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General Mission Department hi kum 1972, February ni 25 ah din a ni a, kum 1983 March ni 25-ah General Mission Department Conference hmasa ber chu Churachandpur Hqrs. Biak Inah neih a ni.

Hruaitu hmasa te :

  • General Mission Department Director : Rev. J. Damhuala.
  • General Mission Department Secretary : Rev. K.L.Hnuna.

2018 – 2020’s Office bearers

  • General Mission Department Director : Rev. R. Lalhawia
  • General Mission Department Secretary : Rev. Vanlaltluong Sinate
  • General Mission Department Treasurer : Evan. P.C. Lalrokima

Mission Department rawngbawlna

Mission Department hian India hmarchhak a State hrang hrang bakah India ram State dang dangahte, India ram pawn lamahte pawh a theih ang angin rawng a bawl a, ram pawh an zauh viau a ni. Mission Department rawngbawl tawhna ram leh a rawngbawl mek na te :

  • Tripura :- Kum 1968-ah UPC kohhran din a ni. A din tantute chu L.Vankhuma, L.Biaka leh Biakliani te an ni.
  • Nagaland :- Kum 1976-ah Rev. Lerthansung tirh luh a ni a, a hmasaber atan kum 1981 October-ah S.R.Tourngam-a rawngbawlna atangin baptisma mi pariat in an chang.
  • Arunachal Pradesh :- Sis. Kenter Doji (Zoramthari) chuan kum 1983 atangin ama thahnem-ngaihna in rawng a bawl tan a, kum 1986 atangin Mission Department-in a rawih chhunzawm a ni. Hmun hrang hrangah ram lak mek a ni.
  • Assam :- General Mission Department in hma a lak tak tak hmain Nagaland District-a Pastor Pansa Leyri chuan rawngbawlna alo tan tawh a, Boro hnam zingah kohhran a din a, chu rawngbawlna chu Mission Department in chhunzawmin ram a zauh zel a ni.
  • Sikkim :- Kum 1983 atangin rawngbawlna tan a ni a, Rev. K.Satinvela leh Rev. Lerthansung ten rawngbawlna an tan a. Gangtok-ah kohhran din a ni.
  • Bengal :- Kum 1979 velah rawngbawlna tan a ni a, Pastor Christopher-a leh a hote chuan UPC an rawn zawm a, chu chu kohhran bul tanna a nita a. Darjeeling lamah pawh kohhran din a ni.
  • Meghalaya :- India Unit atanga N.E.India Unit a din hran atanga General Hqrs. awmna a ni a, a hranpa a Mission Department rawngbawlna a tam lo viau a, 1984-ah Garo Hills khawpui, Tura-ah kohhran din a ni. Tunah hian Central District an ni.
  • Manipur :- Kum 1995 vel khan Churachandpur leh a chheh velahte kohhran din a ni a, a hnu deuhah Chandel District lama Anal hnamho zingah din a ni bawk. Tunah hian Imphal District an lo ni ta.
  • Kolkata :- Kum 1983 atangin rawngbawlna neih tan a ni a, India Unit lam area a nih avangin rawngbawlna chawlhsan a ni a, amaherawhchu, tun hnuah N.E.India kohhranin thawktu a dah leh a ni.
  • Bangladesh :- Kum 1979-ah rawngbawlna neih tan a niin, mi engemaw zatin baptisma an chang a, tunah erawh sap ram lam mawhphurhnaah dah a ni ta a ni.
  • Andaman & Nicobar Island :- Kum 1979-ah rawngbawlna neih tan a ni a, kohhran din a ni nghe nghe. India Unit Area a nih avangin an kutah dah a ni a, amaherawhchu, an ni lamin an enkawl hleihtheih loh avangin kum 2007 atang khan rawngbawlna tan that leh a ni.
  • Bhutan :- Kum 2003 September ni 13-ah Field hawn a ni a, Buddhist sakhaw biakna ram a ni a, a ram chhungah rawngbawltute an lut thei mail ova. Kum 2007 atang khan Evan. H.Lalnunmawia chuan Bhutan ram chhungah ngei rawngbawlna a tan ta a, kohhran erawh din a la ni rih lo.
  • Nepal :- Kum 1984 atangin Evan. Lalzuithanga’n ama thahnemngaihna in rawngbawlna a tan a, Nepal khawpui Pokra-ah kohhran a din a, General Mission Department pawhin theih ang angin kohhran enkawlnaah a pui thin. Tunah chuan Foreign Missionary kutah a awm a ni.

