“God invoked a thirst in me, through His word. On that day, I dedicated my life to ministry. I decided to go wherever leads me to do His work,” Rohan shares.
Some years later, Rohan started a church. It began with a children’s ministry and personal evangelism until, in 2008, there were enough believers in the area to form a congregation.
“It was the first church to be established among the non-believers,” says Rohan. “It slowly started to grow. Initially, there was no problem, but we faced opposition in 2012. People wanted it to stop.”
“We knew there would be opposition—an anti-Christian group was only three kilometers away. Hindu extremists used to stop meetings, and say that Christ is a foreign God who doesn’t belong in India.”