 15 to 27 next year.
Impact Nations is a Christian organization that claims brining hope and restoration to the poor and vulnerable in the developing world through both supernatural and practical expressions of the God.
The organisation has fixed USD 1,850 as early registration fees, for which the last date is January 8. Regular registration will cost USD 1,995, as per the information available on its website.
The organisation has its offices at 860 E 53rd Ave, Vancouver (Canada) and 4830 Pan American FWY NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico (USA).
“India, soon to be the most populous nation on earth, is a country like no other. It is estimated that there are now over 150 million believers–but more than a billion have yet to turn to Christ. India is in revival. Our partners in north India have baptized over 80,000 new believers this year. They have seen over 200 people raised from the dead. What is happening is historic; Impact Nations has been invited to take part–and we are extending this invitation to you,” the description given on the website reads.