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    India at 75: A time of gratefulness and new resolve

    The Evangelical Fellowship of India greets the nation and the readers of Aim at home and abroad on India’s 76th Independence Day. To paraphrase the historic words of India’s first prime minister, the legendary Jawaharlal Nehru, we as people and nation, have achieved much in our tryst with destiny in the post-colonial world.  But not in

    National Day of Prayer

    An appeal to all Christians to observe the National Day of Prayer 2022 in your homes, fellowships, Churches and Organizations on the 14th August 2022. Let us intercede for our nation and pray for peace, prosperity and stability. This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his

    EFI mourns the passing of Mr. Satish Meshramkar

    We mourn the passing of Mr. Satish Meshramkar, General Director of Prakash Institutes of India and a member of the Executive Committee of Evangelical Fellowship of India. He was lovingly called Joy and was Dada (elder brother) to many across India. He succumbed to a massive heart attack on the morning of 14th March 2022.

    Joint Webinar on International Women’s Day

    NCCI Women Concern and EFI Women Commission are organizing a Webinar in Hindi on the occasion of the International Women’s Day on 8th March 2022 from 3 pm to 5 pm. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88965476702?pwd=dG9VVzJhMWR1SHg2L0FUUk1WcDVrQT09 Meeting ID: 889 6547 6702Passcode: 211419 Do Join and Share.

    A Joint Call for Prayer

    Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI), National Council of Churches of India, Evangelical Fellowship of India Moved by the pain and suffering of the people of Ukraine caused by war, we join world leaders and the leadership of our respective global and regional communions in calling for an unconditional ceasefire. We uphold the citizens and

    Religious Liberty Commission Yearly Report 2021

    Soon after midnight on 25 December in the old military town of Ambala Cantonment in Haryana, two miscreants entered the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, a landmark first built in 1848 and rebuilt in 1905. They shattered a statue of Jesus Christ at the entrance gate, throwing the head on the lawns, and damaged the lights