Tuna Mission Field neih lai leh an hawn tan hun te :

  • Chakma Field: Ni 6/10/ 1996 ah hawn tan a ni.
  • Assam Field: Ni 15/6/1997 ah hawn tan a ni.
  • Dimapur Field: Kum 1985 ah hawn tan a ni.
  • North Bengal & Sikkim Field.
  • Bhutan Field: Ni 13/9/2003 khan hawn tan a ni.
  • Arunachal Field : Ni 9/12/1989 khan hawn tan a ni.
  • Andaman & Nicobar Island Field : Kum 2013 General Conference ina rel angin Official-in Field a hawn tur a ni a, kum 2013 chhung ngeiin hawn tura ruahman a ni.
  • Orissa Field : Odhisa Mission Field pawh hi Kum 2012 atangin General Mission kutah Executive Board rorel angin dah a ni a, Kum 2013 General Conference ina rel angin Official-in Field a hawn tur a ni a, kum 2013 chhung ngeiin hawn tura ruahman a ni.

English

The General Mission Department was formed in February 25, 1972. The first General Mission Department’s conference was held in March 25, 1983 at Churachandpur Headquarter’s Church.

The foremost leaders :

  • General Mission Department Director : Rev. J. Damhuala.
  • General Mission Department Secretary : Rev. K.L.Hnuna.

2018 – 2020’s Office bearers

  • General Mission Department Director : Rev. R. Lalhawia
  • General Mission Department Secretary : Rev. Vanlaltluong Sinate
  • General Mission Department Treasurer : Evan. P.C. Lalrokima

Ministerial Services

The Mission department process the gospel ministry in the North East India, expanding its realm to other states and even towards the foreign countries which was carried successfully. This can be shown as below :-

  • Tripura :- The United Pentecostal Church formed the Christian Community through the hard work of the Mission Department. Bro. L. Vankhuma, Bro. L. Biaka and Sis. Biakliani were the main founder of this community.
  • Nagaland :- In 1968, Rev. Lerthansung was dispatch to Nagaland for the first time. On October, 1981, eight (8) people were baptized under the ministerial service of Bro. S. R. Tourgam.
  • Arunachal Pradesh :- Sis. Kenter Doji (Sis. Zoramthari), with her earnest zeal started her ministry. She was now employed by the General Mission Department since 1986. With the continuous effort of Sis. Zoramthangi, territory were expended in different places.
  • Assam :- Before the General Mission Department merely pioneered into Assam, Rev. Pansa Leyri, the then Nagaland District Pastor, advanced a ministerial services, formed a new Christian Community among the Boros. This ministry was henceforth taken up by the General Mission Department and expands its territorial domain.
  • Sikkim :- Ministry was started in 1983 by Rev. K. Satinvela and Rev. Lerthansung. A new Christian Community was formed in Gangtok soon after.
  • Bengal :- In 1979, ministry was started. Pastor Christopher and his fellowmen joined the United Pentecostal Church Community which signs the beginning of the gospel ministry. Territorial expansion was made to Darjeeling successfully with the formation of the Christian Community (UPC).
  • Meghalaya :- After the North East India Unit was separated from The Indian Unit, Meghalaya became the General Headquarters. Much services was not displayed for a while but in 1984, Christian Community was formed at the city of Garo Hills, Tura. This area now becomes a Central District.
  • Manipur :- In around 1995, Christian Community (UPC) was formed at Churachandpur and its neighboring places. Later. Another community was formed at Chandel District, among the Anal tribes which is now claimed to be Imphal District.
  • Kolkata :- Ministry was started in Kolkata from 1983. As the area is under the supervision of India Unit, Ministerial Services were ended. Nevertheless the employeewere shifted soon after.
  • Bangladesh :- Ministry was started in 1979, many were baptized. The territory was later bestowed upon the foreign ministry in 2007.
  • Andaman and Nicobar Island :- Ministry was started in 1979, Christian Community was formed evenly. The area was concealed and bestowed upon the Indian Unit. Nevertheless, responsive care could not be taken as which the General Mission Department overtake the responsibility and start a ministry afresh from 2007.
  • Bhutan :- On September 13, 2003, Mission Field was opened. Buddhism is the main religion followed. This causes problems in the pioneering to the country instantly. In 2007, through hardship and zealous effort, Evan. H. Lalnunmawia entered the main country, starting the gospel ministry at once, although forming a Christian Community (UPC) is yet impossible.
  • Nepal :- Ministry was started by Evan. Lalzuithanga with his own zeal, formed the Christian Community (UPC) at the Pokra, the capital city of Nepal. The General Mission Department gave assistance any possible way in this regard. The Area is now bestowed upon the Foreign Missionary.

Present Mission Fields and the date of establishment :

  • Pang Bawm Chakma (PBC) Field : October 6, 1996.
  • Assam Field : May 15, 1997.
  • Dimapur Field : 1985.
  • North Bengal and Sikkim Field.
  • Bhutan field : September 13, 2003.
  • Arunachal Field : December 9, 1989.