Sons & Daughters exists to equip and empower indigenous missionaries to go out into the 10/40 window and spread the good news of the gospel. We have cross-cultural workers reaching out to people in some of the most unreached places of the world.
Many countries are closing their doors to outsiders, making traditional missions virtually impossible.
The global church has begun thinking seriously about indigenous missions. This simply means empowering, equipping, and encouraging local Christians to do missions in their own communities.
Sons & Daughters is a sending agency focused on doing just that. We are strategically based in one of the least reached areas of the world, where our workers are giving themselves away to serve the poor and marginalized.
Sons & Daughters was formed when children of K-Children’s Homes started reaching adulthood and felt called to full time ministry in South Asia. As Sons & Daughters has grown, others from our extended community have also joined on as indigenous missionaries. It is now a network of 20 workers serving in different regions throughout India and Nepal.
"Kiran is the oldest son adopted into the K-Children's Home Family and felt called to church plant from a young age. He and his wife, Vilma, now serve together as church planters. They were part of a church plant in North India and have recently moved to South India with a vision to start a church multiplication movement among the unreached. It is their heart to see pastors trained and equipped to start small house churches to advance the Kingdom of God."
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